By MattGMay 6, 2013
We are celebrating our 5th anniversary this year and we are doing it in a big way! PINE CONE PALOOZA 2013! Make sure you save the date you won’t want to miss it. Sunday June 9th starting at 10AM. We will have a special Pine Cone Palooza workout planned for you and a CrossFit Kids WOD as well. In addition, there will be Max Rep Stations, Raffles, Food, Beverages, Corn Hole, a DJ and more! You won’t want to miss out on our special awards ceremony. There will be a sign up sheet with details at the desk so we know how much food we are going to need. Hope to see you all on the 9th!
By ErinnMay 1, 2013
To know Matt Burroughs is to absolutely love him. An extremely social person, he can be found meandering around CFED, POSSIBLY lifting heavy weights in between extended conversations (most likely with Tiiu). Matt can’t help it, it’s who he is; a salesman by trade, he loves nothing more than the social aspect of most situations. In fact, when he contemplated joining Team Training in September that was a sticking point for him; how much of the community interaction was he going to have to change? A humble man with a great sense of humor and a flair for verbosity, Matt is the person who will have you talking for 25 minutes before you even realize what has happened! With his trademark “Southern Drawl” and his love for that school in Knoxville, I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Matt pretty well over the past 6 months. In truth, the only thing he loves more than a heavy deadlift is his family, specifically his wife Alicia and daughter Abigail. In addition to pulling friends and extended family into Crossfit, he even convinced Alicia to register for the Open this year!!
He’s worked very hard to get to this point and here at CFED we couldn’t be prouder. Way to go Matt!!
1. What was your athletic/workout/eating routine before CrossFit East Decatur?
I have always played sports, baseball, tennis and basketball. I always enjoyed playing the games but not exercising. About 6 years ago, I decided I wanted to change my lifestyle and mostly, quit smoking cigarettes, (10 year smoker). I joined Bally’s Fitness and started lifting, running and swimming, while continuing to smoke about a pack a day. I also started playing church league basketball in a pretty competitive league. I figured I would quit smoking out of competitiveness, once I realized that I couldn’t continue to smoke and do so. Eventually I quit smoking but continued to eat what I wanted – mostly fried foods, pizza 2-3 times a week, chinese buffet’s, etc. I have always loved to eat, and that has really held me back athletically.
2. When did you start CF(CFED)?
January of 2011
3. What were your goals when you started?
At 35 years old, I was worried that starting a family this late would have me a decrepit old man by the time my little girl was old enough to play sports. I wanted to make sure I stay in good enough shape so I can ‘play’ until I’m in the dirt. Bottom line, I want to be healthy so I can live a long and productive life.
4. My biggest accomplishment in Crossfit THUS FAR is:
My diet. Adopting a ‘mostly’ paleo lifestyle has been much less painful than I anticipated, and the rewards are great. The athletic accomplishments since changing my diet are ongoing. Some days are better than others. I know it would have taken a lot longer to get that first muscle up had I not gone through the Winter Challenge last year, mostly due to lighter body weight.
5. What has your experience been with the nutritional guidance you’ve received at CFED?
I was very skeptical at first. I mean who thinks whole grain bread, beans and dairy are unhealthy? I participated for a year before buying in to eating paleo, and it has made a big difference.
6. How do you feel after eating changing your diet?
I now look at food more as fuel. I know that sounds cliche, but it is true. When I eat right, I feel full but not stuffed. I can tell a big difference on those occasions I make poor decisions.
7. What is your favorite meal?
It’s still pizza and has been since I was a kid. That is about the only time I have grains. I am hoping to perfect a paleo pizza dough this year. Chicken Wings are a close second, so the paleo diet didn’t kill that one off.
8. What is your favorite thing about CFED?
I love all the good people. The coaches have been great, and everyone supports each other.
9. How has CFED changed the way you live your daily life?
Well, I typically wake up and look at the workout first thing. I then make decisions throughout the day hoping to not affect my performance negatively. With a child in the house and time at a premium, I have cut out other things in life so that I can keep up with the programming, and feel I am better for it.
10. How many days a week do you workout?
11. What is your favorite movement? Least favorite?
Muscle ups, muscle ups. These are so awesome when you do them well, but when they start to fail, it is painful, mentally and physically.
12. What do you do in your spare time?
I love to run around with my wife Alicia and my little girl Abigail. I also have a slight music addiction. I attend as many concerts as possible.
13. What does your family/do your friends think about Crossfit?
I think they are still somewhat skeptical of the intensity and time commitment but realize how beneficial it has been for me and my health.
14. Favorite WOD day of the week and why:
I love Friday and Saturday workouts. Both have a celebratory feel to them as one of them is going to be the last WOD of the week.
15. I talk about Crossfit all the time. T/F
less True than 6 months ago, only because I thought folks were gonna put me in a straight jacket, but….still True.
16. Favorite type of workout music:
17. I check the blog before I come into CFED. T/F
18. One word to describe Crossfit:
By ErinnApril 29, 2013
Things are getting back to normal at CFED. Another Open season has come to a close and a few things have been (re)established:
Shana Alverson is the TRUTH. BOOM.
Team CFED is on the rise and people should take notice!
The thruster/chest-to-bar combo is not for the faint of heart.
For 5 weeks, Crossfit HQ released an Open WOD every Wednesday night from a location somewhere in the continental US followed by a demonstration/competition between two Crossfit “celebrities”. For 31 members of CFED, this was a night filled with anxiety, excitement, exasperation…or all of the above. We watched then overanalyzed these WODs for 24-48 hours while mentally preparing for the task ahead. Some WODs, like 13.2’s Push Press, Deadlift, and Box Jumps metcon tested our lighter barbell/gymnastics endurance, while others like 13.4’s repeat of Wall Ball Shots, Double Unders, and Muscle-ups were the ultimate test of mental and physical fortitude.
In addition to making a 25-place jump in the standings from last year, Team CFED also had some new additions to the squad. With their Crossfit experience ranging from 3 months to 2 years, it was a guaranteed weekly PR party in Decatur! There were some fantastic things that happened in those 5 weeks that I could talk about forever but no one wants to hear me talk, so we asked them a few questions:
First Time Crossfit Open Participants:
Tracee Benzo, Alicia Burroughs, Scarlott Cagle, Kendall Harris, Amos Kennedy, Jimmy Lindquist, Jack Purdy, Dave Meadows, Mariana Rivera, Mike Schukenbrock
(Answers chosen randomly—only, not really.)
1. How long have you been Crossfitting?
3 months— Kendall; 2 years— Scarlott
2. What is your athletic background?
“I’ve played baseball since I was 5, swam for 7 years in a summer league, I do 1 triathlon a year, and I play tennis on and off” —Jack Purdy
3. WHY??! (Did you register, that is)
“Matt made me :) haha. He actually signed me up. But seriously I wanted to just see if I could do the WODs and see how I competed in the region—I was aiming to not be the last person. I think I accomplished that.”—Alicia Burroughs
4. How overwhelming was The Open for you?
“I wouldn’t say overwhelming. Humbling is more like it”—Dave Meadows
5. Did you watch any of the Open WOD Announcements? If so, which was your favorite?
“Yes! That was the second-most exciting part of the Open. We’d do the WOD for Wednesday at 630pm then hang around until 8 to see what sorts of crazy we would have to do on Friday.
My favorite announcement was between Kristan Clever and Talayna Fortunato. It was crazy to see Kristan was behind, caught up with 90 unbroken double-unders and finally edged out a victory of Talayna in muscle-ups. Can we say—EXCITING?!?!” – Kendall Harris
6. Name one “celebrity” Crossfitter (NOT Shana).
“Elizabeth Akinwale—The Black Stallion” – Tracee Benzo
7. Favorite Open WOD:
“13.4; When I saw #95 clean & jerk, I thought I was done, so actually doing to #95 clean and jerk once and then making it through TWO ROUNDS for 18 total reps was just the best!! HUGE thank you to Coach Lauren for coaching me up to #95 just minutes before the WOD! Sometimes I struggle with TTB but they were nothin’ after the C&J!! Easy breezy! Still makes me smile!”—Scarlott Cagle
“13.5 was probably my favorite because it was a WOD that I knew I wasn’t going to be SO bad and honestly, I was ready for it to be done!”—Jimmy Lindquist
8. Best part about the Open:
“The local competition with the fellow CFEDers! We have such a great community; it made the Open extremely fun b/c although we were all in “competition” mode, we were all cheering each other on in the process. It was almost more fun to watch one of your own kill an Open WOD than doing well yourself. Seemed like it just brought our already tight community together that much more.”— Mike Schukenbrock
9. Any advice to offer for someone who may want to register next year.
“Do it! It’s a lot of fun and you might be surprised at how well you actually do”—Mariana Rivera
10. In your opinion, were the Open WODs harder than the CFED WODs?
“Really? Did you see the CFED WODs last week? CFED is definitely more difficult”—Tracee Benzo
“Well, 150 wall balls is ridiculous…buuuuuuuttttt, we’ve had some crazy kickers at CFED so I’d have to say they were pretty even”—Alicia Burroughs
11. How was your support system during the Open (family & friends)?
“I didn’t really mention it to my family. My wife saw the little piece of paper with one of my scores lying on the counter and asked ‘what is this?’ I said oh that’s my CF Open score for the week. She said ‘Oh are you going to be on TV doing Crossfit?’ I said no, of course not. So that was about it. Most of my friends at work are softer than newborns and think CF is both dangerous and insane”—Dave Meadows
12. Worst Open WOD (for you):
“Definitely 13.1. F’ing 135# snatch…”— Mike Schukenbrock
13. How many PRs did you hit during the Open?
“1,000,000! No, but seriously everything felt like a PR.” – Amos Kennedy
14. Are you looking forward to doing it again next year?
“I’d be dead if I wasn’t!”—Jack Purdy
By MattGMarch 4, 2013
Learn to move,
move to learn!
Spend a full day with Coach Carl Paoli learning, practicing, and applying movement and skill transfer principles by using gymnastics and body-weight training.
Date- Sunday June 2,2013 9am
Location- CrossFit East Decatur
Details and registration- www.gymnasticswod.com
By MattGFebruary 11, 2013
8am – 4-5pm
CrossFit East Decatur
185 Laredo Dr.
Decatur, GA 30030
|Level One Seminar- This hands on seminar teaches the 3 step and top down method for learning the Olympic lifts. Attendees will have a bar in their hands most of the day. Each step of the learning process of the snatch, clean, and jerk are demonstrated and drilled till attendees are doing the whole lifts correctly. This is followed by an Elite athlete demonstrating the lift done as it should be done at full speed with heavy weight, then attendees work up themselves, with a high percentage normally making new PR’s. Attendees should expect to not only be able to do the lifts correctly themselves at the end of the day, but to have learned a simple and easy to understand way to teach others to do the snatch and clean and jerk.|
|Level Two Seminar- This seminar assumes you have previously attended the Level 1 seminar, and takes up right where the Level 1 leaves off. The first half of the day is spent teaching methods and exercises to correct various mistakes normally made in the first few months of performing the lifts. Attendees are taught to diagnose technique problems or potential problems, and to assign the correct drills, corrective exercises or lift variations to correct and perfect technique as training continues throughout the beginner and intermediate stages. The second half of the day is spent discussing programming. Attendees are taken through how to correctly set up a beginners program, how to individualize the program according to specific strengths, weaknesses, or technique problems, and how to advance a lifter training from the beginner stage all the way through the intermediate and advanced stages. After taking this seminar attendees should expect to be able to successfully coach a beginner through the beginner and intermediate stages of training, including programming for strength and the continual improvement and perfecting of technique in the Olympic lifts.|
|About Glenn Pendlay-Glenn Pendlay is a USA Weightlifting Level 5 Coach, the highest accreditation for Olympic Lifting Coaches in the US. Glenn Pendlay has been coaching Olympic Weightlifting since the mid 1990′s, and had his first lifter qualify for a national meet in 1996. His entry into the sport came in 1992 when he had the chance to learn how to do the lifts himself from Russian coach Alexander Medvedyev after attending the Junior World Powerlifting championships in Moscow. Medvedyev invited Glenn to stay for a while and train, and taught him the basics of Olympic Weightlifting. This was a very life-changing experience. Glenn had started School at Kansas State University with the intention of graduating with a history degree and becoming a high school teacher. His experiences in Moscow, especially seeing the science aspect of training and human performance, made him change his major immediately upon getting back from Moscow to Exercise Physiology. He eventually graduated from KSU with a BS, and went on to get his Masters degree in the same field.Glenn chose to do research in the field of endocrinology while completing his Masters degree, specifically studying how different levels of stress affect the endocrine system and how this in turn affects the body’s adaptation to the stress. This research led to multiple papers being published in peer reviewed journals, and also to Glenn’s’ working with not only weightlifters, but athletes from as diverse of backgrounds as cyclists, skiers, and track and field athletes.Wichita Falls Weightlifting was established in 1999 with Glenn as the head coach, and from 1999 to 2009 was one of the top-producing clubs in the USA. During his time as the coach of that club, Glenn produced over 90 national champions, over 20 medalists in international competition, and his athletes have broken as many as 10 American records in a single year. He has coached successful athletes all the way from 10 year old School Age National Champions, to Senior World Team member and Pan American medalist, to Masters World Champion and World Record holder. His teams also competed successfully for team championships, including 6 men’s collegiate national team titles in 7 years, and a string of 3 Junior National team titles in a row!Glenn now resides in Fort Mill, SC. He is the head coach for Team MDUSA, and currently coaches a group of athletes which includes 2011 Pan Am team member Jon North.|
By Jonathan B.February 11, 2013
We’ve had a lot of members interested in finding out more information about our Spring Session of CFkED. Thanks for your interest; we now have some details.
CFkED Spring Session Information
- Dates: March 5th thru May 2nd, 8 weeks
- Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays
- Spring Break: We will not have classes the week of April 8th due to Spring Break.
- Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
- Kids: 5 – 12 years old, 5&6 year-olds must have parent/guardian in the gym
- CFED Members’ kids and kids’ friends only
- Class size is limited, sign up quickly
- Cost: 10 Session coupon book for $85, Unlimited Sessions (full season) for $125
- Discounts for Siblings
- Next: Add your child to your MindBody account and register him/her for sessions.
- Go the the “My Info” tab and “Add Family Member”
- Click on the “CFED Kids” tab to sign up for classes
- You can make payments when registering for first session
- First session is free (if you haven’t been yet).
If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or just ask one of the coaches. We’re looking forward to having you and your kids back in the box.
By ShuJanuary 8, 2013
“Every gym has one of these guys and at CFED, we have Roy. The guy that doesn’t back down from a challenge, even though everyone knows he’s in over his head. Roy doesn’t care about what you think though, he’s that confident in himself and there’s nothing wrong with that.” — Owner/Coach Jonathan Beckner
In his own words:
“I come from a very non athletic background… When I was a kid I played tennis and got my first degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do but once middle school and high school hit I adopted a very sedentary life style. I stopped doing Tae Kwon Do and became a couch potato. I was a “Husky” kid growing up but by the time I was in 10th or 11th grade I was wearing a 2XL where I stayed for a long time. College wasn’t any more helpful for my activity levels or diet. I would say that before I started Crossfitting I had probably been to the gym less than 100 times in my entire life. I then got back into Tae Kwon Do in 2009 and dropped from around 300 to 270lbs. While doing Tae Kwon Do I decided I wanted to up my conditioning and that was right around the time a friend told me about this “Crossfit stuff”. I liked the idea of planned workouts; plus working out in a warehouse with no A/C seemed much more hardcore and appealing than working out in a regular gym.
I think part of why Crossfit was so appealing to me then and now is my inner competitiveness (shocking to some, I am sure). I attended Emory as an Undergraduate mostly because of its debate program and was a top ranked national debater throughout my time there. My inner competitiveness and the ability to measure improvement is what appeals to me so much about Crossfit. I can no longer compete as an individual in debate and coaching was not as fulfilling for me, so Crossfit gives me my daily competitive outlet.
I always find it funny and shake my head when I tell people about Crossfit and they say it is too hard for them to do or that they need to get in better shape before they start. I basically started at ground zero, no sports background, 270lbs and a bad diet and I’m somehow still around here, so what’s your excuse??”
Don’t think we could’ve said it better Roy.
Congrats Roy, we’re proud of you! Keep up the hard work!!!
What was your athletic/workout/eating routine before CrossFit East Decatur?
I was around 270 lbs. I could not get into any good regimen. I was doing Tae Kwon Do but I was still not eating well. I was pretty intimidated about going to a globo gym because I just didn’t know what to do and or look like an idiot doing it.
When did you start CF(CFED)?
May 10th 2010
Why did you choose CFED?
I told a friend of mine I wanted to get into shape and he told me about this thing called Crossfit. I had no idea what it was, but I googled it, and it seemed like what I needed. I needed a program where people told me what to do and could guide me down the right path. The most intimidating part of the gym to me was having a set of machines and weights and feeling uncomfortable doing stuff, or not knowing what to do day in and day out.
What were your goals when you started?
To lose weight. Looking back at the pictures before I started crossfit, I knew I was big but I didn’t get how out of shape I was. I didn’t have any weight loss target at first, so as the pounds came off I kept adjusting goals. I remember fondly telling Jonathan one day in June (at 270lbs) that if I ever got to 200 lbs I would quit crossfit, be happy and content. 4 months later I weighed 220 and wasn’t ready to quit.
What has your experience been with the nutritional guidance you’ve received at CFED?
I think nutrition is instrumental, if you are looking to lose weight or just feel better and perform better in workouts. Shana told me to keep a food log when I first started, and I’ve logged every meal and workout I’ve done since May 2010. With the exception of diet coke I was strict paleo for the first 6 months when I started CFED. I think for people who are just getting started going strict paleo for as long as possible is essential to getting yourself reprogrammed into better eating habits. Once I got to a point where I was happy with my weight and knew I wasn’t going to fall off the wagon I adopted a 5 days paleo, weekends off policy.
How do you feel after eating changing your diet?
Great. I’m not as tired or sluggish anymore (unless it is after a brutal workout). I think I have more energy to do stuff. Things like going for a run don’t seem as terrible or exhausting. Mostly I think I see food differently than I did before. I used to eat just for the sake of eating or because it looked tasty. Now when I eat I think about it in terms of my body needing energy to fuel itself. When my diet is off I feel more sluggish, tired and just not as good. When I eat a cleaner diet I definitely have more energy don’t feel bloated or sluggish and perform better in workouts.
What is your favorite meal?
Paleo- Steak and veggies. Non Paleo- Peanut butter French toast from the Highland Bakery.
What is your favorite thing about CFED?
The community and family CFED fosters. People are so incredibly supportive and encouraging of each other. Everyone takes the time to introduce themselves and make you feel welcome. At no point did I ever feel like an outsider there. I love that everyone cheers and yells in support of everyone during the workouts and that nobody leaves until the whole group completes the workout. The gym was a place I used to try to get in and get out of as fast as possible, now I spend extra time at CFED because I enjoy being there and interacting with the people. I think because everyone is doing the same workout and has had their struggles there is a common bond or understanding that just isn’t there when you do your workouts alone. The WOD is the WOD, but doing it with a group of people you enjoy hanging out with and competing with is not something you can find at every gym. I also like being very close to Southern Sweets Bakery… Just kidding… Kind of…
My biggest accomplishment in Crossfit THUS FAR is:
I guess if I reflect back on it, losing weight isn’t that hard, but keeping it off is probably significantly harder. It has been almost 3 years since I walked into CFED and I don’t see myself backsliding into my 270lb days. I also gave away all my fat man cloths so it could get expensive.
How many days a week do you workout?
I try to get into the gym 4 days a week. Sometimes it is 3, sometimes it is 5.
What is your favorite movement? Least favorite?
I like most squats with the exception of overhead squats. I could live without handstands but I’m working on it.
Favorite WOD day of the week and why:
I love and hate Monday. Since I tend to eat crappier over the weekend it is refreshing to get a workout in to try to cleanse that, but I also usually perform my worst.
I talk about Crossfit all the time. T/F
Favorite type of workout music:
Some hip hop or angry rap
I check the blog before I come into CFED. T/F
What do you do in your spare time?
….Crossfit. I like to try new places to eat, I enjoy lots of terrible reality tv, watching sports, and people watching at the mall.
How has CFED changed the way you live your daily life?
I’ve had to learn how to really cook. I find myself making sure I have time to go to CFED. I wake up and make sure the first thing I do after checking facebook is checking the CFED site to see what the WOD is. I am much more conscious of what I put into the body and why I am eating what I eat. I spend a good amount of time now reading about health and nutrition. I’ve definitely adopted a “dork” ish obsession with health, nutrition and crossfit and try to read as much as possible about them. I also had to buy new sized cloths, twice or three times now.
What do your friends say about your lifestyle?
They were surprised at first, and people I haven’t seen in a long time are still get a little shocked. One person I hadn’t seen since May told me that if they hadn’t seen my new pictures on facebook that I could have walked right past them without them recognizing me. I was always big and overweight, so not being overweight is new to both them and me. They are all happy and amazed about the work we do at crossfit, some people think it is a little crazy but the ones who I have gotten into it are addicted also.
One word to describe Crossfit_______
By Jonathan B.December 13, 2012
I am excited to announce the workouts for the first ever CrossFit East Decatur House Cup Team Competition. If you have any questions about the workouts or the standards for the movements and you think that other people might benefit from the knowledge that I drop, then please post the question to the comments section.
Scoring Placement for workouts is based on a “bell” curve. 1st place gets 100 points with every other team receiving a percentage based on performance compared to the 1st place score. If Team StrongArm finishes WOD 1 in 1st place with 1,000,000 Jump Rope Singles and Team Contusion finishes with 500,000. StrongArm gets 100 points and Contusion gets 50. Most points after all workouts wins the House Cup and all of its glory!!!
Judging for WOD 1. 2nd head will judge the 1st heat. 3rd heat judges 2nd heat. 4th heat judges 3rd heat. 5th heat judges 4th heat. 1st heat will judge the last heat.
Judging for WOD 2 and WOD 3. 2nd heat judges 1st heat, 1st heat judges 2nd heat.
By Jonathan B.December 9, 2012
CFED House Cup Teams Announced!!!
The moment you’ve all been waiting for, let the smack talking begin! Below is a list of all of the teams competing in the House Cup, this Saturday December 15. Please contact your teammates so you can discuss the important things, like cool team names and color coordinated outfits. NOTE: Team Names should be appropriate for immortalization in the House Cup, PG PLEASE!!! If you don’t know who one or more of your teammates are, either ask one of your coaches or do a little Facebook research. I believe everyone is a member of the CFED Community Page. You will assign one of your teammates the role of Team Captain.
Also, first heat will start promptly at 10am. Everyone should be warmed up and ready for Athlete Briefing no later than 9:50am. Workouts will be announced at a later date to give you enough time for strategery. Good luck to everyone, this should be a lot of fun!
By ErinnNovember 20, 2012
The definition of a “Southern Belle”, Bayless Fleming has led an interesting life. The current elementary school teacher and former debutante whose past life includes high school basketball, softball, and camping, Bayless has spent a lot (almost 12 years) of time outdoors throughout her life. So why does she hate the heat and burpees so much?? And most importantly, what’s underneath the surface of Bayless?
For the self-described “shoe addict” and “extremely headstrong” youngest of 3 children, coming to terms with her new self is a daily journey for Bayless. After spending most of her adolescence with a personal trainer, Bayless found herself gaining weight throughout and after college. Seeking a change to her “social exercising” regimen, she finally listened to her friends Tommy & Katie and walked into CFED. Often seen with her partner in crime, Katie+B, these days Bayless is a constant fixture at CFED.
And while this cannot be said for many, modesty is most certainly one of Bayless’ strong points. She is an extremely private person, reluctant to discuss her accomplishments in life, let alone health and fitness. However, no matter the amount of weight loss, what is evident is that she has put a tremendous amount of work into changing her life and it shows daily. Katie says she can “still remember when she would only go to the gym if I went and only go on walks if someone else was with her”. Recently, while out of town, Bayless worked out EVERY SINGLE DAY that she was away (including burpees), talk about change!! Of her new lifestyle and appearance, Coach Damon Mosely says Bayless’ transformation “has been remarkable. Her progress physically is evident, but mentally and emotionally she is a whole new person as well”. Everyone agrees with Coach Lauren Sandoval: “Bayless is now in what I call the double take classification….she gets me everytime.” Coach Damon says it best: “She is an inspiration and truly personifies everything that’s right about this CF thing we do.”
Congrats Bayless, you make CFED proud!!
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