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  • Reduce injury, illness and disease

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CROSSFIT KIDS SUMMER SCHEDULE

  “Summer” Team Invaders Our Summer CrossFit Kids…
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Stand Up Paddle Boarding and Barbecue

Saturday July, 23rd from 1-6PM Huntington Stand-up…
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Coaches's Notes: Board Press

EliteFTS.com: Board 101
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"The key to success is playing the hand you were dealt like…
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DON'T BE THE PERSON WHO SPENDS THE FIRST HALF OF THEIR LIFE…
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"You build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close…

Forging Elite Fitness!

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“Each time I push myself to get better and better”

Paul is a NYC police officer and has been with us for over a year now.  The change in lifestyle was simply eating better and training 5-6 hours a week.   “I became more conscious about what I was eating and became more knowledgeable about food. I train 5 times a week and each time I push myself to get better and better”.

Paul Laurino
Police Officer
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“Instead of posting what I have lost (inches, dress sizes, pounds).... I want to focus on what I have gained....Confidence, Strength, Challenge, Determination, Patience, Diligence, and Community.”

New Year’s Eve (13-14) I made a commitment to myself to join a gym (and go), better my nutrition, and stop hiding in my apartment. A google search of gyms in Bellmore lead me to a few hits and on Jan 1, 2014 I ventured to check them out. My last stop was CrossFit Invasion. As I looked into the gym I said “oh I am not going in there, these people are crazy!” I walked around trying to sneakily peer through the windows and eventually talked myself into walking in. Staring in fear at the ropes, rigs, weights, etc. I had no idea what CrossFit was but I was suddenly intrigued….I signed up for an assessment (which I swear I thought might kill me) and then signed up for a 4 week trial. I showed up for my first basic training class, scared out of my mind, surrounded by strangers, praying I wouldn’t chicken out. Completely out of my comfort zone, alone, wearing sneakers, and wearing gym clothes…WHAT?! I watched others do sit ups, pull ups, and push ups without really struggling, the coaches modified everything for me…I wanted to cry but I reminded myself that Rome wasn’t built in day and I had to push through. I tried to keep quiet about my years as a dancer, feeling that that body, flexibility, and strength were long gone. With the amazing guidance of the coaches I started getting stronger. I was in shock – omg I can do THIS and MORE! My body remembered strength, flexibilty, and graceful execution! Instead of posting what I have lost (inches, dress sizes, pounds)…. I want to focus on what I have gained….Confidence, Strength, Challenge, Determination, Patience, Diligence, and Community. I have benefitted so much from the commitment the coaches give, I have learned so much and look forward to learning so much more. This  would not be complete without acknowledging and thanking the amazing community – you guys are awesome! It is inspiring to be a part of such an encouraging, fun, and hard working group of people and I look forward to all of us reaching new goals ! Thank you for making me a part of such an incredible community!

Adrienne Calleja