• CrossFit Strength Haven CFSH Member Spotlight (Claudia de la Garza)


    Story of DLG:

    The last quarter of 2017 I was diagnosed with a hormonal disorder called Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). PCOS causes ovarian cysts, it affects the way an individual maintains weight, and interferes with having consistent menstrual cycles; which can lead to difficulty conceiving. I was relieved to have found an answer to my health issues, but I knew I had to do something more. I constantly thought about a future I might not be able to provide, I wasn’t feeling my best, looking in the mirror was a daily struggle, and the number on the scale kept...
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  • CrossFit Strength Haven The Open

    The Open

    In the stereotypical voice of Dave Castro, “The 2018 CrossFit Open … is … (finger in the air) … (smile) … (point to random person in the crowd) … OVER”.

    Five workouts, five weeks, all culminated to one final score. For the elite, The Open is a light speed bump on their road to the Games. For us rest of mere mortals, it is the height of our competitive CrossFit season. 

    In 2018, Dave Castro decided to use The Open to completely set a new standard of fitness. From introducing ring muscle ups and handstand walks to testing...
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  • CrossFit Strength Haven Everyone Loves Wall Balls

    Wall Balls
  • CrossFit Strength Haven Rest Days!!!!

    Rest Days
  • CrossFit Strength Haven October Athlete of Month

    CFSH is proud to announce that October’s Athlete of the Month is Lisa Hill! If you’ve ever joined a noon class for a workout, then you’ve probably met Lisa. She is a dedicated nooner, and she’s usually working out right by the fan!  She gives each day all she’s got and then some. You’ll find her staying after class to work on her GOATS and constantly seeking improvement. She is encouraging to her fellow athletes and to herself. She’s always willing to give a helping hand for events at CFSH. We’re so grateful that Lisa is...
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  • CrossFit Strength Haven Butternut squash soup

    Spicy Butternut Squash Soup

    In Texas, we like to believe that winter is a thing.  I still like to believe it from time to time when I’m cooking. Some of my favorite things to cook should be done when the weather is cold outside.  Just pretend it is or save this recipe for a cold day.  I was given this recipe a few years back, and every time it comes out great. Butternut squash is typically available year-round, but I’m pretty sure it’s a winter squash–could be wrong. It’s sweet, and it doesn’t taste quite like pumpkin.  The sweetness blends...
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