Double or Nothing!

After class last Thursday, Amie told me that she had been trying mercilessly to get her first double under during Cindy’s 12 pm class the previous day, but only had ended up with welts from the jump rope.  Even with her battle wounds still fresh, Amie decided to give it another go.  With a look of fierce determination, Amie grabbed a jump rope, and after a few attempts, she got her first double-under!!!  Amie celebrated like she won the lottery, and it really does feel like that. You all know that wonderful feeling of finally getting something you have worked so darn hard for.  Amie’s next goal is a pull-up and I know she’ll get one soon, that girl is so determined.  Great job Amie!

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Written by Sarah Fragoso

Sarah Fragoso has been involved in athletics from a very young age and was a competitive gymnast for over 6 years. Sarah has always had a passion for health and fitness and now as a mother of three active boys, she appreciates the importance of staying in shape in order to keep up with everyday life. After her third child was born, Sarah realized that unless she found a way to stay fit and active, it would be impossible to manage three children and have enough energy left over to manage anything else. With CrossFit, Sarah changed her life and now she can help you change yours! Sarah understands how difficult it can be to make time to get back into shape, but with the right kind of help, motivation, and programming, anything is possible! Anyone can do CrossFit, and Sarah believes that everyone should. The combination of full functional movements, resistance training, and skilled coaching provide an unparalleled combination for health and fitness. Sarah is a Level I CrossFit trainer and when you train with Sarah she will help you focus on nutrition, motivation, strength, stamina, and reaching your fitness goals.

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2 Comments

  1. Beth B

    Good job! I had soo much trouble with double unders, they’d mess up my whole workout and whip my legs, head, and back. i know how good it feels to get them!! congrats

  2. One would think that after a lengthy relationship with CrossFit, that jump rope would be one of those things that gets ‘accepted’; like burpees – sure it sucks but you do it and move on.  Nope. I still loathe jumping of any ropes. I would rather do tibata: burpee-alligator crawl-ropeclimb-situp and then slam my balls in a car door than have to do jumprope.  Yeah I hate it that much.  In other news guess what Dains workout will be tomorrow? JUMPROPE! haha! see ya then!