A post shared by CrossFit (@crossfit) on Mar 17, 2017 at 2:18pm PDT
In a recent viral clip originally posted by Alicia Brogan and later reposted on CrossFit’s official Instagram account, we meet a kid who’s very focused on his CrossFit routine, which includes sets of squats, weightlifting, and, last but not least, ring pull-ups. “Yeah, that’s good!” Brogan says in the background, cheering him on. “One more, one more!” she shouts proudly before he completes his impressive regimen.
“💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 get it little buddy” one person wrote underneath the post. “This is amazing….and SO CUTE!” another commentator said. Watch the adorable video above to get all of the fitness motivation you needed this week.
We know how hard it is to get up and go to the gym on days when you really just don’t feel like it, but this video shared by CrossFit enthusiast Lindsay Hilton will motivate you. In the clip, Hilton, who was born without legs or arms, powers through a vigorous workout session, which includes carrying and lifting dumbbells and doing a series of pull-ups seemingly with ease. Watch the inspiring video ahead, and then hit the gym today!
A post shared by Lindsay Hilton (@lahltn) on Mar 4, 2017 at 4:03am PST
Hallie Mossett recently channeled her inner Beyoncé when she executed a flawless one-minute floor routine to a medley of “Formation,” “Partition,” and “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” during a dual meet against the Arizona Wildcats. Her rousing performance, which received a perfect 10 from one of the judges, had the crowd on their feet and her teammates cheering her on the entire time.
In the end, Hallie’s career-high score of 9.975 helped UCLA’s gymnastics team take home the trophy. Hallie’s impressive performance is even more inspiring considering the fact that she suffered a fractured hip after a tragic car accident in 2011 and underwent multiple surgeries to recover. Watch her stunning routine above.