More CFS Babies! – CFS

Rope Climbs - So FUN
Rope Climbs – So FUN

New CFS BabiesThe CrossFit Southie family just keeps growing… and we couldn’t be happier! Bradley is especially excited about having all of these new friends. Please join us in welcoming three new babies to the Southie family!

Natalie and Corey Johnson welcomed their new daughter Paige Harper Johnson to the world on Sunday, June 12th. Everybody is happy and healthy, including big brother Ian. While we already miss Natalie and her amazing massages at the gym, we couldn’t be more happy for this new family of five. Corey is already back at the gym, finding time in between dad duties to crush a workout. We look forward to having Nat back here as well, and meeting little Paige!

Cormac Markus Smith Dirrane was born on Sunday, June 26th. Both mom Ally and son are healthy and doing well, and Brendan is owning his role of proud dad. Like many of the other CrossFit moms out there, Ally worked out as long as she could throughout her pregnancy. Even when she had to modify her workouts, she always found a way to challenge herself and work hard. Very inspiring! We can’t wait for her return to the gym and to meet Cormac. Fear not, Brendan will return to his Sunday coaching duties in the near future. Welcome to the world, Cormac!

Hilary Comeras and her husband welcomed her beautiful daughter Lexi Laine on Wednesday, July 6th. Hilary also worked hard in the gym all the way to the very end – even PR’ing several of her lifts along the way! Even though her family has recently moved away from the city, we know Hilary will be back to visit and will continue to crush it in the gym as soon as she’s able to make her return. She’s the only person I’ve ever heard of to ask for her very own Assault Bike as a “push present!” We will miss having Hilary at the gym on a regular basis, but look forward to her visits.. this time with daughter Lexi Laine along with her!

Back Squat
*Straight Sets @ 80-85%

Row for Calories
4-3-2 Rope Climbs*

Level 1-30-20-10, 3-2-1 climbs

* Don’t forget leg protection!