When I first met Tristan I thought he was a d-bag. That's not to say he's a bad person, I just thought he was cocky. He joined Boot Camp relatively fit by the average American definition. He looked decent but he couldn't snatch, hit multiple pul
We often get so wrapped up in our newer athletes progress, that's it is very easy to overlook those that have been CrossFitting for years and years. We all PR in the "glory days" of CrossFit those first 3-12 months, but what happens after that. Well, after be
We all have different CrossFit journeys and paths. Some are very direct, show up to CrossFit, become addicted. Others have a long and winding path. Nicole's journey had even more twists and turns than anyone we had ever met. While Nicole has been an athlet
From Monday through Friday there is a group of athletes that show up to ACF at 5:30 in the morning. This group of athletes is best referred to as the Morning Mayhem crew. Amongst the many great athletes that show up each and every day, there is one athlet
Bill Craft goes by many names, "Wild Bill," "Wall Street," or simply Bill. Since joining the Albany CrossFit community in October 2012 (shout out to that Boot Camp class), Bill has immersed himself in everything we have to offer. Bill&
Written by Alex Cadmus This might be a biased post from my point of view because I've seen Pete progress to where he is today from the very beginning.The first day he stepped into boot camp, with his long slicked back hair under a backwards hat; "just call me 'Gannon,'
It's rare that the honor of Member of the Month to be given to an athlete in such a short time, but with Nick Germano leaving Albany this week, and the way he clearly defines all the characteristics we look for in a MOM, we couldn’t have him leave without knowing how