Two weeks ago I posted about my experience at the Hassle Free Open and how I believe I did well even when sick because I was able to mentally keep calm. I actually had another (recipe) post ready to go for this week, but after training today, I felt so incline to write this post. So if you decide to keep reading, it will probably be just a rant.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Friday, March 21, 2014
During my trip back home last Fall, we went to Kauai to hike the famous Na Pali Coast on the North Shore. The Kalalau Trail is 11-miles long and ends at the beautiful Kalalau Beach, which is only accessible with a permit by the hike or by boat. This is one of the most famous hikes in the world and I'm so glad we made it there and back safely! Crossing the infamous sea cliffs was the scariest moment of my life, to date. That being said, the Na Pali Coast is hands down the most beautiful place I've ever seen, and hence making every bit of the hike so worth it.
I've been meaning to write this post for awhile. I thought about it this past weekend since it would be a great time to secure some permits before they're all gone. It's been about six months since I've done the hike, but I still remember every bit of it. Better late than never!
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Last week we competed in the 2014 Hassle Free Open & Invitational, hosted by Kevin's gym in Foster City! This meet was a step up from your standard local meet. People around the US flew in for it as it was also a trial session for international competitions and hence, the invitational part. The meet also spanned the entire weekend and was held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. This is the last meet the Catalyst team will participate in before Nationals in July!
Thursday, March 6, 2014
I visited two CrossFit gyms while in Burr Ridge, IL for work. The other gym I visited was: CrossFit Posted! Like my other inquiries, I originally asked to do my weightlifting programming and got the green light. However, I ended up getting that all done before the trip so I opted for the class. They were happy to accommodate either way!