We’re More Like A Bar

I walked into my first bar when I was seventeen.

“He’s with me.” My friend Randy hollered at the mountain of a guy checking IDs and taking cover fees at the door.

I could have skipped the drinks and the dancefloor that evening. I got the most valuable thing a bar could offer me when the bouncer waved me in.


The best thing about a bar isn’ the drinks or atmosphere. It’s the people. That’s why someone’s favorite place can be a loud nightclub or a hole in the wall sports bar. Everyone you want to be around is there, and none of the people you don’t. The drinks are just an excellent addition.

We’re kind of like that.

But with kettlebells.

And jaw-dropping transformations.

And people excited to see you, without needing to be buzzed to show it.

The fitness, the improved energy, and the life-changing stories all happen because this place has all the people you want to see, and none of the ones you don’t.

“CrossFit changed my life.” and “I love going to CrossFit” are more commonly said than “I do CrossFit.”

Just like “I hang at Grumpy’s” and “I go to Bigg’s,” are said more than “I drink at a bar.”


Get Pissed.

You need to get frustrated.  You NEED to feel like you have no clue what you’re doing and not run away from those moments. Something

There are no Silver Bullets.

There are no Silver Bullets. Only Golden BBS. What I mean is that people hire trainers because they want their problems solved. They want a

You Can’t Get Abs

From doing one sit-up. You have to get reps in. Over many months. Possibly years. And if you want to really see them, you’ll start


Talk with a coach about your goals. Get the plan to achieve them.


Take the first step towards getting the results you want!