Community

Kicking off the summer season by paying our respects to those who gave their all and participating in the “Murph” challenge, I was so very happy to so many of our community participating.

Judd, Michaela and I are always talking about our community, and how we can focus on building a strong, thriving community. I fully believe that it’s organic. It starts from the moment a member(new or long time) walks through the front door. It’s greeting you by name and having a conversation. A simple gesture goes a long way. That greeting could mean the world to someone that’s had a terrible day, or going through some personal challenge. Think about the days you’ve struggled and how a simple act of kindness or acknowledgement helped you get through it.

Our community will continue to grow, evolve and change throughout the days, weeks, months and years. Be open to being a part of that process. Think of ways you can help foster the sense of community within our box, but more importantly..in life. We appreciate each and everyone of you and look forward to continually building a vibrant, thriving, caring, supportive CrossFit Silicon Valley community.

Mahalo and a hui hou

Ron

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"imi ola"- To Seek Life

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“imi ola” in Hawaiian means “To Seek Life”.

This morning I took a moment just to reflect on the journey leading up to our pending “grand opening”.

The 4 months of working out at the pop up location showed me how resilient, how dedicated, and how patient our community is.

My journey to CrossFit is not much different than most of you. I was seeking something that could challenge me and push me to uncover the best version of myself. Take a moment to think about what really brought you to CrossFit.

Often times Judd, Michaela and I are looking at the box and how we can make it better, how can we improve our communities experience, and more importantly how do we grow our community. I sit here this morning and think about what made me come back after my first WOD. It was the people in the 6am class. The first person I met was Abraham, and he pushed and encouraged me from that first 6am class and continues to do so. Although our 6am breakfast club group is different and growing again I still fondly remember that first 6am class.

Take a moment to think about our day to day actions. Are you just going through the motions? Can you honestly say you’re striving to build the better version of yourself…mentally, emotionally, and physically? Can you change your lens and become “Imi ola”? We believe you can.

Mahalo Nui Loa

Coach Ron