Dr Deb has the official CrossFit distinction of being a “doc in a box,” meaning that she is an official level 1 CrossFit trainer and she is a practicing physician. So is Dr Jo (but for some unknown reason her name does not appear in the directory… We will help her fix this!) If You would like to choose your medical providers based on the fact that they understand your health and fitness regimen… Now you can do so by going to CrossFit.com and searching for a physician of any specialty.
The CrossFit Physicians are, by virtue of their medical training and CrossFit participation, special creatures. They possess a view of health, metabolism, and exercise that is neither mainstream nor traditional yet entirely correct and vitally important.
The CrossFit community at large has become aware of the existence of CrossFit Physicians and wants to identify them. CrossFit athletes seek out the “doc in a box” because they believe, rightfully, that whatever the medical need, it will be best served by consulting with a doctor who “gets it.” Similarly, CrossFit Physicians would like to find professional peers within and across specialties and geographies. It is for these reasons that CrossFit, Inc. announces the CrossFit Physician Network. -text from CrossFit.com March 10,2020
Wednesday’s WOD at 6, 7, 9am and again at 4 and 6pm
Five rounds for time of:
4 deadlifts (140/85kg)
20/15 Army combat fitness push ups
Post time, load, and any scaling
Wednesday 5pm Open Training Hour