Real life experiences from CrossFit Shift.
November 19, 2013
I tried all sorts of other programs anything from P90X to Insanity they where fun at first then got really repetitive and I would never finish them. I started Crossfit on my own in November of 2011, Josh, Kris, Joe, and Matt came into the school that worked at and introduced the football team to it. I started working out with the Football team, but I could stand getting beat by a bunch of high school students. I convinced one of friends to join me after the football team would finish their workout. We started with workouts off the main site, and saw minimal improvements. Then Josh finally convinced me to come out to the box. The first day there was intimidating but to see how much every buddy loves each other makes it very inviting, at the box it’s more then just a gym it’s a family. Josh, Joe, Dan, Kris, and Matt make it a point to know your name and they really care about your goals. they are what trainers should be. I can’t thank you guys enough. I started my crossfit journey at 5’4 260 lbs i am down 20 pounds and I am not looking back. Josh, Kris, Joe, Matt, and Dan thank you guys, you saved my life.
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November 19, 2013
As many of you know I am not the person in our family who post on facebook or who gives my opinion very often however I am compelled to in this situation.Just before Christmas Neal and I; as we do very often, were enjoying dinner and a few adult beverages with the Millers. Neal mentioned to Dan what great shape Dan was in and that he (Neal) needed to get into better shape. Before the evening ended Dan had convinced Neal to try Crossfit. Little did we know that when Neal signed up that Denny, Karen and i were also signing up. Dan and Josh are so passionate; knowledgeable and concerned about good health. They are awesome trainers. They have asked me to do some workouts that I would not ever believe I could do; in fact while I am doing the workout I cannot believe that I am actually able to do it and on the way home I usually rejoice that I was able to complete the workout. I feel such a great sense of accomplishment with each workout. I am not an exercise freak, or a runner or a strict dieter. I have to tell you that since we have joined the Crossfit family if I miss a day I feel guilty. If I do not eat what I should I feel awful. And I found out that I am very competitive. The best news is I am stronger that I have ever been and even better I am wearing the smallest clothes that I have worn in years.
Please join the crossfit shift family. You will be so happy that you did.