Saturday, February 10th

I’d like to introduce our newest addition to our CrossFit Woodbridge coaching staff.  Mr Pete Morrison!  Coach Pete has been involved in CrossFit since 2008. He is passionate about the community and competition. Pete played Rugby at the University of Maine at Orono, the Portland Rugby Club and in New York for the National Rugby League.

Pete uses CrossFit as one of the tools to lead a fuller healthier life. He has competed and judged in several competitions in the Northeast. He is a 22 year Military Veteran who created CrossFit KFOR in Kosovo during his last deployment.

His specialties include Strongman and lifting heavy stuff. His goals for the future are to fight getting older one rep at a time and to qualify for the CrossFit games as a Masters Athlete.

What year did you start CrossFitting?  2008

Why did you get into fitness (and CrossFit)? I have always been involved in competitive sports, playing Rugby through college and beyond. After a deployment to Iraq my fitness and mental health were not a priority and it showed. CrossFit and CF competitions were a form of therapy for me, and a tool to to lead a fuller happier life.

Why did you become a trainer? I love that CrossFit understands the value of community and shared struggle. Helping people reach their fitness and ultimately health and wellness goals through community is something I am very grateful to be a part of.

What’s your favorite CrossFit movement? Anything heavy; cleans, deadlifts, stones!

What is your favorite cheat food? SUGAR!! Maine and my Nana are known for whoopie pies so those and any cake doughnut pastry related items.

What’s your favorite Superhero and why? He’s stupid popular right now but prior to the X-Men movies it was Wolverine. I have always been a fan of the anti-hero. The guy that doesn’t always know the right answer at the right time immediately or the guy that comes deeply flawed but still ends up saving the day.


  • Level 2
  • Olympic Weightlifting
  • Gymnastics
  • Trainers Course
  • Strongman Course
  • EMT and CPR certified

In teams of 3:

70/50 Cal Row
70 bar facing burpees
70 KB swings
60/40 Cal Row
60 bar facing burpees
60 KB swings
50/ 35 Cal Row
50 bar facing burpees
50 KB swings
40/30 Cal Row
40 bar facing burpees
40 KB Swings
30/20 Cal Row
30 bar facing burpees
30 KB Swings