Complete the Workout: 1 pt
Top 5 Girls: 1 pt
Top 5 Guys: 1 pt
Team Spirit: 1-10 pts
Redo with lower score: -5 pts


17.1 Photos

Week 1 - 44
Week 2 - 45
Week 3 - 43
Week 4 - 42
Week 5: 
Team - 29
Spirit - 7
Top 5 - 5
Total - 41
Open Total - 215

Week 1 - 44
Week 2 - 47
Week 3 - 45
Week 4 - 43
Week 5: 
Team - 29
Spirit - 7
Top 5 - 5
Total - 41
Open Total - 220

Week 1 - 43
Week 2 - 44
Week 3 - 42
Week 4 - 42
Week 5:
Team - 32
Spirit - 7
Top 5 - 0
Total - 39
Open Total - 210


Ben Williams
Brad Follensbee
Cameron Corbett
Chandra Dodge
Corie Perry
Darla Homer
Erin Ford
Fallon Weber
Gin Reese
Hunter Harmelink
Isaac Gaddis
Jackson Craig
Jake Pique
Jason Depoorter
Jedekiah May
Jeralyn Baysinger
Jimmy Childs
Joey Wilhelm
Josh Perry
Justin Thompson
Kyree Corbett
Launa Hackleman
Lisa Popp
Mark Petrie
Michael Kempton
Michelle Thompson
Miquelle Bernard
Natalia Follensbee
Nate Bertagnole
Neil Williams
Olivia Danielson
Penney Miller
Preston Oyloe
Rachel Bouzis
Scott Popp
Shane Durtsche
Tiffany Kempton


Amy Martinez
Angie Van Houten
Becky Zook
Bob Vigneri
Brayden Alberts
Britnee Miller
Candace Sundell
Charlie Cunningham
Cobi Eskew
Crystal Alberts
Denise Corkill
Erik Alberts
Gabe Gaddis
Garrett Harker
Hector Martinez
Jared Flanigan
Jeff Nielson
Jim Halsey
Jinnger Meyer
Josh Oster
Kacy Frank
Kaitlyn Pfister
Kaitlyn Boland
Kellen Miller
Laura Murray
Luke Gaddis
Matt Cisneros
Nick Miller
Peter Nicolaysen
Phillip Richard
Raphael Gaddis
Rocky Eades
Stephanie Marker
Thomas Branson
Trevor Wilson
Ty Frost
Willow Van Norman


Aaron Hayworth
Angel Phillips
Blake Parks
Brandon Lamb
Brettnee Tromble
Chris Hoburka
CJ Taylor
Colby Butler
Dan Graham
Daniel Uresk
Davina Drazick
Emma Green
Erika Redmond
Eulynda Dukart
Frank Shablo
Hannah Gaddis
Idalia Hecker
Jackson Green
Jan Glover
Jason Boe
Jennifer Freel
Josh Flanigan
Keat O’Hearn
Kirk Klungness
Kirsten Peckham
Kyle Kilgore
Lisa Cutrell
Mike Kaley
Nick Landen
Pat Bower
Rashelle Schoenleber
Sarah Uppleger
Shandiin Kilgore
Steve Freel
Tara Landen
Tonya Keil
Trent Butler

New year, new Open! The regular season of CrossFit is about to begin. Some of you that have been in the game for a while are wondering if you’re going to register this year. Some of you that are new are nervous about the prospect of competing against and in front of all your peers. Here’s some universal advice and insight about the Open that applies to both groups.

  1. The Open is about YOU. The Open is an opportunity to compete against the only person that you need to worry about competing against; yourself. The Open is a place to test your fitness. If you’ve been around for a while, you use the Open to determine if you’ve improved. If you’re new, you’re setting a baseline that you can look back at for years to come. There’s no reason to worry about how you place within the gym, region, or world, how well you stack up against the other people in class… The Open is YOU VS YOU.

  2. The Open is FUN. Go to our CrossFit 307 Facebook page and look back through the photo albums from past Opens. Sure, you’ll see lots of pictures of people looking like they’re about to hurl, but I promise you that every one of those people had some serious fun throughout the Open.

  3. The Open is about INSPIRATION. We, in this box, are part of a select group within society. We are lucky to be surrounded here by people that care about health and fitness, but the moment you step outside our box you’ll see how unhealthy the general population is. You are in a unique position to inspire anyone around you just by showing up and competing in the Open. Regular folks outside the fitness world will see pictures and posts of you competing, and you may just inspire someone to take their first venture into our box. The Open ends up being a pretty visible event particularly on social media. You have the opportunity to compete and potentially inspire anyone on your friends list. The CrossFit Games are cool, but changing the life of someone you know for the better and healthier is significantly cooler.

  4. The Open is about OUR FUTURE. If you’re a parent, nothing is cooler to your kids than coming in and seeing mom or dad compete. They won’t know what’s going on, or if you’re beating the person in the next lane… but if they see you busting your butt and having a good time, they’re going to learn some valuable life lessons and love you even more than they did before. There will be kids from around town coming in to watch this year, and seeing their parents, parent's friends, teachers, etc. competing will inspire them to make choices that will lead to them being able to do this one day.

We’ve decided to run an Intramural Open within our gym this year. We want to reinforce these ideas and we think that adding a fun, spirit oriented, team atmosphere to the Open will do just that. So go, RIGHT NOW! to and get registered. We’ll draft some teams, we’ll have some serious fun, and then we’ll make 2017 the best Open yet!