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September 2018 Athlete of the Month

ATHLETE OF THE MONTH Name: Dávid Szabó Age: 28 Occupation: Overhead lineman at BGE Length Of Time CrossFitting: A little over a year Favorite Lift and Why: I would have to say deadlifts. Love deadlifts because its a simple and less technical… Read more »

August 2018 Athlete of the Month

Name:     Megan Thrasher Age:  27 Occupation:   Personal Trainer Length Of Time CrossFitting: 1 1/5 years Favorite Lift and Why: My favorite lift would be the snatch because I love the complexity of the lift  and how it challenges me… Read more »

July 2018 Athlete Of The Month

Name: Sarah Woodman (But you can call me Cora) Age:  26 Occupation: NIH Transgenic Breeding Assistant    Length Of Time CrossFitting: 6 ½ years Favorite Lift and Why: Snatch! Like you even had to ask.. It’s such a complex, difficult movement… Read more »

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June 2018 Athlete of the Month

Name: Ryan Arnett Age: 42 Occupation:  Verizon Cable Splicer Length Of Time CrossFitting: 6 months Favorite Lift and Why: Hands down my favorite lift is the Front Squat. I feel extremely comfortable with this lift. I feel as if I’m using my whole body… Read more »

May 2018 Athlete Of The Month

Name: Megan Connell    Age:  34 Occupation:   Project Coordinator Length Of Time CrossFitting: 7 months Favorite Lift and Why? All of the Olympic lifts, especially cleans. These lifts make me feel badass. I like the challenge of moving heavy weight while… Read more »

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“Stop the Hangovers!” by Alejandra Morisi

As most people do, I took a bar prep course to get ready for the bar exam. The exam is two days long and, on the second day, you take a 100 multiple choice question test in 3 hours. When… Read more »

“How Nutrition Can Change Your Life, Not Just Your Weight” by Cathy Cruz, M.S. Nutrition & Integrative Health

When we talk about nutrition, we often think about it in terms of what goes in versus what we burn through exercise and activity. While caloric intake IS important, it’s even more important to understand how the quality of our… Read more »