Overhead Squat 3-3-3, using heaviest weight per set
Front Squat 3-3-3, using heaviest weight per set
Back Squat 3-3-3, using heaviest weight per set

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From Felicia

Never did I think I’d accomplish anything outside of the gym or in the gym that would make me bounce off the walls, but I can definitely say otherwise. Before I started I couldn’t do a simple push up, never would’ve thought about lifting more than 60 lbs, and was unhappy with my weight. Since I’ve started back in about January, I can now do toes to bars, about 8 pushups in a row in the CrossFit warm up (that’s round 1 lol), I can deadlift 200 lbs, and weight is not an issue anymore. I look in the mirror and realize that I’m way smaller than before, but I also see a stronger person. The happiest thing I’ve accomplished in the gym was being able to run again and couldn’t have done it without the help of the coaches. Outside the gym I made it past the fitness portion in the Corrections exams,  I re-enlisted in the army for eight more years because I can run again, I’m less stressed with school and passing all of my classes, and most importantly I’m able to keep up with my beautiful 2 years old. Thank you CrossFit SAC for not only being a motivational gym, but an inspirational gym. This gym has made me realized that you don’t start perfect or end perfect, but you start somewhere and end up further than you could ever imagine.