EAD / CFAH Happenings …

“My plea to CrossFitters who are on the fence about signing up for the Open: Do it! This is me, CrossFit Games Open 11.1, snatches and double-unders. Less than 3 months into CrossFit, terrible at double-unders and as evidenced by this picture I didn’t even know how to set up for a snatch. Do it even if you think you’re not ready! You will be challenged. You will improve. You will grow from the experience.”
— Elisabeth Akinwale

Challenge Yourself. CrossFit Games Open.
Have you signed up to challenge yourself yet? Register Today to be part of the EAD / CFAH CrossFit Games Open Team. For most people across the globe the Games Open isn’t about making it to the next level; rather, the experience is about stepping outside your comfort zone and putting your training to the test. You’ll learn so much about your physical and mental strength, and gain insight about how to adapt your training to strengthen your weaknesses. There is no downside to registering. Period. Just think if Chicago-area CrossFit Games contender Elisabeth Akinwale would’ve never tried …

EAD / CFAH Winter 2013 Olympic Lifting Meet.
There is still time to Register for this fun and experience-building event, Saturday, March 2, 10 a.m. – ? This event is the perfect chance to experience the general feel / flow of an Olympic Lifting Meet in a supportive environment. More Info …

Ragnar Relay, June 7 & 8.
You’ve heard the stories. You’ve seen the pictures. You’ve lamented that you missed out. Make 2013 the year you join a group of hale & hearty EAD / CFAH athletes on a relay race from Madison, Wis., to Chicago. Sign up on the whiteboard at EAD / CFAH. Questions? See Coach Alida or email karen@eadperformancecenter.com

The EAD / CFAH 2013 CIRC Crew, minus Katie M, who was warming up for her race when the pic was snapped.

The EAD / CFAH 2013 CIRC Crew, minus Katie M, who was warming up for her race when the pic was snapped.

Congrats, CIRC Competitors!
Fourteen athletes. Twenty-one races. Eighteen PRs. Two 1st place finishes, two 2nd place finishes, two third place finishes, and 20 top 10 finishes …It doesn’t get much better than that! Great job, Crew EAD / CFAH, and thanks to Coach Alida for doing such a great job training our athletes, and “coxing” them on race day.

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