Posts from October 2017
What is the one song you want to set a PR to?
“All star” -smash mouth
How long have you been doing Crossfit?
-long enough to party. I think I’m going on year 5.
What is your favorite thing about Crossfit?
-I really like that there is always something new to learn or something to get better at.
If you could be any fictional character, who would it be?
If your friends/family had to describe you in 3 words, what would they be?
- Honest, caring, loyal
What can you never leave home without?
-sadly, my phone
What accomplishment are you most proud of?
- making it to regionals last year with team precision was pretty rad, so probably that.
What inspires you?
-hard work. Anyone working hard for something usually puts a fire in me to get going on whatever goal I have set at the time.
What advice would you give to someone who is just starting Crossfit?
If you had to change your first name, what would you change it to?
- Maybe Muhammad. I just want a really common name.
-probably hanging out with Sasquatch somewhere
Nanos or Metcons?
If you could have a superpower, what would it be?
-super speed, I’ve always been slow.
What’s the best gift you’ve ever received?
-Socks, I like socks a lot.
What’s your biggest pet peeve?
-slow drivers.... they are so annoying.
Recipe: Fish Tacos
From the kitchen of heypreslie.com
2 small corn tortillas
4oz white fish
1 cup broccoli slaw (you can buy this packaged at Sprouts, near the lettuce)
2 tbsp Bolthouse Farms Cilantro Avocado Yogurt dressing
2 tbsp mango salsa
1 fresh squeezed lime
Diced fresh cilantro
Grill, bake or sautée fish until flakey. While it is cooking, mix dressing in a small bowl with broccoli slaw. Put 2oz fish in each tortilla and top with remaining ingredients for a flavorful, nutrient-dense dish. Makes 2 tacos, multiply recipe to feed the whole family. :)
Per 2 tacos - 32g carb, 17g protein, 5g fat, 240 calories.
- Put all ingredients over jasmine rice instead of wrapping in tortillas
- Make a salad; ditch the tortillas and put ingredients over a bed of leafy greens
- Switch white fish out for shrimp, lean beef, chicken, ground turkey or black beans
- Trade mango salsa for peach, corn, verde, hot salsa or pico de gallo
Changes, Changes, and More Changes
As our program continues to grow and develop, we will continue to adjust our schedule to meet your needs.
First and foremost, if you have not met Coach Evan yet, please take a minute to introduce yourself this week. He will be coaching Thursday mornings and every evening.
The addition of Coach Evan to our staff will allow us to make some changes that we think you are going to be really excited about. Starting this week we are adding Open Gym to the schedule on Tuesdays and Thursday. We will now be open at 2pm every weekday.
We will now be offering a CrossFit class on Thursdays at 6:30pm. This means that there will no longer be a regularly scheduled Yoga class. Instead will will look to add a special Yoga event once a month.
Finally, we are cancelling Magna 1o1 and instead we will be inviting new athletes to schedule their first few sessions with a coach. On most days, the 4:30 & 5:30pm CrossFit class will have a 2nd coach that will be assigned specifically to new athletes. We have done this on a few occasions over the past month and it has worked wonderfully. Our goal is to get athletes more comfortable with the community and scaling options so that they have the freedom to join any class.