I’ve met great people that I would not have met otherwise and they have been inspiring to me in so many ways. The coaches are always inspiring and encouraging. i1uvit is a great place to be, where I never feel judged and I always feel encouraged!
Advice to New Members: Don’t be afraid to try! You’ll be amazed how quickly you will get stronger and how much harder you are capable of pushing yourself.
The biggest change I have seen since starting CrossFit is in the amount of love and appreciation I have for my body now. I am so proud of what my body and I are able to achieve every day at the gym. Pushing my limits, conquering and overcoming fears, and learning new techniques on a regular basis has restored my belief in my body’s ability and proved to myself that I am strong!
THANK YOU to Matt and Kaylee for all your time spent and dedication to making i1uvit what it is today. Your passion for CrossFit and for our gym is evident every day and it creates an exceptional place to be. To all the i1uvit coaches, your guidance, patience, support and encouragement is appreciated beyond words!! THANK YOU!
The thing that keeps me coming back is definitely everyone in this gym. I love my fellow 6AM peeps, but when I can’t make the early class, I love that everyone in every other class throughout the day is just as awesome and just as inspiring. There is such a positive vibe of people just trying to improve and get better/healthier/faster/stronger that it is honestly hard not to be motivated.
I can’t begin to give enough praise to the coaches of the gym for being the motivators that they are. I’m always so impressed with how well all of the coaches at i1uvit know each and every member... what weight to use, any physical limitations and exactly when to push you a little bit harder during the WOD.
31 min AMRAP - Teams of 2 - 8 Thrusters (105/155) - 6 Rope Climbs - 11 Box Jumps (24/30) - Continuous 400m run
* One athlete works on the thrusters, rope climbs and BJ while the other runs. Once the running athlete returns they switch roles and continue accumulating rounds and reps for the entire 31 minutes.
Remember when you're doing this WOD that the 8 thrusters represent the month of August, the 6 rope climbs represent the day, the 11 box jumps represents the year, and the 31 minutes represents the 31 who lost their lives.
In the early hours of August 6th, 2011, while deployed to Afghanistan, 30 American military members and one working dog boarded a helicopter to answer the call given for aid to U.S. Army Rangers in need of reinforcements to take down a senior Taliban leader. Tragically, these 31 brave souls, 17 of whom were from the United States’ most elite fighting force, were killed when a rocket propelled grenade struck down their Chinook helicopter. Within minutes, the tight-knit SEAL community suffered the greatest loss of life in a single instance since its inception in 1962.
Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'I'm possible'!