1. Behind The Why at CrossFit Prototype

    Behind The Why   This is a post that I could go on for days talking and get all sciencey/fancy on some points but I’m going to keep it simple. If you want some science, just ask me or one of our coaches next time you see us : ) The big thing here it to talk to you all about the “Why” behind what we do from the exercise component but also our deeper CrossFit Prototype community “why”. As…Read More

  2. Prototype Open 19.3 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 3 (19.3) is officially in t…Read More

  3. CrossFit Open WOD 19.1 is…

    “19.1 is....” #CFPFamily: The CrossFit Open and The Prototype Open is here! If you have been following the CrossFit Open for some time now, CrossFit HQ has changed some things. Dave Castro didn't announce 19.1 Regionals aren't here anymore, now they have sanctioned events for the elite CrossFit athletes to get to the games. It's much more like the Olympics where the fittest in your respective …Read More

  4. Prototype Open WOD 18.5 Recap and Analysis

    CrossFit Open WOD 18.5 is in the books and here is our week 5 analysis and recap! What an amazing CrossFit Open and Prototype Open it has been! As we all knew, a repeat CrossFit Open WOD was bound to show up and The Dave Castro did not disappoint when he offered up 3 CrossFit Open WOD’s that WE got to choose from! Every week, Dave has challenged the CrossFit community with something new and diff…Read More

  5. 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

  6. Prototype of the Month: Abhinav Pujari

    Prototype of the Month: Abhinav Pujari 1.) Share your CrossFit Prototype experience and fitness journey Even though I officially joined CFP and started “CrossFitting” only in March this year, my relationship with CFP goes way before that. Our early interactions were limited to eye contact and casual flirting, while I drove by with my Panera bread takeout and/or my dunks iced caramel latte extr…Read More

  7. Prototype of the Month: Priscilla Silva

    Share your CrossFit Prototype experience and fitness journey I’m very happy that I have been chosen as The Prototype of the Month. It’s such a great experience to be part of the CFP family. I thought being pregnant would stop me from accomplishing my fitness goals but the CFP helped me push through the 38 weeks by bringing me up when I needed it. My fitness journey started after I gave birth t…Read More

  8. The Prototype Girls Club

    The Prototype Girls Club Time: Thursday's 4pm-5pm Ages: 8-14 years old Cost: FREE Goal: to empower young girls in the community through exercise and team building The Prototype Girls Club is a new FREE program that we have started at CrossFit Prototype. Led by Coach Caitlin Pond, the club is specifically for girls 8-14 years old. The goal of the program is really simple, to help young girls in the…Read More

  9. Prototype of the Month: Mo Ahmed

    Share your CrossFit Prototype experience and fitness journey I've been working out and playing sports (basketball, flag football) for years. It's always been important for me to stay active and healthy. At first it was to get stronger and fitter in order to improve in those sports but as the years went by working out kind of became the sport itself. The 3 or 4 years prior to finding CrossFit Proto…Read More

  10. Prototype of the Month: Brian Dingman

    Prototype of the Month: Brian Dingman 1.) Share your CrossFit Prototype experience and fitness journey About 4 years ago I was in the midst of dramatic personal change. I had spent 25 years sitting at my desk working way too many hours, and I decided that needed to change. So I left big law practice and opened my own firm. It has been fabulous! At the same time I was feeling that I needed to be m…Read More