July Athlete of the Month || Cory Guevara!

Each month we spotlight a different CFA athlete who stands out and shows just how awesome they are. What is it that makes up an Athlete of the Month? It may not be the person that finishes the fastest, Rx’s every WOD, or gets a PR every time they walk in the gym. Although we love and celebrate when those things happen, the Athlete of the Month is made up of much more than physical ability. This person shows up, gives their best every time, and then gives a little more. They are hungry to learn and always ready to do the work. They support their fellow classmates and encourage them to reach their goals. This athlete embodies what we believe the CrossFit Austin Community should be about.

Our July Athlete of the Month is Cory Guevara! Cory joined the CFA Family in September of 2021, but came in with some years in the CF world. Cory is an afternoon gal, sweatin’ with the best of them in the 4:30 crew or hitting a Weightlifting class with Coach Dylan! Cory is a pleasure to have in class. She always comes in with a good attitude and is ready to work hard and try to be a little better every day. She is also a friendly face that you’ll almost always find at the socials! We’ve loved being part of the journey with Cory and celebrating the wins along the way! Cory, we are honored to have you as our July Athlete of the Month and as an awesome part of this team. Thanks for your all your hard work and we look forward to seeing all you accomplish in the years to come! Congratulations!

 

A message from Cory:

Let me begin with a great big THANK YOU!  There are no words to convey my appreciation for this honor of being selected Athlete of the Month.  CrossFit has been such a blessing for me since I began my fitness journey.  It’s almost been a year since I moved to the beautiful City of Austin and I’ve enjoyed every moment of it.  My first order of business moving up to Austin, was to find a CrossFit gym that would best suit me.  I looked into several boxes including CFA, read reviews, looked at the photos posted to see what they were about.  On my first visit to CFA, I was sold immediately.  I met Coach Tim and saw the members working out and felt the positive energy and vibes immediately.  It was such a welcoming social environment which was exactly what I was looking for.  I was a bit nervous at first, new town, new people, new co-workers.  Fortunately, all has worked out beautifully.    I gained a 2nd family by joining CFA.  Here’s to my AWESOME Coaches and AMAZING members…you make life so much better. 

 

 

 

State your Name and/or Nickname please:

Corina, but everyone knows me by Cory.

Words to live by?

Show up. Work hard. Be kind. Spread love and work on yourself every single day. Never give up.

What is your fitness background?

Cheerleader, back in the day (very long ago).  Tried out a few gym classes, such as kickboxing, yoga, Zumba, etc…Never in a million years would I have thought of ever lifting a barbell much less owning one… 

How long have you been CrossFitting?  

7 years

Take us back to your first day of CrossFit… How did you feel? How do you compare it to today?

First of all, my eldest daughter pretty much dragged me to my first CrossFit gym.  I was a little hesitant, not sure what to expect.  Me not having any clue on how to lift a barbell or any other equipment, much less knowing the CF lingo.  One of the first things we did notice was that as soon as we walked into the box everyone was very welcoming.  Members and coaches introduced themselves and made you feel at home.  We both decided to sign up and continued going.  Seven years later, I can say it was the best decision I have ever made.  At CrossFit, the community welcomes and encourages you to really test your ability to go all out, and that’s a great feeling! No matter what stage you are in life, anything is possible. We can scream, grunt, cheer each other on, we can fall to the floor in a puddle of sweat, cry with frustration, and even laugh at disasters.  All I can say is CFA is a special place filled with incredible people that have become my chosen family.  

Current Training Goals/PRs?

Continue to improve my lifting/gymnastic skills.  I’d like to see myself compete in CF comps and possibly Olympic Lifting comps.  Oh and one more thing, improve my running skills…

 

What advice do you have for folks just starting out in CrossFit?   

Give it a try and don’t give up.  Heathy life, happy life. 

How do you balance staying focused in your training when life gets busy? 

I have grown to love this sport.  It’s really not difficult for me to stay focused.  The best part of my day is knowing that I will be hitting the gym, and putting in a workout with my favorite humans.

 

What is your cheat meal go-to? 

PIZZA is my favorite and I gotta have my donuts every now and then.

 

How do you use your fitness outside of the gym?

Carrying my groceries up 3 flight of stairs all in one trip. It also helps me keep up with my adult children OR they have to keep up with me…LOL

 

What are the biggest challenges you’ve faced in your fitness journey?   

Consistency, self-discipline and staying the course.

 

Tell us about a moment you felt most proud of yourself during a workout.  

During the 2022 Open, I was able to perform at the RX level.  On the 3rd and final workout I managed to hit a muscle up seconds before the time cap which totally surprised me.  Not very pretty but I DID IT! 

 

If you could create a WOD and name it for yourself, what would it be? 

Lady Thor – AMRAP 20 minutes

5 GI Jane’s (burpee, pull up  –  Modification: 10 jumping pull ups)
10 DLs (135/95/75)
250M Row   

What keeps you going on the days you don’t feel like it?  

That’s really not a difficult answer, I love what I do, so “not feeling it” is not a common thing for me.  I will show up and give it my all.   But I will admit, there are days that my body will tell me to take a break because I have learned that recovery and rest is very important.

 

What are your hobbies, interests and/or talents outside of CrossFit?  

I’m a huge movie buff, total Marvel and Star Wars fan.  A good movie always makes me happy.  Travel is something I plan on doing for myself, see the world and venture out.  I’m also seeking new things to try, like gymnastics, roller skating, rock climbing, dance, etc.    “Never lose your childish enthusiasm, AND things will come your way”…

 

Tell us something we don’t know about you…  

I’m pretty simple.  My four children are my world and I love life…

 

Leave the fine folks of CrossFit Austin with some parting words…

Keep living life bravely and boldly. Believe it or not, it inspires others…

June Athlete of the Month || Chris Ferone!!

Each month we spotlight a different CFA athlete who stands out and shows just how awesome they are. What is it that makes up an Athlete of the Month? It may not be the person that finishes the fastest, Rx’s every WOD, or gets a PR every time they walk in the gym. Although we love and celebrate when those things happen, the Athlete of the Month is made up of much more than physical ability. This person shows up, gives their best every time, and then gives a little more. They are hungry to learn and always ready to do the work. They support their fellow classmates and encourage them to reach their goals. This athlete embodies what we believe the CrossFit Austin Community should be about.

Our June Athlete of the Month is Chris Ferone! Chris joined the CFA Family in December of 2020, but came in with some years in the CF world. Chris is part of the chicken o’clock crew, coming in and getting it done before the sun comes up!  Not only is Chris a pleasure to have in class, he’s also generally one of the first to volunteer to help us out when we need it during an event or otherwise! He has such a genuine heart and has really added to this community in so many ways. While we are going to miss him when he moves to Dallas, we’ve loved being part of the journey with him and celebrating the wins along the way! Chris, we are honored to have you as our June Athlete of the Month and as an awesome part of this team. Thanks for your all your hard work and we look forward to seeing all you accomplish in the years to come! Congratulations!

State your Name and/or Nickname please:
Chris Ferone. Friends mostly just call me Ferone
 
Words to live by?
Love God, Love Others, Nothing else matters
 
What is your fitness background?-
I played baseball for 9 years growing up and have been involved in sports and fitness in general.
 
How long have you been CrossFitting?
10+ years
 
Take us back to your first day of CrossFit… How did you feel? How do you compare it to workouts today?
I actually was meeting with a personal trainer that introduced me to crossfit. It was helpful because I met with him for 6 months or more and we would watch the crossfitters come in the gym and he would point out what NOT to do as far as movements, etc. I appreciated his feedback and now love crossfit because of the movements!
What’s your favorite part of CrossFit Austin?
The community and pushing myself to be better
 
Current Training Goals/PRs?
I still need to learn to rope climb and do consistent double unders!

What advice do you have for folks just starting out in CrossFit?
Be patient and don’t try to lift heavy and be a hero.
 
How do you balance staying focused in your training when life gets busy?
Training for me is like a drug- so when I get busy I still have to fit it in or I suffer in my personal life.

What is your cheat meal go-to?
In N Out burger and ice cream
 
How do you use your fitness outside of the gym?
Hiking and road biking consistently. I also occasionally go running.
 
What are the biggest challenges you’ve faced in your fitness journey?
Learning how to listen to my body and say no to a workout at times. I typically want to push through and still go workout even if I am not feeling well.
 
Tell us about a moment you felt most proud of yourself during a workout.
Finally stringing together kipping pullups!
If you could create a WOD and name it for yourself, what would it be?
FeroneRX. ha ha
What keeps you going on the days you don’t feel like it?
I know that I will feel SO much better if I move my body. It sets the tone for my day.
 
What are your hobbies, interests and/or talents outside of CrossFit?
Church community, concerts, biking, hiking, traveling, latin dancing, and eating good food!
 
Tell us something we don’t know about you…
I am relocating to Dallas in the coming months 🙁
 
Leave the fine folks of CrossFit Austin with some parting words…
Take advantage of today and the day you have been given. You never know when its your last.

CrossFit Austin MURPH DAY 2022 || Saturday, June 25

CrossFit Austin will be hosting Murph Day Saturday (6/25/2022) honoring the memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy and all fallen veterans. Lieutenant Murphy was killed in Afghanistan on June 28th, 2005. This workout was one of Mike’s favorites and he named it “Body Armor”. We will honor a focused warrior and great American who wanted nothing more in life than to serve this great country and the beautiful people who make it what it is.

REGISTER HERE

“Murph”

For time:
1 mile run
1
00 pull ups
200 push ups
300 squats
1 mile run

*Partition the pull-ups, push-ups, and squats as needed.
**Teams of 2, 3, or 4 (max 4 people) are welcome.
***All movements can be scaled.
****Be sure to wear your twenty pound vest or body armor if you have it.

 

EVENT SPECIFICS:

REGISTRATION DETAILS

Event Registration + Shirt – Deadline – June 5th

  • $40 for participating athletes
  • Athlete entry fee includes registration & t-shirt costs and donations

Event Registration without Shirt

  • $25 for participating athletes
  • Athlete entry fee includes registration costs and donations

***Shirt ONLY (non-participant) – Deadline – June 5th

  • $25 for shirt only
  • All proceeds from t-shirt sales will be donated

SHIRTS – The image is the concept image and may have some slight changes to the final product.

Bella Canvas Unisex Tee

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next Level Women’s Racerback

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bella Canvas Unisex Tank

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EVENT DETAILS

  • This event is open to all – members and non-members
  • Athletes must arrive at 30 minutes prior to their heat to warm-up, sign-in, and pick up shirts
  • Heat times start at 8:00 am, 9:15 am, and 10:30 am
  • Spectators are welcome – dogs are not allowed at this location
  • Donations are welcome and can be made through eventbrite, Navy SEAL FoundationYMCA of Austin, or onsite the day of the event.

Donations and proceeds will go to benefit the charity of your choice. As always, you may donate to The Navy Seal Foundation. In addition, we are including a local foundation near and dear to our own Bach Vu, the YMCA of Austin’s Annual Giving Campaign . You can read more about what they do HERE.

“I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious.” – Vince Lombardi

CFA Blood Drive || Saturday, June 11, 2022

 

Saturday, June 11th

10:00am – 2:00pm

 

Crossfit Austin, organized by Derek Fons is hosting a blood drive at our gym at 8708 S. Congress Ave Building C, Austin, TX. Lend a helping arm to support your community and save local lives. It is easy; just click here to make an appointment online or call (512) 206-1266.  Appointments are strongly encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome.

For your eligibility questions please click here

For questions specific to our drive, your “We Are Blood” contact is Louis Hill, lhill@weareblood.org, or 512.206.1204

Your onsite contact: Derek Fons, derek@farfromrest.com 

*Remember! Eat a full meal before donating and bring your photo ID

May Athlete of the Month || Laura Englund!!

Each month we spotlight a different CFA athlete who stands out and shows just how awesome they are. What is it that makes up an Athlete of the Month? It may not be the person that finishes the fastest, Rx’s every WOD, or gets a PR every time they walk in the gym. Although we love and celebrate when those things happen, the Athlete of the Month is made up of much more than physical ability. This person shows up, gives their best every time, and then gives a little more. They are hungry to learn and always ready to do the work. They support their fellow classmates and encourage them to reach their goals. This athlete embodies what we believe the CrossFit Austin Community should be about.

 

Our May Athlete of the Month is Laura Englund! Laura joined the CFA Family in just shy of 2 years ago, but came in with some years in the CF world. Laura quickly found her place among the midday crew, sweatin with the nooners, but these days you’ll see her in a few different class times. Laura is your go to gal for a good friend and a great time! She’s always down for a cold brew (or a popsicle) post class! She may sound like she doesn’t actually want to be in class sometimes (cue complaining about the warm up with T 😉 ), but she really is the picture of consistency. The only time we DON’T see Laura is if she’s off on an adventure! We’ve loved being part of the journey with her and celebrating the wins along the way! Laura, we are honored to have you as our May Athlete of the Month and as an awesome part of this team. Thanks for your all your hard work and we look forward to seeing all you accomplish in the years to come! Congratulations!

 

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Laura
 
Words to live by?
Everything happens for a reason
 
What is your fitness background?
Not much actually! Played a lil bball when I was younger
 
How long have you been CrossFitting?
Almost 8 years
 
Take us back to your first day of CrossFit… How did you feel? How do you compare it to workouts today?
I was sore from the warm up, I think I did like 10 bootstrappers and had sore hamstrings the next day. I was also petrified to walk into the gym. Compared to my workouts today, I am still winded after the warm up 🙂
What’s your favorite part of CrossFit Austin?
The people I’ve met at the gym! Huge reason why I stayed in Austin! Also, the 400m run route was worse at my old gym
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Current Training Goals/PRs?
Trying to recover my knee and every other body part I’ve hurt (outside of the gym). Also trying to get a 200 lbs squat and my pull ups in better shape

What advice do you have for folks just starting out in CrossFit?
Stretch! Take care of your body! So that Heidi doesn’t yell at you!
 
How do you balance staying focused in your training when life gets busy?
I will almost always find time for the gym because that time is very important to me. I tend to focus mostly on just moving my body these days

What is your cheat meal go-to?
McDonalds all day
 
How do you use your fitness outside of the gym?
I use it to get to my 3rd floor apartment or to give my friends piggy back rides. Or to flex and open pickle jars for people
 
What are the biggest challenges you’ve faced in your fitness journey?
Changing habits outside of the gym to see better results inside of the gym (still learning of course)
 
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During the open when I did 6 ring muscle ups! I was fired up
If you could create a WOD and name it for yourself, what would it be?
10 minutes max double unders, or 1,000 double unders for time What keeps you going on the days you don’t feel like it? -Knowing that even if I don’t want to go to the gym, the feeling of finishing a workout always gets me there
 
What are your hobbies, interests and/or talents outside of CrossFit?
I like going to see live music, I’m really big into the craft beer industry, I travel A TON.
 
Tell us something we don’t know about you…
lol if you’ve met me you already know I tell people everything, but maybe you don’t know that I lived in a van for 4 months with my sister while traveling around the country (but you probably already know that)
 
Leave the fine folks of CrossFit Austin with some parting words…
Show up every day, move your body, be proud of little accomplishments, and don’t feel the need to cheer me on when I’m the last one to finish a WOD 🙂 love y’all!

April Athlete of the Month || Derek Fons!

 

Each month we spotlight a different CFA athlete who stands out and shows just how awesome they are. What is it that makes up an Athlete of the Month? It may not be the person that finishes the fastest, Rx’s every WOD, or gets a PR every time they walk in the gym. Although we love and celebrate when those things happen, the Athlete of the Month is made up of much more than physical ability. This person shows up, gives their best every time, and then gives a little more. They are hungry to learn and always ready to do the work. They support their fellow classmates and encourage them to reach their goals. This athlete embodies what we believe the CrossFit Austin Community should be about.

 

Our April Athlete of the Month is Derek Fons! Derek joined the CFA Family in June of 2021, but joined us with some experience under his belt. Immediately, it felt like he’d been part of the family for years. Derek has such a great mindset when it comes to training and he’s always a pleasure to coach. He is also providing an awesome example to his son when he brings him into class. We love seeing parents model a healthy lifestyle for the little ones! We’ve loved being part of the journey with Derek and celebrating the wins along the way! Derek, we are honored to have you as our April Athlete of the Month and as an awesome part of this team. Thanks for your all your hard work and we look forward to seeing all you accomplish in the years to come! Congratulations!

 

State your Name and/or Nickname please:
Derek Fons

Words to live by?
Get comfortable being uncomfortable

What is your fitness background?
The only fitness related activity I did was riding BMX bikes in my teens and some mountain biking. Never got into sports or had any workout routine that stuck before CrossFit.

How long have you been CrossFitting?
8 years

Take us back to your first day of CrossFit… How did you feel? How do you compare it to workouts today?
I don’t remember the first day exactly. I remember doing the on-ramp class for a few weeks and being very overwhelmed by all the movements and terminology. CrossFit wasn’t love at first sight for me though, but once I was in the actual group classes I really quickly became addicted. I remember being so obsessed with making it to my favorite class time that I would always cut out of work early and race to the gym; not much is different today. I do feel I have a better sense of my capabilities going into a workout and am less afraid to modify to make it a good and safe workout for myself.

What’s your favorite part of CrossFit Austin?
Community. The gym is my only opportunity to socialize and I have met so many nice people. I especially love how warm others are with my son. It’s also really nice that we have so frequent opportunities to meet up, like the birthday socials.

Current Training Goals/PRs?
To focus on making what I do in the gym be my mental and physical therapy so I can be happier and feel better in everything else I do.

What advice do you have for folks just starting out in CrossFit?
Enjoy the journey, you aren’t going to be awesome at everything and that’s kind of the point.

How do you balance staying focused in your training when life gets busy?
My big life hack has been bringing my son Banner to the gym everyday after I pick him up from school. It’s a good way to give the wife some time away from the dudes, plus Banner gets exposure to fitness and to some really awesome people. Most of the time he is on his iPad, but it’s still our routine and most of the time he seems to like it.

What is your cheat meal go-to?
Chicken and dumplings from Cracker Barrel.

How do you use your fitness outside of the gym?
Attempting to wrangle my son and lifting more groceries than I should.

What are the biggest challenges you’ve faced in your fitness journey?
When I started, as most people experience, it’s PR city. For the first few years it was just gains after gains, but age and life have other plans and thats actually a good thing. For me it’s been discouraging at times to have to be ok that I am not where I once was and may not ever get back there. I believe CrossFit is good for everyone and is something I will do for my life, constantly varied functional movements performed at relatively high intensity, but the realization that it’s not just a continuous ladder of wins was tricky and something I still have to remind myself of.

Tell us about a moment you felt most proud of yourself during a workout.
I always find workouts more magical when I can make it more about just my performance and connect with others in the middle of suffering. That’s why partner workouts are my favorite. In recent memory I recall a couple of non-partner workouts where I was able to sync up with a friend in a workout and help keep us both on a pace. It’s a great feeling at the end of workout to know that I might have helped someone with their fitness.

If you could create a WOD and name it for yourself, what would it be?
I am a big fan of the simplicity and effectiveness of the burpee, so that would be a must. I especially like short sets so you can really sprint on them. I also really appreciate body weight workouts, maybe that’s some weird stockholm syndrome from the lock down days. Like I mentioned earlier, I also really like partner workouts, so this I what I would come up with off the cuff…

30 Minute Partner EMOM
One person works at a time, partner A works for the first 30 seconds and then partner B does the second 30 seconds of the minute
Minute 1, Burpees
Minute 2, Air Squats
Minute 3, Sit ups
Repeat for 30 minutes

What keeps you going on the days you don’t feel like it?
Just reminding myself that after I do workout I am always happier.

What are your hobbies, interests and/or talents outside of CrossFit?
I am a software developer for a living, but I do that even for fun. Big fan of music, like punk, hardcore and hip-hop. I use YouTube and Podcast to further my knowledge on topics like fitness, cooking, home repair, wood working and technology. I like to read comic books. My favorite date with my wife is going to the Alamo Drafthouse.

Tell us something we don’t know about you…
I like butt stuff…yeah, anything that really targets the glutes I am a fan of, like squats. Oh and I am straight edge and haven’t had alcohol for 20 years.

Leave the fine folks of CrossFit Austin with some parting words…
Thanks for being awesome and looking forward to the next time we sweat together!

March Athlete of the Month || Spank!!

Each month we spotlight a different CFA athlete who stands out and shows just how awesome they are. What is it that makes up an Athlete of the Month? It may not be the person that finishes the fastest, Rx’s every WOD, or gets a PR every time they walk in the gym. Although we love and celebrate when those things happen, the Athlete of the Month is made up of much more than physical ability. This person shows up, gives their best every time, and then gives a little more. They are hungry to learn and always ready to do the work. They support their fellow classmates and encourage them to reach their goals. This athlete embodies what we believe the CrossFit Austin Community should be about.

 

Our March Athlete of the Month is Spank! Spank joined the CFA Family just over a year ago and has established herself as a staple in the lovingly termed “6:00 pm Ass Class.”  She comes in and works hard, no matter what the day has thrown at her and we love that she is willing to come in and move her body at the level she’s feeling for the day. We like to call that “fitness maturity” around here.  Spank is one of our biggest advocates, always spreading the good word of CFA and we are forever grateful to her for that! We’ve loved being part of the journey with her and celebrating the wins along the way! Spank, we are honored to have you as our March Athlete of the Month and as an awesome part of this team. Thanks for your all your hard work and we look forward to seeing all you accomplish in the years to come! Congratulations!

State your Name and/or Nickname please:
Spank …and only Spank
Words to live by?
Currently, movement is medicine, just keep showing up.
What is your fitness background?
Fast pitch catcher, half-marathons, competitive roller derby and now the cult of crossfit.
How long have you been CrossFitting?
Informally, two years (I worked out 1:1 w/ a CF Coach), formally a year at CFA.
Take us back to your first day of CrossFit… How did you feel? How do you compare it to workouts today?
My first day of cross fit was in a gym in Portland OR and I injured myself in the first workout. The second time I did crossfit was in another gym in Portland and I injured myself again in the first work out. It wasn’t until my friend Dan (^coach above) worked with me 1:1 in Austin to show me that CrossFit could be safe and it was all about the gym, the coaching and being smart. Today, I’m surrounded by an entire team of family and friends who ensure I keep moving, but in a way that doesn’t hurt me.
What’s your favorite part of CrossFit Austin?
The 6:00 PM Ass Class. Yelling at people for dropping their bar bells….so gauche. Writing inappropriate things on Stacie’s work board.
Current Training Goals/PRs?
I love doing handstands, but a recent shoulder diagnosis means I have a long road ahead of me to get back to overhead strength. Ironic, considering my first 9 months at CFA, I couldn’t use my legs and I was the strict press queen. 🙂
What advice do you have for folks just starting out in CrossFit?
Listen to your body, forget what other people around you are doing, FORM FORM FORM FORM. Educate yourself so you don’t wreck yourself. Just show up. Some days I just sit in the corner on a rower, but I’m still there and I’m still moving.
How do you balance staying focused in your training when life gets busy?
CFA has pretty much saved my mental and physical sanity. I generally place making it to the gym above just about everything else. I make it clear to my co-workers, friends and family that not making it to the gym is bad for them. lol
What is your cheat meal go-to?
Grilled cheese sammies or Velveeta Mac n Cheese
How do you use your fitness outside of the gym?
Yard work, home projects, flexing in no-flex zones.
What are the biggest challenges you’ve faced in your fitness journey?
10 years of roller derby fairly well destroyed my body. There really isn’t a day that I show up where something major isn’t hurting. Ibuprofen is my bestest friend.
Tell us about a moment you felt most proud of yourself during a workout.
Increasing my front squat PR by 40% and the moment I was able to do my first box jump after breaking my leg.
If you could create a WOD and name it for yourself, what would it be?
“What fresh hell is this?’ – Rowing, Burpees, Deadlifts, Situps
What keeps you going on the days you don’t feel like it?
There are many days where pain, depression, and introversion keep me from wanting to show up… but I know that not showing up would just compound those problems. So I drag myself there, even if it means I’m crying while working out…because 9 times out of 10, when I show up… I don’t cry…I laugh, I get hugs, I get to swear a lot, and loudly.
What are your hobbies, interests and/or talents outside of CrossFit?
I have a car-caine addiction, I like to garden, I enjoy prepping for the zombie apocalypse, I’ve been told I can cook.
Tell us something we don’t know about you…
I’m a Santa Muertista.
Leave the fine folks of CrossFit Austin with some parting words…
Not all crossfit gyms are created equal. CFA is about family, community and love. I have never worked out with such a diverse and supportive group of humans. I’m going to keep referring people until I get stock options
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