Monthly Archives: September 2015


Join us for yoga tonight. If you’re a member, bring a friend for free anytime to yoga!

Bryan and Courtney succeeded in getting over 9,000 swings in October! Bryan got 11,000 most of which were with a 70 pounder. Great job you two! We need to find a gold belt to hang up somewhere; any ideas?

Awesome work yesterday. It was a lot of Fun!

6 rounds. A round begins every 6 minutes.

  • 1 strict pull up
  • 3 TTB
  • 5 kipping pull ups
  • 10 push ups
  • 10 pistols
  • run 400

Express Class Change

The morning Express Class is changing from 11:15 to 11:00am and will end around 11:45. Childcare will be provided for the foreseeable future every day at this time. Also, keep in mind, if you get off early, you can always come to the 4:15 class if you’re a regular member.

Great work this past Saturday as a great time was had by all.


Handstand/handstand walk skill work


5 Rounds:
20 KB SDHP 70/53
20 sit ups

Olympic Lifting Meet and Cookout

Kevin’s put this together for all of us so be sure to tell him thank you. The O-lifting meet will start tomorrow around 11. Come check it out, it’ll be fun. We’re going to hang out afterward and have grill some burgs and throw some cornhole. We will provide the meet and meat, but please feel free to bring a side, drink, or dessert if you care too.

If you come to the 11am class, it will just be an open gym.

10am might look a lot like football, but we can decide when people arrive.


Tomorrow we have a lifting meet and a cookout. Come join us and check it out! Meet will start around 11 and cookout with cornhole after! See you there!


Five rounds for time of:
400 meter run
95 pound Overhead squat, 15 reps



As most of you know, Evelyn will be shortly moving to Ohio. It’s been a pleasure to have her as part of our team since we’ve opened up. She’s motivated, insightful, creative, and hard-working.

We are going to La Margarita after the 5pm class to send her off. Join us if you can. She picked her favorite workout for the day: Wittman (see below, and good luck).

We recently took a member survey and I’d like to share the positive feedback that Evelyn received.

Here’s what you all said:

she’s personable, easy to talk to, great motivator

Evelyn is very good at recognizing bad form and teaching and correcting good form. I can always rely on her to notice when I need to correct a movement. She also has a great personality and is always positive.

Evelyn is the most vocal about providing feedback and breaking down movements.

She does a great job pushing us to try new things and accomplish things we never thought we could.

Evelyn is great at motivating people.

Very encouraging and supportive.

Only had Evelyn a few times but she is aggressive and energetic at getting people to work! She sets a high standard of enthusiasm.

Wonderful at leading mobility and teaching proper form.

Evelyn always goes over the movements in great detail at the start of the class to ensure proper technique. Evelyn is a tough coach, she motivates me a lot. Sometimes she is a little “tough love.” I don’t think that’s a real criticism because the coach shouldn’t be your friend during the workouts but she is definitely the most direct and tough on you in regards to working as hard as you can and finishing.

She is clearly passionate about helping others improve.

very knowledgeable. she can say a bunch of big muscular system stuff. if she could provide a smoothie after each class..I’d come more.

Great at personally connecting with athletes.

Great-sweet and great with technique

Evelyn is great, knows her stuff, is motivating, and leads the class well. I really like how she will focus on each student throughout the class.

I love love love Evelyn. She is AMAZING at form improvement, calling people on BS and encouraging.

great motivator

Technique and motivation.


Seven rounds for time of:
1.5/1 pood Kettlebell swing (American), 15 reps
9565 pound Power clean, 15 reps
15 Box jumps, 24/20″ box

What’s better than a bunch of KB swings? More KB swings….

About Wittman:


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U.S. Army Sergeant Jeremiah Wittman, 26, of Darby, Montana, assigned to the 1st Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, based out of Fort Carson, Colorado, was killed on February 13, 2010, when insurgents attacked his unit with a roadside bomb in Zhari province, Afghanistan. He is survived by his daughters Miah and Ariauna, wife Karyn, siblings Robert H., Charity, Jenell, and Natasha, father Robert, and mother Cynthia Church.


Strength/Skill repeat from last week

1a) 4X5 GH Raise

1b) 4X1 BTN Jerk + 1 Heaving Snatch Balance + 1 OHS (“close to” Jerk grip for all – no Snatch grip) – work to a max for the complex


5 rounds of:

Run 200m
12 thrusters 95/65
rest :30

Bye y’all!

Hi guys! Just wanted to officially say adios to all of the Infiltrate members and crew. This Friday, September 25th, will be my last day coaching as we are moving to Cleveland. Go…Cavs…???

Collin has landed a really great job…ask him about it when you see him in class this week. Thursday 5:00pm will be our last WOD. Hope to see you guys there.

Thank you all for an awesome year. It’s truly been a pleasure!!