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Weekly Updates

Running Club: Will meet this Tuesday at 6 PM and Saturday at 12 PM. Please arrive early if you want to warm up.

Olympic Lifting: Our 7 PM class is canceled Tuesday due to Olympic Lifting.

Easter Sunday: There will be no  Group Classes on Sunday April 20th

Prime Paleo: You can order Paleo friendly meals for the week through Prime Paleo and your meals will be delivered to the gym.

There are a few steps.

1) Click the link to see the daily menu. Each meal comes with one protein and 2 sides (veggies). Email Rob (rob@raddcrossfitnsli.com) with your meal selections by Wednesday night using this spreadsheet.

2) We will bill your account by Sunday and you can pay online in Zen Planner.

3) Pick up your meals on Monday and enjoy!

Runner’s Edge GLIRC TOBAY Triathlon & Tri-Relay

1) Rob from ChiroCORE will be in tomorrow from 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM.

Rob is a Sports Chiropractor and Active Release Therapist located on 27 Cedarswamp Road in Glen Cove. He will be visiting us to give out complimentary consultations and information about how his treatments can benefit you.

If you have any issues that you would like to discuss with Rob please make it a point to come in and meet with him before or after your workout.

2) Runner’s Edge GLIRC TOBAY Triathlon & Tri-Relay

We plan on creating a family swim start. You can register as a team or complete the race yourself! It sells out quick and the price goes up March 31st! Sign up here. Cick Registration on the left sign and sign up. When you register make sure you choose “Family Swim Start.”

Date: Saturday, August 23, 2014

Time: 6:15 AM Arrival 7:30 AM First Heat in the Water

The Course

Swim: 1/2 Mile Swim in Oyster Bay

Bike: 15 kilometers (one loop), over hill & dale, through beautiful Oyster Bay, Laurel Hollow, and Cove Neck. Fairly hilly but with a 2.9 mile downhill to the finish!!

Run: 5 kilometers through Mill Neck & Brookville, “up” to Planting Fields Arboretum & back “down” to Roosevelt Park.

The Unwritten Rules of CrossFit

1. Be honest. No rep your no reps. Though the score’s on the board, you’re really only competing against yourself.

2. Give your best every day, and know that your best will change from day to day.

3. Don’t be an ass.

4. Motivate your fellow athlete. Everyone needs help sometimes.

5. Be social. Introduce yourself to the newbie. Make a new friend.

6. Check your ego at the door (and scale when necessary, the wod is usually harder than it looks).

7. Work on your weaknesses; skills need your undivided attention.

8. Be patient with your progress, some things take time.

9. Have fun!

10. Put your equipment away (where you found it). No, the 25lb kettlebell doesn’t go with the 75lb kettlebells.

11. Eat right, whatever that means to you. Spend the money and the time getting it right.

12. Don’t avoid WODs because you don’t like them. Most of the time, that’s exactly what you need.

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Weekly Updates

7531924Rob from ChiroCORE Chiropractic will be in Saturday from 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM.

Rob is a Sports Chiropractor and Active Release Therapist located on 27 Cedarswamp Road in Glen Cove. He will be visiting us to give out complimentary consultations and information about how his treatments can benefit you.

If you have any issues that you would like to discuss with Rob please make it a point to come and meet with him before or after your workout.

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RADD Runners Running Club

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RADD Runners Running club met on Saturday and it was awesome! We plan to meet every Tuesday at 5PM and Saturday at 12PM. If you can’t make the run we will post the run workout on the WOD page so you can complete it on your own.

The Tuesday running sessions will focus on interval runs to help get our pace down per mile. On the weekend we will program longer runs to help build our endurance. We hope to see you this Tuesday April 8th at 5PM.

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