Sunday October 29, 2017
CF Kids:JV(6-12 years)11:00-11:35am
This Tuesday is Halloween, if you want to show up in costume we encourage it and would love to get lots of pics. We are also participating in the Haloween walk where kids will be coming
Wednesday November 22, AM classes only-No CF Kids/No Open Gym
Thursday November 23, Team WOD 8:00am-10:30am
Friday Novemebr 24, Regular Schedule
October/ November has seen many changes at CFB. If you haven’t seen her around the Box shadowing some of us, please welcome Liz Metcalf as the newest addition to the CFB staff/family. Liz comes to us highly regarded and highly credentialed with her CrossFit L2, CrossFit Kids, Olympic Lifting and other fitness credentials. She is going to be a tremendous addition to our team as she brings a new perspective and new insight to your training. Liz has a passion and love for training others, especially CrossFit. Liz says, “There is nothing more rewarding than helping someone reach their true potential. Movement is so important to overall health, but CrossFit is about much more than that. This program is so unique in it offers life-long support, commitment and community to every single person; not just for physical fitness but in all aspects of life.” We are proud and happy to have Liz a part of the team.
Conversely, we must say good-bye to Irene and Sam. Irene has moved to the North side and we wish her all the best in her new endeavors up there. She has taken a position at CrossFit Park Ridge, so if you are ever up that way go see her, I know she will be happy to see a friendly South side face.
We also say good-bye to Sammy this month. Sam joined us in October 2013 when we were on Western and has matured with CFB into an amazing coach. It has been a pleasure to watch Sam grow into the athlete and coach he has turned in to. With his kind heart and empathetic approach to coaching Sam has has impacted so many of us with his personality, character and somtimes horrible selections of Pandora stations. There will certainly be a void with his departure, but we wish him nothing but the best as he pursues his dreams and goals.
Save the date!! CFB Anniversary Party/Christmas Party. Friday December 8; 7:00pm to sometime in the early hours of December 9. CFB is proud to anounce moving forward into our 7th year and want to share this milestone with all of you, our athletes. As usual this will be a catered affair with open bar. We hope you block your calendar and plan to attend.
Pure Indoor Cycling has taken over the back room with 15 bikes. For those who are looking to try a different cardio program with cold weather coming or for a Sunday morning activity they offer many sessions through the week and 3 on Sunday. They are running a great Groupon deal if you want to give them a try.
If you are on Facebook and not yet a part of our Community Chat page please reques to be added to the group. The CrossFit Beverly Community Chat Page is a great resource for CFB info, banter and community.
We would love to get positive “Athlete Testimonials” to post on the CFB Page. We want to share our community to all who can participate and your testimonials are so important in giving people confidence to come through our doors. If you have some free time and have good things to say about your CFB experience, please jot it down. We would love to share it. Thanks in advance.
PARENTS:Please, please keep an eye on your children if you bring them to the box. We understand sitting in the lobby is no fun for them, but this is a safety issue. Barbells come down hard from overhead and can not be stopped even if a child runs out onto the floor. The staff is not responsible for keeping your children in the lobby area and should not have to police them.
Also, please clean up after your children. The coaches are not babysitters or maids for your kids. If you bring food/drink for you children please be accountable for it before you leave. This request is no different than asking you to put away equipment and should not fall on the staff. We are between two restaurants and we do not want to draw rodents into our space.