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Today's Schedule

Friday September 4,2015

5:30 AM | 6:30 AM | 12:00 PM | 5:30 PM | 6:30 PM
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UPCOMING EVENTS

**Labor Day Weekend Schedule**

Sat. 9/05 - Normal Schedule
Sunday 9/06 - Endurance Cancelled
Monday 9/07 - 9:00 AM Only

Free Intro Class - Every 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month. Upcoming classes: 9/19 & 10/03 at 11:00 AM

Next Prep Course - Starts on Monday, Sept 28th. **Space is limited, sign up today to reserve a spot

Olympic Weightlifting Seminar - Saturday 9/12 from 9:00 - 11:00 AM. **Only 20 spots available - free for members!

4th Anniversary Party - Saturday 9/26 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

300 Challenge Use this link to sign up for the 300 Challenge separately. The first heat will start just after 10:00 AM.

Party RSVP Use this link if you're attending but don't plan on doing the 300 challenge!

CrossFit sprang from the belief that the best way to prepare for anything and everything is to not specialize and to increase your functional fitness comprehensively. CrossFit accomplishes this by gleaning the essential movements, skills and strengths required in sport and a wide variety of physical tasks and creating demanding WODs (Workouts Of the Day) that call on them all. The developer of CrossFit, Greg Glassman, provided the following definition: CVFM (constantly varied functional movements) at HI (high intensity) + Communal Environment = Health & Fitness. In layman’s terms, you’ll work your butt off with some of the best people you’ll ever meet, attempting intense and varied workouts. We should add that not only is the whole process inspiring, fun, addicting and fulfilling, but the results are phenomenal!

Some of the many movements and skills that are incorporated in CrossFit are running, rowing, biking, Olympic lifting, gymnastics, bodyweight exercises, rope climbs, jumping rope and plyometric work. Most CrossFit classes last an hour and follow the same structure, including a dynamic warm up, skill work focusing on a particular strength, followed by the Workout of the Day.

If you're interested in trying CrossFit in Dallas, come join our great community at East Dallas CrossFit.
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Posted Aug 24 2015 by Ryan Savard

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