110427 – Wednesday

  • NEW CLASSES! Starting next Monday, 5/2, we’re adding a Level 1 CrossFit class on Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 7am! Now all you morning Volts & Vixens can get more of your fundamentals on!!! Yeah buddy.
  • This week we’re shining the athlete spotlight on Jackie T! She’s been training with us for about a year now and finally got her very first pull up on Friday! We’re super proud of her…now show her some CFHV love!

Jackie at the top of another Thurster!

Hometown: Newark, Ca
Age: 27
Occupation: Criminal Justice Student at CSULA/Server
When did you start crossfitting at CFHV? April 2010
Favorite W.O.D.: Angie
Least Favorite W.O.D.: The one we just did this past Friday. It sucked. 

Tell us about your fitness and or athletic background before CrossFitting. Before CrossFit I played soccer for about 16 years and ran Track and Field. I’ve always been athletic throughout my life. I definitely miss playing soccer, but CrossFit is amazing. I love it. We should start a CrossFit soccer team!!!

How did you find about CrossFit? What was your first W.O.D. like? I have a few friends that are into CrossFit, and work out at CrossFit One World,  and they were the ones that first introduced it to me. My first WOD at the gym was Fran, and I thought I was going to die after that. I came home and thought to myself, “What have I gotten myself into?” But I stuck to it, and now Fran and I are good friends. =)

What are your CrossFit goals? At first it was to lose weight, but now that has changed. Now I want to master double unders and perform every benchmark WOD RX’d.

Who’s your favorite member to sweat with? Everyone and anyone, but Carly is always really good with keeping me focused and keeping me moving, even if I want to rest for a bit. YOU’RE AWESOME CARLY!

Since joining CFHV, what can you do now that you never thought you would ever be able to do?

I can now say I can do a pull up and that is awesome!!!! I’ve never been able to do one before. What an amazing feeling!!! 

What kind of changes have you noticed in your life since joining the CFHV family? I’m so much stronger now, and have more energy. I feel better about myself, and I feel like I can do so much when it comes to my fitness goals. It’s a wonderful feeling.

Tell us about your experience with the community of CFHV. It’s amazing. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of people to share a workout with. Everyone is extremely nice and encouraging to everyone. We are all from different backgrounds but share a common goal in fitness. I’ve meet some amazing people, and look forward to meeting more amazing people as the gym is growing.

What is one of your favorite memories at CFHV? My first WOD ever, it was so terrifying and hard, but it’s one of my favorite memories, because it was a start of new things to come. Yeah, I know, that sounds cheesy. =)

What’s your best advice for someone starting at CFHV? CrossFit is awesome!!! It works I promise, if you don’t believe me, then look at all the awesomely fit people that workout at our gym, then you’ll want to be a part of this badass community.

Monday’s WOD’s:

All Levels:

A1. Thrusters (100/65#)

3-6-9-12-15

A2. Chest to Bar Pull Ups

3-6-9-12-15

B. 7 Min AMRAP

3-6-9-12-15-18-21…

Push Ups (Upscale to Ring Dips)

Goblet Squats

Level 1 CrossFit

WOD: 15 Minute AMRAP

3-6-9-12-15-18…

Push Ups

Goblet Squat

Pull Ups

  • NEW CLASSES! Starting next Monday, 5/2, we’re adding a Level 1 CrossFit class on Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 7am! Now all you morning Volts & Vixens can get more of your fundamentals on!!! Yeah buddy.
  • This week we’re shining the athlete spotlight on Jackie T! She’s been training with us for about a year now and finally got her very first pull up on Friday! We’re super proud of her…now show her some CFHV love!

Jackie at the top of another Thurster!

Hometown: Newark, Ca
Age: 27
Occupation: Criminal Justice Student at CSULA/Server
When did you start crossfitting at CFHV? April 2010
Favorite W.O.D.: Angie
Least Favorite W.O.D.: The one we just did this past Friday. It sucked. 

Tell us about your fitness and or athletic background before CrossFitting. Before CrossFit I played soccer for about 16 years and ran Track and Field. I’ve always been athletic throughout my life. I definitely miss playing soccer, but CrossFit is amazing. I love it. We should start a CrossFit soccer team!!!

How did you find about CrossFit? What was your first W.O.D. like? I have a few friends that are into CrossFit, and work out at CrossFit One World,  and they were the ones that first introduced it to me. My first WOD at the gym was Fran, and I thought I was going to die after that. I came home and thought to myself, “What have I gotten myself into?” But I stuck to it, and now Fran and I are good friends. =)

What are your CrossFit goals? At first it was to lose weight, but now that has changed. Now I want to master double unders and perform every benchmark WOD RX’d.

Who’s your favorite member to sweat with? Everyone and anyone, but Carly is always really good with keeping me focused and keeping me moving, even if I want to rest for a bit. YOU’RE AWESOME CARLY!

Since joining CFHV, what can you do now that you never thought you would ever be able to do?

I can now say I can do a pull up and that is awesome!!!! I’ve never been able to do one before. What an amazing feeling!!! 

What kind of changes have you noticed in your life since joining the CFHV family? I’m so much stronger now, and have more energy. I feel better about myself, and I feel like I can do so much when it comes to my fitness goals. It’s a wonderful feeling.

Tell us about your experience with the community of CFHV. It’s amazing. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of people to share a workout with. Everyone is extremely nice and encouraging to everyone. We are all from different backgrounds but share a common goal in fitness. I’ve meet some amazing people, and look forward to meeting more amazing people as the gym is growing.

What is one of your favorite memories at CFHV? My first WOD ever, it was so terrifying and hard, but it’s one of my favorite memories, because it was a start of new things to come. Yeah, I know, that sounds cheesy. =)

What’s your best advice for someone starting at CFHV? CrossFit is awesome!!! It works I promise, if you don’t believe me, then look at all the awesomely fit people that workout at our gym, then you’ll want to be a part of this badass community.

Monday’s WOD’s:

All Levels:

A1. Thrusters (100/65#)

3-6-9-12-15

A2. Chest to Bar Pull Ups

3-6-9-12-15

B. 7 Min AMRAP

3-6-9-12-15-18-21…

Push Ups (Upscale to Ring Dips)

Goblet Squats

Level 1 CrossFit

WOD: 15 Minute AMRAP

3-6-9-12-15-18…

Push Ups

Goblet Squat

Pull Ups

  • Friday. 6pm. Final Sectional WOD. Be there.
  • The theme is “nerds”. Have fun with this one. We will be giving our prizes for best costume, top score of the night, and crowning the ‘Fittest Guy & Girl’ in Burbank!
  • Finally, remember our new 7am Level 1 classes start this coming Monday…at 7am (Monday, Wednesday, Friday).

Even in the 80’s, people had heart!

Finally, we all know that Coach Tyler has been out since his foot surgery, and it’ll be a few months until he’s cleared to lift or coach…but just like the awesome Volt that he is, he’s turned his injury into positive energy for you all. He wrote this for us…check it out and post thoughts to comments.

-What inspires and drives an individual to overcome? To pick up that bar? To jump back on that box? What motivates and propels someone forward? What is the point in starting the next set when you only have time on the clock for one more rep? After the 3-2-1-Go, what’s keeps you going? Is is someone you’re trying to impress? Is it the coach hollerin’ at you? Finally, is it an external influence or does it come within?

If I were asked what it means to have “heart” … I’d describe someone that doesn’t give up, regardless of his circumstances. Most importantly, someone with ‘heart’ has tuned into that inner voice and engages in a positive internal dialogue which both inspires and compels ultimately urging them to continue. This voice pours out of them, roaring out of their chest like the well fueled flames of a furnace. Every breath of that athlete manifests those flames, as if they were breathing fire. A positive internal dialogue can have a profound impact on an individual’s life and can be a huge asset when performing you daily WOD.

So the next time your find yourself burning out, listen to that invigorating voice inside and get going! Be “Fire Breathers” Volts and Vixens!

Tuesday’s WOD:

All Levels

A. 3x 400 Meter Run, 1:1 Rest.

B. 12 Min AMRAP

3-6-9-12…

DB Power Snatch

Sit Ups

Double Unders

Level 1 CrossFit

Skill: Sumo Deadlift High Pull

WOD: 15 Min AMRAP

3-6-9-12…

SDLHP

Sit Ups

Back Extensions