Calendar Friday October 24, 2014

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Workout of the Day

"Row Your Boat"

As a team, row 5000 meters

Each member of your team rows 20 strokes before transitioning off the rower. Before your turn is up to start rowing again, complete 10 ballistic sit-ups and 7 burpees.


8 weeks of CFV strength work starts next week! Download the CFV-5-3-1-First-Set-Last-Pause spreadsheet and plug in your one rep maxes from Monday. Then just show up, put in the work, enjoy the ride, and celebrate some new PRs just in time for Christmas!


2015 CrossFit Fort Vancouver Invitational tickets go on sale TODAY at noon!  GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!  This year’s event will be January 10-11, 2015 at the Clark County Event Center.  Once again, many of the Northwest’s top individual and team athletes, a total of 16 men’s and 16 women’s pairs, will be coming to Vancouver to compete in the two-day competition.  Some of this year’s competition highlights include:

- 5 out of the 6 2014 NW Regional podium finishers will be competing

-On the men’s side, Cole Sager and Austin Stack will be returning to defend their 2014 Invitational title

-Cody Anderson, the young rising CrossFit star, will team up with fellow Games athlete from the North Central region, Jacob Heppner

-Rory Zambard makes her return to the competitive arena with 2014 NW champ and 13th fittest woman on earth Emily Carothers

-5 time Games competitor and CFV athlete Jessica Core and perennial powerhouse Carleen Matthews team up for a shot at the title

-CFV’s home-grown dynamic duo of Allan Dunlap and Bryan Weed load the field with top local talent

-Montana’s Ryan Smith and CFV’s own Adam Neiffer pair up from across state lines to compete with the rest of the best

Top Northwest athletes widely consider the CrossFit Fort Vancouver Invitational to be the premier competitive event outside the CrossFit Games, which is why so many are excited to return for year two.  Spectators from all over agree, which is why last year’s inaugural event sold out in hours.  The opportunity to see these athletes all together outside of Regionals or the Games and right here in our home town is really cool.  Please support your CFV athletes and cheer them on as they represent our community amongst the best by getting your tickets early while they last.  You’ll be glad you did!


photos by Cheryl Boatman Photography

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October 24, 2014
9:02 am

It’s on now!