Don't slack and wait too long, Registration is LIVE for the 2013 CrossFit Open! Click Here to Register!
As a CFIB member you will register as an Athlete and create your
account. If you did the open last year, please use your same login and
password information this way you can see how you do compared to last
year. If this is your first year competing in the open create a new
account. It is $20 per person to register. Once you have filled out all
your information it will ask you to join an affiliate. Please select CrossFit Interbay. When it asks you to join a team, again select CrossFit Interbay.
Where? The workout of the week will be published on the CrossFit Games Site every Wednesday at 5pm Pacific time. You can do the workout anytime during the week, we will program these for the Friday WOD, however if you want to submit your score it needs to be judged by an approved CF judge or coach in our gym.
HA! Andrew saw how Vipin acted last week when his wife told him it was time to go home and leave the gym. He thought it was a perfectly reasonable response, so when Megan told Andrew it was time to stop hanging around the gym so long after class, he knew there was only one way to react :-)
3x3x3x3x3(If you have muscle ups then add in 10 muscle ups too)
10 Ring Dips
20 Hang Power Snatch (75/55)
50 Air Squats
Did you watch the Superbowl? I did and there weren't as many memorable commercials this year. Here are some of the best commercials made for the Superbowl that never made it to tv.........which is sad. Classic humor :-) Who doesn't love a good "Cutting the cheese" joke.
This ad was created for the Doritos' 2012 commercial contest and is the best thing ever created in all the years commercials have been around. While everyone on the internet loved it, Doritos actually rejected it because Doritos is stupid and you shouldn't be eating Doritos anyway :-)
This commercial was deemed too racy by the lame police. To me, it's simply a story of a man that knows he wronged his lovely girlfriend and wants to make things right. What's wrong with redemption, FCC?