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Feb 19

Thursday Thought: PBs - Holding Yourself Accountable

Posted by Crossfit Maroochydore

Was that really a PB or did you let your standards slip? Hold a high standard to all movement that way you can make every increase a PB!

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Feb 15

Thursday Thought: Do your actions meet you goals?

Posted by Crossfit Maroochydore

Do Your actions match your goals, its New Year and the resolutions are running hot but is your mouth writing checks your ass cant cash? (Top gun reference for those in the cheap seats.) We go through how your actions must match your goals otherwise there is zero chance of getting there! Enjoy!


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Feb 12

Thursday Thought: New Years Training

Posted by Crossfit Maroochydore

Who's got New Years Resolutions??? Got a plan to make sure your still at it come February? Watch this video for our thoughts on how you can keep at it!

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Dec 16

Have Patience, trust the process - Thursday Thoughts

Posted by Crossfit Maroochydore

Having Patience and trusting the process is something that is becoming less and less in today's society. Sometimes the only thing missing in being successful in anything you do is patience setting up realistic expectations is important. Have a listen/watch and tell us what you think!

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Dec 14

How long do you spend on Meal Prep!

Posted by Crossfit Maroochydore

We have a question! How long do you spend on meal prep? So with the answer to this one I give you WHAT I DO, just because it works for me doesnt mean that it will work for you as always get advice from the right person for you and your circumstances!

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Dec 12

Excuses vs reasons! - Thursday Thoughts!

Posted by Crossfit Maroochydore

Since I posted the video about how to stay motivated over Christmas Ive been getting a bit of feedback from people saying "Coach I cant do that because........." Most of what Im being told is just an excuse, make sure you are able to identify what is a legitimate reason and what is just an excuse. Fact is most of it is just an excuse. Enjoy!

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