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🔥Topic: CrossTown Throwdown

Get ready folks, our 4th annual CrossTown Throwdown is on the horizon and this year we’re hosting!

What is the CrossTown Throwdown?

The CrossTown Throwdown is a CrossFit competition between BCF CrossFit and our “sister box”, Crossfit Cimmeria (owned by Ty & Courtney). It is a one-day event and will be similar to the Backyard Brawl, but more competitive. ;) Typically the competition is hosted at the loser’s box, but we want to show off our awesome new facility this year so we offered to host!

Teams of two of the same sex and skill level (Rx, Scaled, and Masters 35+) will participate in 3 WODs, plus a finals WOD for the top 3 teams within each division.

Funds earned from this event go directly towards purchasing new equipment for our box.

Who can participate?

Anyone can participate in this event so long as they are at least 16 years of age and a member of BCF CrossFit.

Not interested in competing? No problem! This is an “all hands on deck” event - we will need many judges and volunteers to help things run smoothly.

When is it and what will the day’s schedule look like?

The date is set for September 7th and you can expect to be here all day. This is not set in stone yet, but the athlete briefing will be before 8am and more than likely the finals WOD will happen around 3pm. This info is just going off years past and is not finalized.

Afterwards stick around for a BBQ and some entertainment. More details on this coming soon!

July Athlete of the Month- Todd Pittman

Tell us a little about yourself and family- Hobbies, interests, where
you grew up, occupation, etc.

I was born in California, moved to Auburn Washington at age 5 and then moved to Tigard my sophomore year of high school. After high school, I attended Oregon State University for six years. I didn’t get an advanced degree just had a good time. After all that time at Oregon State I ended up with a Construction Engineering Management degree. I have worked in the construction industry ever since. Currently I am the estimator for Pihl Excavating here in Banks. While attending junior high in Washington I had met my future wife. We always kept in touch after I left and started dating again after college and have been married for 21 years. I also have two sons, the oldest will be a sophomore at Oregon State next year and the youngest will be a junior at Forest Grove High School. For hobbies it seems like I have just been getting my kids to sporting events and working on my property where I live up by Hagg Lake.

  How did you hear about BCF and what made you want to join?

A couple years ago my oldest son was dating Lucy Plews and she would always talk about how great BCF was and that if I ever wanted to do Cross Fit go out to Banks. Thanks for the advice Lucy!

                                 What motivates you to come to the box week after week?

I have always had a bad back and it seems like the more I exercise the better it feels. That is what got me started and then I showed up to a 6 am class! Need I say more?

What are your goals? Personal, professional, and/or athletic?

My main goal right now is getting my youngest through high school and hopefully on to college. Also while spending all that time at Oregon State, I ended up playing on the rugby team for five years. I would like to get in good enough shape to play again against my oldest son who is also on the Oregon State team.

What is your favorite lift, movement or WOD? Least Favorite?

Right now my favorite movement has to be hand stand pushups. I am starting to get the hang of it and doing something upside down makes a fun challenge. My least favorite, being old and not very flexible has to be the overhead squat.

What is your proudest CF moment?

My first RX work out.

What is one tip you would give someone who is interested in CrossFit
or new to CrossFit?

Just show up and keep showing up.

Biggest impact CrossFit has made in your life?

I feel better now than I have in a long time.