Saturday, September 26, 2009

Fight Gone Bad Pictures

Congratulations to all the athletes who participated in the Fight Gone Bad fund raiser! You guys rocked this workout! I'm so proud of your heart and drive to train for such a difficult event and then perform with outstanding effort. Thanks for supporting Athletes for a Cure and the Wounded Warrior Project, your contributions matter! We are proud to have each one of you as part of the CrossFit Central family. - Coach Heather

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Fight Gone Bad Update

Come to packet pick up Friday between 4pm-7pm @ CrossFit @ RunTex on Lake Austin Blvd. to pick up important information about this weekend's event, get your athlete event bag, and find out your start time. (Detailed information is below)

If you cannot make it to the packet pick up, late check in & late packet pick up will be Saturday morning 7:00am - 7:30am @ The Long Center

This year's event will feature tons of free giveaways, a Live DJ, local Austin vendors, a kids play area sponsored by 1379, and performances by Regan High School Drum Line!

Thursday, September 10, 2009

CrossFit Teens Set Dead Lift PRs

CrossFit Teen Josh, 13 years old, set a new Dead Lift PR.....135 pounds!!!!

CrossFit Teen Ethan who is 11 years old and weighs 68 pounds set a new Personal Record in the Dead Lift....85 pounds!!!!!

Friday, September 4, 2009

Fight Gone Practice at CFKids/Teens

Our CrossFit Kids and CrossFit Teens classes each got more Fight Gone Bad practice this week. We will have one more practice on Monday, September 21st in preparation for the Fight Gone Bad Fundraiser on September 26th. If your child is in a CFKids boot camp and wants to come participate in the practice for FGB, they are very welcome. Please contact Coach Heather for more information.

Sign up for the Fight Gone Bad Fundraiser to benefit Wounded Warriors and Athletes for Cure at Kids need to raise only $25 to particiapte! See you there on Saturday morning September 26th.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Blast off Kids Nutrition Game...

Look at this!!!
A video game that teaches kids about good nutrition. You have to fuel up with the right foods and activities to blast off!....
Check it out!

MyPyramid food plans are designed for the general public ages 2 and over; they are not therapeutic diets. Those with a specific health condition should consult with a health care provider for a dietary plan that is right for them.