What are you busy accomplishing today?

(Photo: @dny3429)

What are you busy accomplishing today?

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Hell yes.

Hell yes.

Play your way.

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Play your way.

(Photo: @koobrunna)

Day In, Day Out. #Compete for your life.

Day In, Day Out. #Compete for your life.

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A #tbt to our booth at the 2013 #CrossFit Games! We unfortunately won’t have a booth this year, but follow @CompeteEveryDay on Twitter & if in Carson, look for @JakeT4 who has a bunch of free giveaways!

A #tbt to our booth at the 2013 #CrossFit Games! We unfortunately won’t have a booth this year, but follow @CompeteEveryDay on Twitter & if in Carson, look for @JakeT4 who has a bunch of free giveaways!

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Every 90 Minutes

“You’ve probably heard the saying ‘What would you do if you only had x number of years left to live?  Guess what, we all only have x number of years left. Live like you’re living, not like you’re dying”  – Jay Smith.

I’m a New Orleans Saints fan.  I love the city, the players, and especially Steve Gleason.  His story and fight to raise awareness for ALS through No White Flagshas always been…

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Compete for YOUR life.

Compete for YOUR life.

Competitor of the Week: Amanda Le Walker

Compete Every Day highlights a different member of the #Compete community each week. To be considered for Competitor of the Week, submit a picture wearing your favorite Compete Every Day shirt in any setting & your answers to the bolded questions below to info@competeeveryday.com with the subject line “I Compete.”

Full Name:  Amanda Le Walker

Location:  San Antonio, TX

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Best of luck to Compete Every Day AthELITE Janet Black as she competes during Day 2 of the 2014 CrossFit Games Masters Competition tomorrow!

Best of luck to Compete Every Day AthELITE Janet Black as she competes during Day 2 of the 2014 CrossFit Games Masters Competition tomorrow!

You Have Our Permission to Compete

Madison Robinson didn’t ask for your permission. She didn’t care if you were going to say “yes” or “no,” and frankly, she didn’t care if you even thought she should be allowed to compete. 

The twelve-year-old Texas girl just decided she was going to make it happen. (more…)

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