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I originally started Crossfitting in 2007. An injury to my shoulder curtailed my beach body lifting routine and i needed something different to stay in shape. A friend suggested Crossfit and i was hooked after my first workout (Murph). Originally i did the WODs on my own in a Gold’s Gym but lack of equipment, and training led me to join a local affiliate. The difference between training alone and with a group of like minded knowledgable people is too vast to describe. My evolution as a Crossfitter has taken me to getting my Cert 1 and competing in the Open in 2011, but more importantly it has brought me into contact with a community of some of the best people i have ever known. As i look back on my first Spartan Race, mud runs, obstacle runs and simply crushing memorial WODs (Coal Miner Memorial WOD look it up) i always think to myself “What in the hell are they going to get me into next” and i know there is no place else i would rather be or people i would rather be living this life with. Crossfit is more than just a strength and conditioning program. It is a mental attitude and a community.