Lost and Found Clothing!!




Please be sure to check our lost and found basket over the next few days! Items of clothing have continued to grow and clutter the changing area near the bathroom. All unclaimed items of clothing will be donated on Monday June 29th, so be sure to take a peek in the basket at some point this week! :)

Last Call for Sneaker Donations!!

Last call for sneaker donations!!

We have partnered up with worldwearproject.com to collect gently used sneakers, that will be donated all over the world to people in need. We will be shipping out the sneakers next Monday, June 29th! Please donate any gently used sneakers and rubber band them together! Thank you in advance for your support!

World Wear Project pays us for our sneaker donations  and we in turn help people all over the world! The money that we raise from the sneaker donations, will be put towards a HUGE local Charity Event that will be taking place at CrossFit Beyond in late August...Stay tuned later this week for all of the details! You will not want to miss out!

Rowing Seminar/Skill Day Tomorrow-Mon. 6/22!!


Rowing Seminar/Skill Day...CrossFit Beyond will be holding one hour Rowing Seminars during all classes tomorrow (Monday, June 22nd) as well as incorporating a skill day to work on specific movements that may be challenging and difficult for our members.

Learn how to row properly.

Get more efficient and get faster!!

-with Lou Aiossa and Heather Evans

** This seminar will help build the basics of rowing and also give more experienced rowers tips to get faster more efficiently.  The key to erging in CrossFit is to maximize speed without wasting energy that you will need to do the next activity in the WOD.

The purpose of this seminar is to enhance the efficiency and application of power on the rower, helping each athlete improve their technique and ultimately their times.

Don't miss out! Stop in to one of our classes tomorrow!

**Heather Evans Biography**

I have been rowing with Albany Rowing Center for 14 years.  I have raced in local and international regattas, including US Masters National Races, FISA, Head of the Charles, and Canadian Henley.  I have significant experience coxing and bowing boats in races. My most challenging and rewarding coxing occurred at the Head of the Charles at the largest 2 day international regatta in the northeast - where I navigated the very curvy Charles River to help my women's coxed 4 into the top 10 with an automatic invitation for the following year. I now row recreationally in my own single.


**Lou Aiossa Biography**

I walked on to the Marist crew team as a freshmen.  I rowed that year as a novice.  The following three years I rowed as a varsity orsman becoming team co captain my senior year.  I have rowed in the state championships, in 8's and as a crew won the maac conference all three years at the varsity level.  In my senior year I finished my rowing career at the International Collegent Rowing association national championship regatta AKA the IRA  finishing 14th in the country in a four.  Following college I coached at the mid Hudson rowing club and then at Marist under the late Scott Sanford.  I have been a crossfitter for over 3 years most recently obtained the level 1 coach certificate.