Good Morning,Summertime is inching closer everyday. Make sure you’re putting in the hard work now so that you can enjoy the summer sun later.

The best part of working hard at The Hill is being surrounded by such great friends to love and support you.

We hope to see you at The Hill soon.

The Hill Coaches

Calendar of Events

Accelerated Fat Loss is wrapping up this week…And will start back up in 2 weeks. Thank you to everyone who helped make it a huge success. Questions about the next cycle? Emailsabrenamerrill@gmail.comIt’s not too late to sign up for specialty classes…For more info and to sign up, follow this link 

Fundamentals classes are now offered in the morning!… We are now offering free trial and fundamentals classes at 7 AM on Tuesdays and Thursdays (& Saturdays at 10 AM.) If you or a friend have been waiting for morning slots to open up at The Hill, now’s your chance! Sign up before classes fill up. 

Featured Athletes: Danya & Kali Foster

Danya & Kali Foster are shining examples of awesome CrossFitters. They are welcoming & kind, adventurous & hard-working and always quick to make new friends. Have fun getting to know Danya & Kali a little more as they play… The Identical Twin Game!

The Hill Radio with Aimee Anaya Everett of Catalyst Athletics

Coach Vanessa Geer, our Iron Hill women’s only weightlifting coach, is excited to introduce you to Aimee Anaya Everett of Catalyst Athletics. This weekend Aimee won Master’s Nationals Weightlifting, setting 5 American records in the process!

She is also a very successful coach and encourages and inspires athletes around the world everyday through her efforts at Catalyst Athletics. I highly recommend you check out her article “10 things new women weightlifters should know.”

Check out more of her writing here. And be sure to follow her on Twitter for inspiration and laughs@aimees2cents, and Instagram @catalystathletics &@aimees2cents.

Coaches’ Corner

Warm up naked… well, almost naked at least

Before you throw on your Oly shoes, knee sleeves, wrists wraps, etc, do a fair amount of warming up to get your body moving in its natural environment. Then throw on all of your accessories when it comes time for more specific endeavors. Use these accessories as tools, not crutches, and try to improve your mobility and strength over time.

That’s all for now. Have a wonderful Tuesday and we’ll see you at The Hill soon!