“The Bar has been Raised”

Welcome To Bedlam Athlete

Bedlam CrossFit is not a typical gym. We are Texas’ Elite Fitness Facility specializing in teaching the CrossFit standards of “fitness”, “health” and “athleticism.” Our fitness, being “CrossFit”, comes through molding men and women that are equal parts gymnast, Olympic weightlifter, and multi-modal sprinter or “sprint athlete.” Bedlam CrossFit strives to break away from the current, flawed fitness model we see so prevalent in America. You will not find mirrors, universal machines, or disinterested staff. What you will find are all the tools necessary to build elite levels of fitness, and trainers committed to get you there.
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Daily WOD

New WOD released 5 days a week. We offer Individual Program Design for those seeking a competitive edge.

Bedlam Athlete #85 – Cycle #4

A1) Weighted Single Leg DL X 6/ Leg @21X1- rest 1 Min
A2) 6-8 Kipping HSPU to Deficit – rest 1 min
A3) 12-15 Banded Russian KBS
Rest 2 mins X 3 Sets
B) Every 75 Sec X 6 Sets
3 Burpee BJ Overs (30/24)
3-4 Unbroken PC+OH @60% of C&J RM
Rest 2 mins
C) 3 Min AMRAP
24 BJ Overs (24/20)
18 Burpees
AMRAP PC (135/95)
Rest 3 mins
21 BJ Overs
15 Burpees
AMRAP PC (185/115)
Rest 3 mins
18 BJ Overs
12 Burpees
AMRAP PC (205/135)
Rest 3 mins
15 BJ Overs (24/20)
9 Burpees
AMRAP PC (225/155)

Bedlam Athlete #84 – Cycle #4

Friday AM Session
A) 3 Sets:
1000m Row
50 DU
25 Step Down BJ (24/20)
Rest 1:1 Work/Rest Ration

Friday PM Session
A) 10 Min EMOM
Min 1 – 4 FS @55% of FS RM
Min 2 – 5 BS @55% of FS RM
B) 6 Sets: @60% of Snatch RM
3 Posiiton Snatch
*1 Hi-Hang, Above Knee, Full
C) 11 Min AMRAP
45/35 Cal Row
60 WB (20/14)
75 PS (75/55)
D) 3X15 Hip Extensions – 2 Sec Pause @top of each p

Bedlam Athlete #82 – De-Load

A) Build to a heavy Weighted Strict Pull-Ups
B) 1-12 Unbroken C2B
^You must come down after every unbroken set
*Scale to Pull-Ups if not super efficient with C2B
C) For Time:
50/35 Cal AD
1200m Run
2K Row

Bedlam Athlete – #81 – De-Load

BS – Build to a heavy double for the day
B) 15 Mins to build
PS – Build to a heavy TNG Set of 5
PC – Build to a heavy TNG Set of 5
C) For Time:
25 Thrusters (95/65)
400m Run
20 Bar Muscle Ups
400m Run
25 Thrusters (95/65)

Bedlam Athlete – #80 – De-Load

Monday AM
2X500m Row @75% – rest as needed
1X1K Row – AFAP
Build to a heavy Push Press for the Day
B) For Time:
30 Ring Muscle Ups
Scale to 10 Min AMRAP of RMU if you were only holding 1-2 on the 10 Min EMOMS
C) 20 Min EMOM
1- 6-9 Burpee BJ Overs (24/20)
2 – 15/12 Cal Row
3 – 10-15 T2B
4 – 12/9 Cal Ad

Bedlam Athlete – #79 – De-Load

1 Max Unbroken Set of Strict HSPU
Split Jerk – Build to a heavy
C) 14 Min AMRAP
200m Run
6 Kipping HSPU to Deficit (5″/3″)
18 Alt DB Snatch (50/35)
54 DU
4X1 Min Weighted Front Brdge

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Comparison is the thief of joy.

When you shift your focus towards self instead of what others are doing, you find you start progressing faster than before.

Train harder for YOU.

Lift heavier for YOU.

Eat to fuel your body for YOU.

Root for others and encourage their work while knowing that you’re on your own journey and capable of so much too.

There is only one of you. Respect your uniqueness and revel in your own accomplishments. 🙌🏽


Special shoutout to this father-son duo on their outstanding performances this weekend at @poweroutput .

@wytt.w competed in the TEEN division and let his competitor spirit shine! He snagged himself the top spot 🥇 and even PRD his thruster during competition. 🙌🏽

His father Paul, was among a stacked group of individuals representing the 50+ group. He fought with all his might despite having an injury and earned himself a 🥈 finish.

You two have worked very hard over the years and we hope that this weekend reminded you that no matter what age you are, the competitive spirit never weakens or dies. Keep it up y’all 🙌🏽

Bedlam Fam ❤️
We are so proud of our athletes who worked their ass off in the heat today!
There were lots of PRs, outstanding finishes, comraderie, and teamwork.

Thank you to all of you could make it out to support in person and those who could from afar. 🤗

Fantastic job everyone!!


With time, patience, and a determined spirit you too can achieve anything you set your mind to.

It won’t be easy.
You’ll have moments where you may need to step back, but the goal is always
Forward ——>

Here’s to your relentless spirit and making time for yourself even on your hardest days. 🙌🏽


Kabul 13”

In remembrance of the 13 fallen soldiers. We honor and will always remember you and those who came before you.
Join us today for our 9:30am community WOD.

•Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Darin T. Hoover, 31, of Salt Lake City, Utah

•Marine Corps Sgt. Johanny Rosariopichardo, 25, of Lawrence, Massachusetts

•Marine Corps Sgt. Nicole L. Gee, 23, of Sacramento, California

•Marine Corps Cpl. Hunter Lopez, 22, of Indio, California

•Marine Corps Cpl. Daegan W. Page, 23, of Omaha, Nebraska

•Marine Corps Cpl. Humberto A. Sanchez, 22, of Logansport, Indiana

•Marine Corps Lance Cpl. David L. Espinoza, 20, of Rio Bravo, Texas

•Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jared M. Schmitz, 20, of St. Charles, Missouri

•Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Rylee J. McCollum, 20, of Jackson, Wyoming

•Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Dylan R. Merola, 20, of Rancho Cucamonga, California

•Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kareem M. Nikoui, 20, of Norco, California

•Navy Hospitalman Maxton W. Soviak, 22, of Berlin Heights, Ohio

•Army Staff Sgt. Ryan C. Knauss, 23, of Corryton, Tennessee.


In order for anything to work for you in life there needs to be a consistency of effort.
How big or small will vary on the day but giving what you can will outweigh not giving anything at all.

The goals you’ve set are not going to magically appear before you.
Your hope for a successful tomorrow rests on what you put in today.

If a program isn’t giving you the results you’ve been looking for, ask yourself

•Am I eating optimally to maximize my progress?
•Am I drinking enough water to aid in absorbency of nutrients and digestion?
•Am I getting enough sleep and managing my stressors?
•Am I looking within and taking care of my mental well being?

If the answer is no to any of those than perhaps a shift in effort towards those areas will help you move in the direction you’re seeking. If the answer is yes to all of those than it likely means a program shift could help to provide a more progressive stimulus.

Being “healthy” or “fit” is a balance of lifestyle choices designed to give your body what it needs physically and mentally to thrive and perform for you. It’s not just about the hour or two hours you workout a day. You can’t out work poor lifestyle choices. High effort in one area does not cancel out no effort in another.

You are worth showing up for.
You are worth the effort.
You can achieve what you want.

A little bit goes a lot further than nothing.
It doesn’t have to be perfect or 100%.
You just have to be consistent.


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