Greetings fellow DFCF community!
Things are finally starting to settle and get back to normal since Irma.
These dedicated athletes have come to the box for at least 21 days this month! WOW! Remember to sign in to Wodify daily and record your scores so you don’t miss out.
- Christina M.
Athlete of the Month
Earning athlete of the month is not an easy task. It takes hard work and dedication. We look for athletes that have gone above and beyond in their training, helping new members, taking care of the box, and bettering our community. This month we could think of no other then Chris. Congrats Chris! you earned it! Your hard work has not gone unnoticed. Chris has been putting in some serious training hours this past month and truly dedicating himself. He also stayed after hours helping to build our new equipment a couple of weeks ago. That was a huge help and we are very thankful. Keep reaching your goals!
30 Day Goal Challenge! Look for the explanation at the bottom of the newsletter and join us as we reach our goals in October.
Since Irma was knocking on our door in September we will be making up our 9/11 WOD on Saturday, October 14th. Stay tuned for location and time.
Let’s get together the following Friday, October 20th, for a Glow WOD. Our last one was so fun, so why not do it again! Get your neon clothes ready and bring a dish to share!
We are now recycling! Thank you Annalies for bringing it to our attention. We value all of our members feedback so don’t ever be afraid to bring up new ideas!
As of this coming Monday, we will have boxes set up for Letty’s Puerto Rico Drive. Please bring in D batteries, hygiene products, and other needed supplies. Monetary donations are also being accepted.
Please take a minute and look at our white board by the lovely assault bikes on “12 keys to make a community stronger”.
As always, thank you for your commitment and dedication. See you out on the road toward excellence.
“You’re a product of your environment, surround yourself with the best.” Anonymous
30 Day Goal Challenge
Be Consistent. Be Persistent.We are what we repeatedly do, not what we do occasionally or when the mood strikes and the situation is ideal.
For better or worse, we define ourselves by that which we actively demonstrate our commitment. We don’t claim to be the type who “eats clean” if we grab the first piece of chocolate cake somebody slides toward us. If we get only eight hours of sleep when we can’t find something interesting on Netflix, we don’t claim to be dedicated to getting adequate rest.
But when we start to consistently act in accordance to the story we want to tell about ourselves, there are few audacious goals we can’t achieve.
If we want to lose 20 pounds, we don’t eat sugar today. If we want to be a more present parent, we put the phone away at 5pm tonight. If we want to make Regionals, we get to the gym this afternoon.
And then we do it again tomorrow, and the next day, and all the days that follow…no matter what. No matter that it’s your birthday and your workmates bought you a cake. No matter that your boss keeps texting you. No matter that you’re sore or that you worked late the night before.
When you start to say that I’m the type of person who _________, no matter what, you’ve given yourself a kind of superpower most never uncover.
So who do you want to be and what do you need to do today in order to become that person? Even better, what can you do every single day for the next thirty days – no matter what – that will move you closer?
Get yourself a calendar, stick it on the wall or your refrigerator, and write your goal at the top. Then, every day you accomplish your goal, write a big, red X on the date. Your goal is to not break the chain of X’s.
Can you make it the full thirty?
I challenge all of you October. Let’s do it!