As you may know, CrossFit 818's two year anniversary is coming up in March and the past couple of years have been a wonderful time of growth and success. In opening this gym, my goal was to provide my members (you!) with an environment that promoted good health and fantastic fitness. As someone who has been involved with CrossFit for many years, I had seen many different CrossFit gyms, each with it's own unique style. I knew that at my facility, I would first and foremost design the program to best serve each of you. That's why I incorporated small, capped classes with an emphasis on individual and personalized attention. I also made myself and my coaches available to you all seven days a week in order to allow for real-time communication regarding your health and fitness needs. I hope that in all of this, CrossFit 818 has met and exceeded your expectations. As always, I'm available to each and everyone of you to answer any questions, suggestions, or concerns you may have about your time here at CrossFit 818.
Having said all that, it saddens me to announce that today CrossFit 818 parts ways with Chris and Annie Mello. While I understand that this news comes as a surprise, the decision was made mutually and amicably, and was determined to be in the best interest of all parties involved. I want to take this opportunity to sincerely thank Chris and Annie (and Rambo!) for everything they have done for CrossFit 818 over the past 20 months and I would hope that you would join me in wishing them the best of luck in their future endeavors.
I'm sure many of you will have questions regarding the details and I'll be happy to respond to each and everyone of you in person or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Armen, the dedicated Coaching Development Program participants, and I remain committed to providing you with the highest level of service and we assure you that CrossFit 818 will continue to be the best option for health and fitness development in the area.
Keep an eye out for even more exciting changes to our program, which will be announced in the coming weeks.
Thank you for your patronage and I look forward to working with each of you to help you meet all of your fitness and health goals.
1 minute Row (Calories)
1 minute Shoulder-to-Overhead (95/65)
*rest 15 seconds between transitions.
*Score is total reps + calories
Posted by Zareh.