Compete Every Day Blog

My Day One

Each week, we share positive motivation to encourage you to press onward this week. But some weeks, you don’t need a motivational quote, a picture,...

Why I Compete: Ashley Russell

I compete for my life, family, and self- improvement. I compete because I refuse to accept failure. 1. Tell us a little about yourself. My name is ...

Why I Compete: Kara Paslay

“Win or lose, living out what you were created to do the is greatest accomplishment there is.” 1. Tell us a little about yourself. My name’s Kara...

Why I Compete: Reid Fitzgerald

Competing Every Day means to give 100% in everything you do. 1. Tell us a little about yourself. I am a coach and owner at CrossFit Panther City in...

Why I Compete: Leah Greenfield

A natural born competitor will never be ok with mediocrity. 1. Tell us a little about yourself. I am a Head Coach and an athlete. I coach and train...

Push Past Your Limits

CrossFit Games Open workout 16.4 in the books. Gross. 13 minutes, as many rounds as possible of: 55 deadlifts (225lbs) 55 wallballs 55 calori...

Lindsay Marshall

“I compete because seeing the results of your efforts is beautiful. I compete because the harder the challenge, the greater reward I reap. I compet...

Ward Skinner

“Because there comes a time when instead of your children’s lives revolving around you, you are trying to find ways to participate in theirs – Cros...

Karen Pierce: Heart of a Champion

Each month, Compete Every Day will interview inspirational athletes, entrepreneurs, leaders, & competitors. Each of these individuals will vary...

Doug Katona: CrossFit Endurance

You may not know Doug Katona’s name but his programming is known worldwide. The two-time California state cycling champion and former NFL athlete t...

Kate Foster: I’ll Show You

Cancer is a bitch. We really have no other way to phrase it. It’s an evil that is expected to hit 1.6 million Americans in 2012. Many are able to o...

Lisbeth Darsh: Competing for a Community

Guest post by Web Smith. Compete Every Day got its start in CrossFit and we’re grateful for that. Not just because it is a great community but beca...