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Make A Change

This week marks the end of my first strength cycle and my ?Week of PRs.? As most of you know, I was disappointed with my performance at the 2011 CrossFit Games, more specifically my strength. After a period of intense devastation and inner focus, I convinced myself to make a change. My training had not gotten me to the CrossFit Games podium level. I spoke with as many people as I could, in search of the answer to my problem. I made it clear to my coaches what I needed and they made it happen. I took a leap of faith for the next six weeks and gave 100% of my efforts to my new program. Fast forward six weeks, I PRed six different movements and am aiming for a seventh tomorrow. My change ended up being better for me than remaining complacent with my cookie cutter program.

As I move forward, with my training and career, I am actively pursuing being the best that I can be. When it comes down to it, if you are not happy with the position you are in now, make a change. The change may not always be for the better; but if you don?t change, it is certain that you won?t get better

Michelle Kinney

Walking on your feet is for novices ;)!! Anthony did an awesome job on handstand walks! click here to check out more pics on Flickr!