Join CrossFit HQ and the CrossFit Foundation on September 1, 2018 to help build the life-saving culture of CrossFit for Kids in our schools, our parks, our neighborhoods, our communities. With your help, we can put the kids who need it most on a path to life-long health. That’s what Saved by the Barbell is all about.
DRiV will be making a donation to the cause on behalf of our community, so just show up with your family and friends to work out together for a great cause! All are welcome.
For optional official registration: www.crossfit.com/foundation/crossfitforkids
Ages 7+ will continue classes throughout the school year, meeting on Mondays & Thursdays from 4:15 - 5pm.
Membership and Drop Ins available. Email Coach@DRiVFitness.com for more info or to reserve a spot. Space is limited. All levels are welcome.
THERE ARE NO JR CLASSES THE WEEK OF AUGUST 6TH!
Annual Memorial Day Murph will start with heats running from 8:00am until all are finished. There is a version of this workout for everyone, whether you have done it many times or this is your first year.
- 1 Mile Run
- 100 Pull Ups
- 200 Push Ups
- 300 Squats
- 1 Mile Run
Do a scaled version, grab a partner and split it up or even just come cheer on your friends.
Look for sign up for shirt (pre-order only) at the gym and on facebook group page.
oin us on Sunday, April 15th from 2-4pm for all things fitness & health. Megan Farr, doctor in Women’s Health Physical Therapy, will start by talking about core and pelvic health. We will also talk about fitness during pregnancy/postpartum and considerations to make during this chapter. Experiencing leaking? Pain? Discomfort? Pressure? Diastasis recti? (separation of the midline) this event is for you! Every woman should know how to properly engage their pelvic floor and abs. It doesn’t matter if you had a baby 12 weeks ago, 3 years ago, thinking of starting a family, or never had a baby. If you are experiencing leaking when you run, jump, or even sneeze it is never too late to make a change. I will lead you through a warm-up focusing on body alignment & Julie Wiebe’s piston strategy (breathing). We will go over how to properly engage the pelvic floor and how to make your core stronger! We will finish with a group workout that is scaled to your ability level. After the workout stick around and enjoy some adult beverages, small finger foods, get to know each other & all the local vendors.
Fitness for ALL ages! We offer a kids class at the gym coached by two CrossFit Kids certified coaches- Cat & Gabriele.
If you are interested in the Sunday MOMs Day & would like to bring your little ones to try out a class send me a message for more info! Must be 4 & up to participate.
***RSVP BY APRIL 8th via FB or to Kaylee@DRiVFitness.com
-Flagler Hospital Lactation Consultants- Twila Little and Dottie Colsant
-Kaitlin Hayden- Massage therapist will have some essential oils and will be demonstrating different stretches, postures, and way to incorporate essentials oils
-Megan Farr- Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist
-Caroline Sargeant- Nurse Practitioner in women's health
-SuperFit Foods- Meal service
-Hillary Pittman- Matanzas Chiropractic will be offering deep tissue laser therapy (to none pregnant moms)
-Danielle Brooks- Honey Truck Co selling honey & honey pops
What better way to lead up to DRiV Prom, than a week of dressing up, partner wods and PR's?!
MONDAY - ‘Merica Monday - Wear your favorite red, white and blue!
TUESDAY - Twin Tuesday; Grab a partner or twin and wear the same colors, outfits or whatever your feeling!
WEDNESDAY - Wacky Tacky; up to your imagination!
THURSDAY - TBT - Throw it back to whatever decade you want!
FRIDAY - DRiV Spirit Day - wear your favorite DRiV shirt! (classes cancelled after 1pm for Prom set up)
4th Annual Fitness event to raise funds for the Flagler Hospital Cancer Patient Emergency Fund! $25 entry now ($30 after 10/21!) to workout for a great cause.
Bring the family to a fun workout for all levels! All funds raised go straight to the Foundation at Flagler Hospital to help with expenses for Cancer patients.
GORUCK Constellation is a scenario-driven urban survival event led by GORUCK’s Special Forces Cadre. You and your small cell will move through a series of tasks and checkpoints–the stars that form the constellations in the urban terrain. You’ll learn how to prepare and plan for chaos and how to connect the dots of your city, on the move. The goal, of course, is to sharpen your mind into the greatest weapon you have.
What to Bring:
- A rucksack or backpack
- 2L minimum (hydration bladder recommended)
- Photo ID and cab fare (just in case)
- Headlamp with extra batteries
- Ruck Bands on your ruck
- Smartphone (external battery pack recommended)
- Ziploc bag/trash bag (weather dependent) for waterproofing
- (1) full 2L bottle (carbonated required, sugar-free recommended)
- (1) metal can (soup can or similar, 12 oz minimum size)
- (1) roll Duct tape
- (1) Dust mask
- (1) pad of Steel Wool (extra fine recommended)
- (1) 9V Battery (does not have to be brand new)
- 2 feet of cordage or rope (you will be taught and utilize one knot)
- Something that can be used as a tourniquet
- A free Tourist Map of your town (do not pay for it)
As a team, you will also need (1) selfie stick or a team member with Go Go Gadget arms.
Note on packing list: If you’re traveling from out of town or don’t own one of the required items, post a note on your Facebook Event page. GORUCK is a community, lend a hand if you’re local and have enough to spare.
Any items not brought must be foraged (or borrowed from other participants) during Constellation