I’m just a few months away from my 1 year anniversary at Crossfit Southie and I’ll be the first to attest that I may not attend as often as most. Twice per week is about as much as my schedule allows. Trust me, I would go daily if I could and when I do go, I try my best to give it my ‘all’.
In my own effort to compensate (in part) for my absence, I wear my Crossfit Southie wrist band on my stethoscope. Every time I exam a patient I think of where I’d like to be. It motivates me to practice in my profession like I’m doing a WOD (thankfully WODs are not 12 hour days!). Reading posts over the last year I realize that Crossfit infiltrating into other aspect of my life isn’t unique. It seems more like a common link that most, if not all, relate to.
It’s a great thing. My family (except for my oldest son) is sick and tired of my yammering about Crossfit. I’d say, a small price to pay for my health and happiness. I owe it all to you, the coaches and the amazing crossfit southie community. Ab Pectore!
15 Kettlebell Swings (2,1.5)
Level 2 (1.5,1)
Level 1 (1,.75)