Crossfit Games 2018

Click HERE to learn more about the Official 2018 Crossfit Games, as well as our own CFTA Open Challenge.


February Challenge *** extended to the end of March

500m row for time. Post your results on the white board in the gym. Men’s and women’s winner will receive a prize!

Men’s and women’s divisions are broken into two weight classes;
Men’s over 165# and under 165#
Women’s over 135# and under 135#
This in accordance with on water and indoor rowing regulations for competition. Please have someone witness your row and set the erg to “count down” if you don’t know how to do this, ask a coach. 

Good luck!



Open Gym

 Open Gym times are Saturday and Sunday from 9-11 AM and

Monday from 3:30-5:30 PM.


CrossFit classes

Monday and Wednesday 6:15 am, 7:45 am, 6 pm

Tuesday and Thursday 7:45 am

Friday 7 am and 6 pm

Saturday 8 am


Boot Camp

Class times are Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday at 11:00 am. Tuesday & Thursday at 6:00 pm. Sign up online for a 1 time drop in class for $15 or a 10 punch card for $140.  

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WOD Monday, March 1, 2010

Buy in: RS
Wod: A CrossFit Classic, "Fran"!

        For Time,

21-15-9 reps of:

Thrusters (95/65)

Pull ups

Strength:5x3 push jerk

Cash out:PNF


Your CrossFit Story

Many CrossFitters have a story to tell about how they got hooked on CF and how it has impacted their lives. Here is my version:

My very first CrossFit workout was one of the (nasty) "girls" named Eva:

5 rounds of: 800m run, (30) 70# KB swings & (30) pull-ups

To this day, I believe it is the hardest CrossFit workout of all, and I think I have done most of the ugly epic ones. It took me almost 45 minutes and I had trouble moving for a couple of days afterward.

But somehow, all that hurt was a good thing. I was hooked and started following the CrossFit Main Site workouts. After about two weeks, the soreness had gone from debilitating to just annoying.

After four weeks, I could feel an improvement in how I felt doing the things I liked to do, like cross country skiing, and running. I not only felt stronger, but I also felt like my aerobic capacity had improved. That was something completely unexpected.

The main reason I was doing CrossFit was to build strength and flexibility so I could continue to enjoy those endurance sports as long as possible. At age 50, I was constantly nursing a couple of nagging over-use injuries, so I was willing to trade off some performance if it helped me stay healthier.

I gave up doing skiing and running intervals and cut back quite a bit of the volume. Somehow, that crazy CrossFit stuff more than made up for the difference. As I learned more about CrossFit, I began to understand the "why" behind this phenomenon, and the explanation mirrored the way I felt.

We have a very diverse group of members in CrossFit Thin Air. Some come from an athletic background, and some not. All of us have a reason why CrossFit has clicked with us. What is your story?

Email me and I will share it right here!


WOD Friday, February 26, 2010

Buy In:  RS

WOD:  5 rounds for time
  15 ball slams (45/30)
  20 lunges each leg
  25 sit ups

Cash Out:  Oly workout

 5 rounds - increase weight if possible

    3 x clean, don't put bar down on last rep, then:
    3 x front squat   


WOD: 2 person teams, 1 at a time, 4 rds
          run 100
          10 thrusters
          10 DL


WOD Thursday, February 25, 2010

Buy In: RS

WOD:  For Time, 25-20-25-10-5 reps of:

Sit Up
Push Up
Knees to Elbow
95/65 Stiff legged deadlift

Cash Out:  Skill Work
butterfly pull ups (watch video)
5 x 3 practice movements (increasing the ampltude of the BFK circles if possible)


WOD Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Buy In: No RS today, instead we will do the following KB warm up:

  1 min Swings
  1 min 1 foot circles
  1 min figure 8
  1 min 1 foot circles
  1 min stiff deadlift
  4 each side Turkish Get up

WOD:  5 rounds
  15 box jumps
  15 Thrusters (45/65)
  150 m run

Cash Out: Oly Work,  3 rounds - increase weight each round if possible:

 3 hang clean + 1 push press
 3 below knees clean + 1 push jerk
 3 power clean + 1 split jerk


WOD: 10 min AMRAP
          8 burpees
          4 box kip pull ups
          8 dips