Category: Blog

Wacky Banana to Overland Park CrossFit

Overland Park CrossFit is very much symbolic of what the sport represents which is continually evolving to be the best version you.  In the past couple weeks, Overland Park CrossFit has continued to change with new renovations which we believe will to help us accommodate our growing community and their needs.  We are excited to …
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Take Back Your Work Week

Have you ever thought about how much time you spend at work verses your free time?  If you haven’t, maybe stop reading, and don’t do the math, because you might have a mid-life crisis or quit your job and never come back.  The reason for this, is I’m about to tell you that almost half of …
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Don’t Hate Rowing

Do you hear rowing is in the workout and immediately think “this is going to be bad”, or worse yet, “I’m going to skip that one”? Instead of skipping a WOD, why not learn some tips to help alleviate that fear, get you through rowing WODs, and possibly, dare I say, “enjoy” them. Learning simple …
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Kipping it Real with Louis!

Each month Overland Park CrossFit recognizes a member who exemplifies our values and motivates others in the gym to push themselves with encouraging words. January’s Athlete of the Month is Louis Palma. We consider ourselves lucky to have a hard working, consistent, and positive athlete like Louis represent OPCF! Learn more below about Louis!   …
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Cold Weather, Chiefs, and Chili

Living in middle of the U.S. we get to experience all the seasons.  How lucky are we?  Well, maybe we’ll ask again during those perfect two weeks before and after summer!  Regardless, right now it’s January, and its football season which means two things, cold weather and the Chiefs made the playoffs.  Everyone (minus those …
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Setting SMART Goals

As we begin another year, many of us take this time to reflect on the prior year and make goals for the upcoming year.  Maybe you have already made your goals for 2017.  Maybe you have already forgotten about or broke your goals.  This is ok, but I am challenging you to go back and …
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