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Boston Iron Kids Club

   Any CrossFit athlete knows the feeling of failing and bailing. The bar rattles as the bumper plates bounce off the mat. Your face goes flush from both the expended effort and the emotional upheaval of missing the lift and your brain reels as it tries to figure out what went wrong.Every Steve’s Club coach knows this moment of…

Making a Difference - Steve’s Club Denver

                             One of the great things about the Steve’s Club model is that it can adapt to the needs and resources of different communities around the country. In Denver, they built their program from the interests of their founder and founding board, the volunteerism and financial…

Steve’s Club 10 Days of Giving: Dec 12-21

Give to your family/friends and Steve's Club at the same time!Still in search of the perfect gift for a friend, loved one or yourself this holiday season? Check out the amazing products, coaching plans and one-on-one private sessions with elite athletes and high-level coaches in our community that our supporters have so generously donated.Enter the raffle by making…

Steve’s Club Athlete Profile: Tommy

   Most of us don’t have a very vivid memory of our childhoods, especially the very early years. But what does it mean when you are 17 years old and can’t remember things that occurred only a few short years before?It’s not amnesia. It’s not due to any physical injury. It’s another kind of trauma. The type of…

Steve’s Club Athlete Profile: Elijah

   Most 14-year-olds enjoy sleeping in, avoid doing hard work, and need to be told what to do. Elijah from Steve's Club Louisville in Kentucky is different. He was the very first athlete to join this new chapter of Steve's Club in March of 2016. "Elijah saw the story the local news ran about our gym and called me immediately.…

Steve’s Club Athlete Profile: Tony

   Tony is the son of Mexican immigrants and has grown up in the heart of Camden, NJ, where 40% of residents are below the national poverty line.Camden, NJ had the highest crime rate in the United States in 2012, with 2,566 violent crimes for every 100,000 people, 6.6 times higher than the national average of 387 violent…

As You Gather at the Table, Remember This

"As You Gather at the Table, Remember This" – a guest post by Lisbeth Darsh                     Hunger is a real thing in America. We forget that. It's one more thing we overlook, as we move through our daily lives, grabbing a bite here or making a meal there. We joke…

Spencer Hendel: I Support Steve’s Club

Life Is About Second Chances   How we handle setbacks is everything. And setbacks generally come with two options: let it beat you, or figure out a way to beat it.For Spencer Hendel, a 6 times Games athlete and the head coach and owner of Reebok CrossFit Medfield, it's about having the resiliency to pick yourself up and…

Greg Amundson: I Support Steve’s Club

The Greatest Adaptation Is Between The Ears                                               In 2001, right in the middle of a fight for his life, Greg Amundson came to a terrifying realization. He was extremely unprepared for this battle, and he may…

Austin Malleolo: I Support Steve’s Club

CrossFit is Community    “The first workout I did was Fran. I immediately laid down and spent the next half hour with my head in a trash can. And I was forever hooked.”Austin Malleolo first came across CrossFit in 2009 and hasn’t looked back since. After that first workout, he signed up for his L1 Certification, and just a…