Do you ever feel scared before you start one of our workouts?  Why?  Do you think you are going to fail?  Maybe not be able to complete it?  Maybe not be able to do as well as someone else in the room?  All of these are just negative thoughts that spawn from a lack of confidence in yourself and understanding about why you are there.  Everyone likes to succeed in whatever they do.  But when do you learn the most and improve the most?  Its when you fail.  Its when you get your butt handed to you.  This is something that you shouldn't be scared of though.  You need to be able to embrace the workout as a whole.  If it crushes you, fine.  Don't get all frustrated and mad.  Figure out what happened and what you need to do to fix it.  The heart of a champion isn't in the win of an event, its in the triumph over adversity.  So whatever the adversity that sits in front of you, you need to figure out how to beat it.  Don't use words like "CANT", or "WONT".  Be scientific about it.  Analyze it.  Improve it and beat it!!!  Good Luck today!

We will be having our CROSSFIT INFERNO FOUNDATIONS CLASS this Saturday from 7am-10am.  So if you need to take this class, please email us at and let us know you will be there.  Also, we will start our INFERNO BEGINNER CLASS this and every Saturday at 1045am-1145am.  This will be a class for brand new individuals who would like to see what the INFERNO is all about but were a little nervous to go to the general class.  We will stretch you out, warm you up, teach you the basic skills of the day and then get you into a workout that is different from the normal website workout.  It will be suited especially for beginners.  Email us if you have any questions about it!!!  See you there!!!!


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"Big Ones!"

Inferno Warm-up x 3

Complete the following:


Push Jerk (70% of 1RM)


*Do your warm-up then once you get to the weight that is 70% of your 1RM, you must do 4 sets of 5 reps at that weight.  Do not build up through the sets..




5 rounds

10 reps Push Press (135#, 95#)

25 reps Pull-ups


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