Road to Handstand Push-Up’s: Part 1 – The Push-Up

Handstand push-ups are, for some people, a very intimidating movement in CrossFit. The gymnastics movement is difficult, but not impossible! The HSPU is not only great for building upper body and shoulder strength, but they’re also wonderful for training one of our 10 General Physical Skills – balance. “Balance – […]

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Struggling To Get Your First Pull-Up?

We know that you have goals. For many of you, the goal is to get that first strict pull-up. This 14 workout program is sure to help build the pure pulling strength needed to get your chin over the bar for the first time. This program is built for athletes […]

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Samson Strong 3.5 at CrossFit Final Call 1/6/18

In an effort to unify the strength community, CrossFit Final Call is excited to host Samson Strong 3.5 on Jan 6, 2018. The strongman meet will have multiple divisions to include men’s and women’s Teens, Novice, Master’s, Open Lightweight, Middleweight, and Heavyweight. Because these classes include a teen and novice […]

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Partnership with Lift For The 22

CrossFit Final Call is proud to announce a partnership with the Lift For The 22 organization providing free gym memberships to veterans Lift For The 22 is an organization designed to provide free one year gym memberships to the veteran community in order to reduce veteran suicide. By partnering with […]

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A Letter To My Athletes

My journey in this CrossFit world hasn’t been an easy one. In fact, it’s taken me my entire life to get to where I am today. Isn’t that a funny thing to say? Of course it took my whole life to get here! But when I sit back and think […]

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Top 3 Fears From New Members

CrossFit can be intimidating without a doubt. One look inside the box and you’ll see people jumping, climbing, throwing barbells over their heads, throwing medicine balls and more. At first glance you might think it’s something you could never do. But take a look again and you’ll see your neighbor, […]

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House Rules

Be early.  If you’re not early, you’re late. Give yourself enough time to sign in, change, and warm-up before class starts.  Most likely that means showing up at least 10 minutes prior to class. Check your ego at the door. Somewhere a high school kid is warming up with your […]

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