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Old 09-20-2013, 03:39 PM   #41
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Are you talking about Rouge engineering? My spacers are from them, they build some good stuff.

Have you considered buying used? Craigslist has plenty of decent equipment for more than half the price.

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go scope out the Again Faster facility in Boston for me. I love Rogue's stuff and shipping is only about 400 on all this so I probably wont even bother driving to Boston to pick stuff up.
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Old 09-20-2013, 03:45 PM   #42
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Are you talking about Rouge engineering? My spacers are from them, they build some good stuff.

Have you considered buying used? Craigslist has plenty of decent equipment for more than half the price.
no rogue fitness. Check it out. I have checked craigslist but it's ehh. I want some really nice stuff when I first start. I'm so excited about this I can't even explain it lol.
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Old 09-20-2013, 06:48 PM   #43
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They're based in OH, at least the address I found on their site.

Cannot wait to see how this turns out for ya.

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no rogue fitness. Check it out. I have checked craigslist but it's ehh. I want some really nice stuff when I first start. I'm so excited about this I can't even explain it lol.
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Old 09-20-2013, 08:37 PM   #44
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They're based in OH, at least the address I found on their site.

Cannot wait to see how this turns out for ya.
Again Faster is in boston


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Old 09-21-2013, 01:09 AM   #45
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Got it. Damn they're right downtown, few blocks from where I used to work. They have some nice equipment.

Dude if you do this right, you'll make good money. My gym charges some crazy money for CF. If you give people good workouts for a nice price, you'll end up opening a whole gym. If I know you well, I would start a business with you

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Old 09-21-2013, 05:22 AM   #46
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Got it. Damn they're right downtown, few blocks from where I used to work. They have some nice equipment.

Dude if you do this right, you'll make good money. My gym charges some crazy money for CF. If you give people good workouts for a nice price, you'll end up opening a whole gym. If I know you well, I would start a business with you
Thanks man. I'm really looking forward to it. So much potential and luckily crossfit is booming and I know a lot of people in my area. Like I said worst case scenario is I throw a few thousand at this and see what happens. Their is essentially no risk. It's not like I'm taking out a 30k home equity or something.


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Old 09-21-2013, 01:45 PM   #47
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If you host a weekend event for an intense CF Spartan workout. Let me crash at your house, we both can use the flashlight. I'll bring you a 10lb protein bag as a gift.

Get this gym set up Mike!

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Thanks man. I'm really looking forward to it. So much potential and luckily crossfit is booming and I know a lot of people in my area. Like I said worst case scenario is I throw a few thousand at this and see what happens. Their is essentially no risk. It's not like I'm taking out a 30k home equity or something.


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Old 09-26-2013, 06:05 PM   #48
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Old 09-26-2013, 06:09 PM   #49
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Old 10-01-2013, 12:19 AM   #51
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It might sound gay but I am so jealous of people that make a living off of owning a small crossfit gym. I would absolutely love to just train people and hang out in a gym talking about this sh1t all day.
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Old 10-01-2013, 08:31 AM   #52
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funny reading this from earlier in the year
now go make it happen
wow thanks man. I have a little meeting with a buddy of mine tonight that may want to partner up. We've been shooting emails back and forth and he likes what he sees. He's really into this stuff too and goes to the only other local cf now. We're a little worried how the owner over there may take it but we'll get all that figured out tonight I hope.

Thank you everyone that has inspired me to try this.
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Old 10-05-2013, 08:58 PM   #53
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wow thanks man. I have a little meeting with a buddy of mine tonight that may want to partner up. We've been shooting emails back and forth and he likes what he sees. He's really into this stuff too and goes to the only other local cf now. We're a little worried how the owner over there may take it but we'll get all that figured out tonight I hope.

Thank you everyone that has inspired me to try this.
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He's real excited about it and the next move is to take the cert in November. He's very slow getting back to me though and I'm a big planner. Something tells me I might be starting this alone and if he wants to get in at a later point I'll see if it makes sense. In other news I got this email from someone from the cf boards.

"Mike,

I am a beginner crossfitter in Goshen. I'm a business owner and am interested in investing in Crossfit Boxes, but not anywhere near being a coach or trainer. In one of your posts you mentioned opening a box. If and when you decide to open a box if you need financial backing please consider meeting with me".

I'll see what he has to say. At this point I don't need him but if I wanted to get into a larger facility it may be helpful. I don't think I'd like to give up a percentage of ownership just to get the ball rolling though. Long term that doesn't make sense to me.


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Don't forget the liability insurance. When someone gets hurt or has a medical issue requiring hospitalization, which invariably will happen with CrossFit, you need to be protected. Seriously. Signed waivers are not a cure-all. There are ways around them.
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Don't forget the liability insurance. When someone gets hurt or has a medical issue requiring hospitalization, which invariably will happen with CrossFit, you need to be protected. Seriously. Signed waivers are not a cure-all. There are ways around them.
I will be getting insurance for sure.

I just ordered 3 again faster all black barbells. I'm really looking forward to using a "real" barbell. The ones I have now are from those cheap Olympic weight sets. Click image for larger version

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I can't wait to see what you think after using it. NIGHT AND DAY difference!

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I'm excited to use them. I've been told "real" barbells are awesome. I guess I didn't know what I was missing.
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I'm excited to use them. I've been told "real" barbells are awesome. I guess I didn't know what I was missing.
One of my coaches bought a $450 barbell. Not sure of the name? And I was the first to give him **** for spending so much money on JUST a barbell. But admittedly, it's the best barbell I've ever used and now I'm OCD with it. I HAVE to use it for any exercise I do with barbells. Haha


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One of my coaches bought a $450 barbell. Not sure of the name? And I was the first to give him **** for spending so much money on JUST a barbell. But admittedly, it's the best barbell I've ever used and now I'm OCD with it. I HAVE to use it for any exercise I do with barbells. Haha


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These were 209 each. Very entry level into the "good bars". I've seen some bars that were wayyy up there lol.
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