ENDURANCE SCAVENGER HUNT On Saturday June 2nd, join us for the Invictus Boston Endurance Scavenger hunt. We will meet at St. James at 8:30am and kick the event off at 9am. From there, you and your team will have 3 hours to complete all the assigned tasks on the list and return to Tasty Burger.
By Nate Gagnon About ten years ago, I was reading a book and came across the word “Kairos.” I didn’t know what the word meant at the time, so I looked up the definition; this definition inspired me to go on a road trip around the country which lasted about a month and a half.
By Gino Escalante So you want to be good at CrossFit? That’s great! I will assume that if you are reading this with that goal in mind then you have taken lifting classes already. You’ve also gone to gymnastics class, and endurance class, and mastered all of the fundamentals. You may have even climbed Mount
By Bern Prince This is an amazing time of year to be a sports fan! We have filled in our NCAA March Madness brackets, opening day for baseball is upon us, the Masters Golf Tournament is in full swing and the NBA playoffs are rapidly approaching. Many of you participated in the CrossFit Open, a
By Jessa Lemoine Change is hard. Think about all the little things that you do, probably subconsciously, as part of your daily routine. Now imagine changing just one of those things. It requires a conscious effort to replace a habit with something different, whether it is a thought or action. I never realized how much
By Briana Hamilton Sooooooo this is my first blog post ever, and it may or may not have been more fitting to title this article “What the hell do you know?” referring to myself of course. It may please you to know that I understand not all people enjoy sports and CrossFit as much as
By Chase Devine Starting about 4 years ago now I discovered CrossFit. I would spend an immense amount of time analyzing the Crossfit.com workouts and the athletes doing them, watching their every move. I would watch videos of them doing workouts at the Games and at their gym. The biggest question I always asked myself
By Justin Wright When setting goals, two things become critical with regard to the wording used in our definitions. For starters, we must be incredibly specific: vague language or ambiguous concepts will make it difficult to adhere to proper timelines with the things you want to accomplish. This is one of the criteria for the
Why do we go to the gym? Physical development is at the heart of it all. Whether we hope to feel better, look better, or have a palpable sense of improvement in our lives, we all pursue these goals by developing our physical capacities. With that said, it’s critical to understand that