As always had a blast volunteering at #wod4wheels this weekend and watching everyone compete..always good to see old friends and meet new ones. Congrats to everyone that competed and placed! ️♀️ #crossfit#adaptiveathletes
Saturday recap: WOD4Wheels competition was great! It was my first time competing as an amputee. I've done other competitions before but this particular one was awesome, because I was able to do all the WODs as prescribed. All three wods were fun to do but I enjoyed the last one most, 21 15 9 dumbbell snatches with 1 15ft sled pull in between. Although I did good in the second wod it was the most challenging because I really dislike the assault bike. Thank you @cfredefined For putting on a great competition. Thanks to the judge I had for all 3 wods who was very encouraging and made it feel easier than what it was. Big thank you to all who came out to support me and to the ones who could not make it too, y'all awesome! Last but not least my box @crossfitequality this win for me would not be possible without this box. @crossfitequality has always made me feel at home and has since helped me reach many of my fitness goals thus far, so thank you. #wod4wheels#wod4wheels2017#adaptiveathlete#amputee#crossfit#crossfitequality#supportivecommunity#youareyouronlylimit#rowingsucks#youcanseeitinmyface
This weekend the 5th annual Wod 4 Wheels competition was held in Houston Tx. It was every bit of amazing.
The @wod4wheels adaptive & able body Athlete completion is a fun one. It's purpose is to raise awareness for adaptive athletes and bring the community together.
In January 2018 The Disabled but not Really Foundation would like to sponsor four athletes that want to pursue there fitness journey. It's called the #Helpmefitchallenge at the end of this challenge we will send the four athletes to the Wod 4 Wheels competition to compete against other athletes just like themselves.