We are very excited to tell you about our upcoming “What is CrossFit?” Seminar and how you can help. There is something in it for you so keep reading….
On Thursday December 12th at 7:15pm AND Saturday December 14th at 10:30 am we will be hosting a seminar called “What is CrossFit?”. This is free and open to the public. No matter which box you call home, we all want to continue to grow our incredible communities and change the world one CrossFitter at a time. We at CF Talon want the same, which is why we are asking for your participation in a seminar designed to help all of us in the greater Nashville area reach out into our respective communities. We first thought of this idea because even though each box offers a free trial session, as well as some kind of introductory Foundations or On-Ramp classes, there are still people out there that are way too intimidated to walk through our doors. And how about all of the negative press we have been getting lately? ”CrossFit is dangerous,” “CrossFit causes Rhabdo,” “Don’t do CrossFit ladies…unless you want to get big and bulky”. Well, at least we are causing a stir in the fitness world;) But…it is this type of negative press that can keep potential members from walking into our boxes and changing their lives forever. So, I suggest we do something to change it!
For those of you who read my email last week on the “Beaty County Products” and did search after search on what the heck THAT is…I am very sorry I can’t type;) I would blame it on autocorrect, but Volo doesn’t even have autocorrect, so that one was ALL ME! So…here is the deal with Tara’s ladies’ get together on Tuesday, December 3rd at 7pm:
To start, it is “Beautycounter Products.” For those of you that know us well, you know how “clean” we eat. I often have newbies ask me if we are 100% Paleo, and even though I never thought I’d say this, the answer is getting closer and closer to yes. Except for the occasional adult beverage, I no longer crave the foods I once though I would never give up. I just feel better eating this way, and have no desire to go back to the way I used to feel. Thank goodness I have a husband that feels the same.
Carla felt something tweak, but continued through basic training. After awhile, the pain got worse, and she was told at the time that she would never be able to run long distances again. “If someone tells me I can’t do something, it only makes me want to do it that much more,” she explains. By 2011, she was training with the Army Ten Milers, and in September of 2012 she ran her first Half Marathon.