Crossfit of Fremont


June 21, 2010


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Perfection does not exist. To understand this is the triumph of human intelligence; to expect to possess it is the most dangerous kind of madness.

Hey Brian it's alex trainer at oneworld. You guys seals going to afghani, well send me your address and I'd love to send you all some shirts you can rep out there!

Great post. About a few weeks ago, I was hearing rumblings about my programming, and rightfully so. After speaking with my fellow colleagues, we came to an agreement that I was stick in 'Games' mode and trying to be elaborate and challenge them in ways they've never seen before. I lost sight of the reason why they're here. I meant well with it, but it was a great learning experience and let everyone around me know that only through constructive criticism, am I going to be the coach I want to be. Since then we've adopted some new ideas, tweaked our programming, let people know what the changes are and why, and so far everyone is totally diggin it.
It stung a little for a few seconds, but I immediately began to look at it as a positive, and since then we've been rocking.
Thanks Freddy for reminding me that one must check their ego not only as an athlete, but especially when leading others. I look forward to becoming even better, I still have so much to learn. And I can't wait.

I have never left a comment before but I have bee following this website for at least 2 years now. I have come to combine this site and in order to succeed at our goals. We have read your posts and workouts and have never seen anything so helkpful. A few peers and myself are about to deploy overseas and would love to support in anyway possible. we love the site and hope to keep in touch!

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