Name: Terry McClinton
Age: 31

How long you have been a member at CFSC: 1 Year and 3 months

How you got started at CFSC: Couple conversations with Chad Farmer and one visit to the 6am workout class. I knew this was the place for me.

Favorite CrossFit movement: Cleans and Squats

Least favorite CrossFit movement: Burpees, Overhead squats

Favorite healthy food/meal: Grilled protein with veggies

Favorite part about CFSC: The coaches and members. The love this group has for everyone is overwhelming. I am and will continue to grow as a person and athlete because of this great group.

Something we don’t know about you: I love all animals especially dogs. Often times I am asked to dog sit or house sit and pride myself on the care I give to my friend’s animals 😊! From time to time, I will even bring them to the gym with me.

Words of wisdom for people who are new to CrossFit or interested in trying it: Stay consistent and keep your goals simple. The coaches are all knowledgeable and eager to help so ask questions. Lastly and most importantly have fun. The gym energy is contagious pour into it, and you will have a better experience.

 

 

Name: Lucy Baratta
Age: 57

How long you have been a member at CFSC: 4 years

How you got started at CFSC: I started a new job nearby and being a gym rat had to find a new gym close by.  I’d been to several different gyms and kept driving by the sign and thought I’d give it a try.  I walked in and saw Brian and told him I have 30 minutes to work out and after taking the initial class I got hooked with the energy of the people and classes.

Favorite CrossFit movement: Don’t hate… I love Burpees, yes Burpees its perfect for short people you throw yourself down and get back up.

Least favorite CrossFit movement: Overhead squat, need I say more, it’s a heavy thing going over my head.

Favorite healthy food/meal: I’ve recently discovered Mahi-Mahi so I love that with a side of veggies!

Favorite part about CFSC: I get bored fast so the energy the coaches and people have keep me coming back as well as TRL. The CrossFit community is full of amazing people and they are even more outside of the gym.

Something we don’t know about you: I used to perform in an amateur Jazz dance group in Boston.  We’d perform in small places in Harvard Square.

Words of wisdom for people who are new to CrossFit or interested in trying it: The first thing that goes through my mind is how am I going to do this, how many reps, how can I go unbroken, then when it’s too late and you can’t change your mind the clock starts and you have to just do it…so just do it.