In Affiliation, Athletes, CrossFit Games

March 29, 2015

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(Corrects to state CrossFit Fayetteville is in Arkansas.)

This edition of “Virtuosity” features the CrossFit Games Open, in which hundreds of thousands of people test their fitness every year.

The Open is a special time for CrossFit athletes, but it doesn’t come without some trepidation as people challenge themselves to beat previous records and achieve new levels of fitness.

In “Every Rep a Victory,” Jillian Sharp explains the fear she felt before Open Workout 15.2, as well as the sense of accomplishment she got after she put 6 reps on the scoresheet. Sharp talks about many of the elements that make the Open special: kind words from a coach, ardent support from friends and fellow box members, and pride that comes from being better than last year.

CrossFit Inc. is sending Sharp US$500 for sharing her story with us, and her affiliate, CrossFit Fayetteville in Arizona, will receive a $500 gift card from Rogue Fitness.

We’re looking for more great stories of achievement and community, and we encourage writers to explore new territory. To increase the chances of publication, read the submission guidelines at the end of the article and review the previous articles in this series. You can find them all by entering “virtuosity” in the search box above.

Write with skill and send your story to virtuosity@crossfit.com. We cannot respond to each submission due to the volume, but we read and appreciate them all.

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2 Comments on “Virtuosity 6: Every Rep a Victory”

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Nice Jillian!!!

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Nice!!!

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