1. Prototype Open 19.4 Breakdown

    The 2019 Prototype Open is here and better than ever! We have over 120 of our amazing members signed up and competing on two teams. The teams are Baby Got Black (#BabyGotBlack) led by 2018 Community Member of the Year Dr. Annie Powell and team Abominable Snow Monsters of the North (#TeamAbominable) led by 2018 Community Member of the Year Col. Brent French. Week 4 (19.4) is officially in the …Read More

  2. Prototype of the Month: Rose Seibold

      1. Share your CrossFit Prototype experience and fitness journey. I walked into CFP the day after my 28th birthday in 2015. I had been at a different box since 2011 and was starting to lose interest in CrossFit and steam for working out in general. My good friend Marc Mespelli knew of my frustrations, and had been bugging me for months to come try out a class at CFP. My first WOD at CFP consiste…Read More

  3. Prototype Open WOD 18.4 Recap

    CrossFit Open WOD 18.4 is in the books and here is our week 4 analysis and recap! For the first time in CrossFit Open history, The Dave Castro announced not only 1, but 2 first time elements into an Open workout. For one, there has never been a CrossFit benchmark workout incorporated into an Open workout. This week, we saw “Diane” which is 21-15-9 rep scheme of Deadlifts (225/155lb) and handst…Read More

  4. Prototype of the Month: Heather Clancy

      Share your CrossFit Prototype experience and fitness journey I don’t think I really have a start to my fitness journey- moving in some way or another has always been a part of my life. Working out always ebbed and flowed though. I played field hockey, ran track, and lifted weights all through high school, but then worked 3 jobs putting myself through college so exercise took a back burner. On…Read More

  5. Prototype of the Month: Robby Doretti

    Prototype of the Month: Robby Doretti Share your CrossFit Prototype experience and fitness journey The first time I picked up weights and started working out was 4 years ago when I got to UNH. I had no idea what I was doing, but started learning and began a routine with a couple of buddies. I remember feeling self-conscious at first since I didn't know what I was doing and wasn't able to lift that…Read More

  6. Do great people come to CFP or is it the community?

    By: Mike Collette (Head Coach/Owner of CrossFit Prototype) Community is defined as a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals; having a particular characteristic in common. (Merriam-Webster.com). I like to believe that our community at CrossFit Prototype is like none other. Back in 2012 when we were establishing our business and CrossFit as…Read More

  7. Prototype Nutrition Member Spotlight: Kyle Nolan

    My CFP Crossfit and Nutrition Journey: So Coach Jon Collette asked me to share my story so I truly hope you get something out of this, and yes this is very painful for me as I am a very private person so sharing personal issues is not my strong point… . So let’s begin: In September of 2013 at the ripe old age of 42 years I was tipping the scale at 265lbs, and, what I’ve come to realize today…Read More

  8. Prototype Endurance Class

    CFP Endurance Clinic Session II Where: Westborough High Track When: Saturdays 7AM-8AM Start Date: June 24thDuration: 6 weeks Cost: $90 for 6 weeks OR $20 per drop in By: Caitlin Pond (CF-L1) Personally, when I think of endurance I think of it as 80% physical and 20% mental. Almost anyone is capable of running, moving, and exercising for long periods of time, but it is the mental aspect people forg…Read More

  9. Memorial Day Murph Strategy and how you will PR!

    By: Michael Collette Head Coach/Owner of CrossFit Prototype To start, it’s important to recognize and remember that Memorial Day is a time where we honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. In CrossFit and throughout the thousands of affiliates around the world, we honor Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, N.Y., who was killed in Afghanistan June 28th, 2005 e…Read More

  10. Prototype of the Month: Marissa Papazian

    1.) Share your CrossFit Prototype experience and fitness journey  Growing up I played random sports here and there, but nothing too serious. I played ice hockey in high school and was pretty average (but I'd love to get back into it someday). After college, I mostly ran to "stay in shape." One of my good friends started doing Crossfit after she had her first baby and told me she thought I'd like …Read More