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This group right here, I find myself feeling overwhelmed….The Masters Comp was a huge success today. And not just from a podium perspective (we had10 people standing on the podium with 4 division winners!). There is so much more to take away from a day like today than where you stood in the rankings. Some were hoping to win, some were hoping to not finish last, some were just hoping to not lose control of their bowels before the first event. Everyone was scared they might not meet their expectations. It would have been easy to duck out on these challenges and watch from the sidelines. But as our mentor James Fitzgerald of OPEX Fitness says “enlightenment comes from suffering”. Expectations are yours, you create them, you decide to attempt to fullfill them. There is a certain “awareness” that happens when you push yourself to the breaking point. In that moment, there are no bills to pay, no sick family members, no troubled kids, no corporate competition. There is only you, your body, your breath, and trying to hang on. Going that far to edge of discomfort is not something normal people do. It is what makes every person in this picture special. We make a point of not being proud of your accomplishments. Those are yours. But I will say, we are proud to have the opportunity to work with each of you. So where next? While I am quoting our man James…”Onwards and Upwards”, that’s where! – PK
Retweeted Amanda Kloo (@kloo_amanda): Good luck, have fun, &smash it @CrossFit_77 Masters! Can you hear me cheering?! CHEER! #garagegames2015 #77family #paulkleinismyhero
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