Sign ups are through the roof! At the time of writing this we have 108 signups. The PM holds a slight lead with 52% of the total but we still have a week to go. As the sign ups keep pouring in (where you at AM?) you might be wondering: why am I signing up? how do you even win this thing?!Read More
2019 District CrossFit Open: New Year, New Twist
Another year, another Open. This will be our 5th year trying to find a way to take a global competition and make it meaningful for our four walls in Southwest DC. This year, we want to try something that morphs the good parts and eliminates the less desirable elements. For 2019, we’ll be combining two of our favorite DCF events.Read More
Before we get into the nitty gritty of what the conditioning programming looks like I want to address some concerns a few members brought to my attention this week.
Does Programming Matter?
It seems a few people thought I was saying that programming doesn’t matter. Let me say unequivocally that I don’t think that nor did I say that. I do, however, also unequivocally think that it is, in fact, overrated. Why do I think that?Read More
The most consistent questions comments and/or concerns (ok...all the alliteration ends now) we’ve received over the past few weeks are “whats going on the with the programming?”
Sometimes it’s phrased as “I don’t like these workouts...what’s up with them?” and other times it’s kinda like “hey I’d like to know more about what and why we’re doing what we’re doing.” Both of those are perfectly fair. So this is my attempt to explain how the sausage gets made.Read More
Nick Espinoza has been named DCF’s Athlete of the Month for December!Read More
The results are in! Thanks for taking the time to answer our survey and even more for taking the time to read this. We’re trying to be more regular checking in with you guys to see what you want and what we can do better. But just a friendly reminder that we are always open to feedback via email and honestly when it comes out of the blue it’s always more impactful and moved to the top of the priority list.Read More