BCCF March Athlete of the Month & the February Committed Club Results

The Blue Crab CrossFit February Committed Club

Congratulations to the following individuals who made it to the gym 15+ times in February! BCCFers crushed it this month, which was challenging given it was a short month! Awesome job, everyone! Consistency is key for growth and your hard work is showing!

On March 3rd, we’ll randomly draw a name to win $20 store credit to be used at BCCF. If you think your name was missed, please send us a note by the 2nd with proof of 15 sign ins in by March 2nd.

Didn’t make the list? We restart TODAY – so your chances of making the list start over! For individuals who made the January and February list (noted by the *), don’t forget. you’re eligible for the quarterly $50 drawing if you make the list in March!

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– Anna Anderson –
Congratulations to our March BCCF Athletes of the Month, Anna Anderson! We’re so proud of Anna for her consistency and hard work in class! She’s always making us all laugh and is constantly encouraging others to show up and be their best. Congratulations to a well-deserved nomination, Anna! Keep bringing the laughter and energy to class each day! Check out her great story below!
Tell us a bit about yourself!

I was born in Baltimore and grew up in Maryland and Houston, Texas. My mother always lived in the DMV and my father lived in Houston. I have 3 brothers. I had a son with my first husband and I am remarried.

Tell us about your fitness journey and discovering CrossFit

My fitness journey…I used to go rollerblading in Middle School/Freshman year of High School when I lived in Houston. After that I moved to Waldorf with my mom and little brother.  I didn’t become active again until I joined the Army and was forced to run and stuff. After the army I returned to my sedentary life.

My husband thought CrossFit was a bodyweight workout, so he suggested I do it. I found a Groupon for BCCF, tried it, Carol decreed I would come back, I felt obligated to come back, and I’ve been coming back for 3 or 4 years now.

In a nutshell, I was never a fitness person and I joined CrossFit via misunderstanding. LOL!

What goals do you have within the next year – CrossFit and non-CrossFit?

I want to lose weight so I can do pistols, a pull-up, a rope climb. Non-CrossFit wise…I want to read 12 books this year, and some other things.

Tell us more about your life outside of the gym – favorite thing to do when you’re bored, favorite meal, music, job etc. Give us one really random fact that people may not know about you. 

My husband and I watch a lot of Korean shows. My favorite meal is Korean food. Soup, rice, side dishes. Favorite music; 80’s, 90’s, Hillsong, Bethel, Maverick City Music, etc.. Job-I’m a part-time office secretary for a non-profit.

One random fact…I got my Bachelor of Science in Sculpture at Towson University.

We have a New Home!

Blue Crab CrossFit has finally secured a location for our future home. The new location is: 10750 Guilford Road, Jessup.

The space. 

The new space is 5,710 square feet. It is a large open space like our current area with a room off to the side that will be dedicated to Open Gym, offices, a recovery room, and the restroom (with a shower!).

Here’s a photo from earlier last week – they were still cleaning out a few items but it should give you a perspective of the main area (with the side room on the left hand side of the photo). 


The five-year lease will start on March 1st. We plan to start moving our equipment to the new location after class on March 11th. We plan to be up and running for classes by the week of March 13th in the new space. If you want to be part of the moving crew to help us move equipment on either March 11th (right after the 10am class) and/or 12th, we’d love to have the community’s help! Lunch will be provided to those who help us move that day.

This will be our third location since the gym opened almost 10 years ago. The first move was because we outgrew out space, this move is because the landlord is moving us all out. Regardless of where we call home, we know that it is the amazing community that makes Blue Crab CrossFit what it is and is what makes it feel like home. We know that many of you have moved with us in the past and we hope that you all will move with us again because you believe in Blue Crab CrossFit and our mission to serve you.

I know this past year has been a long year of not knowing where we’d end up, so we’re excited for this new adventure and to build this space out for the future home of Blue Crab CrossFit with our community. It’ll be change for all of us, change that we hope that you will embrace for this new and exciting adventure we plan to build together for the Blue Crab CrossFit community.