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Compete in style

Sometimes I compete in CrossFit competitions. It's a rare occurrence these days but every once in awhile, it happens. Since I'm not too serious about it and really just do it for fun—and the snacks—usually the competitions I do are team or partner competitions. This requires a team name (creative project #1). And then the team name needs a logo/team shirt (creative project #2).

It's all in good fun of course ... but I do take my team name/shirt design seriously.

Team shirt #1:
Do It For The Snacks and Drinks

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When you just can’t decide if you like snacks or drinks more? Half of the team (four people) were team snacks, the other half were team drinks!

When you just can’t decide if you like snacks or drinks more? Half of the team (four people) were team snacks, the other half were team drinks!

Team name and shirt #2:
Do It For The Snacks

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Half of team 'Do It For The Snacks' deadlifting 480 lbs together ... for the snacks.

Half of team 'Do It For The Snacks' deadlifting 480 lbs together ... for the snacks.

Sometimes strong friends seek my help in designing them a logo/shirt to go with their pre-determined team name. 

Team shirt #2:
Kippin' It Real

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If you don’t make an ugly face when attempting a max deadlift … did you even try?

If you don’t make an ugly face when attempting a max deadlift … did you even try?

Currently looking for clients for more competition team shirts (because it's fun) so let me help you for your next competition.

I'm sort of kidding. But also not.

Get at me. I accept payment in the form of $20 bills, beverages, coffee, donuts, or something else. I'm sure we can work something out.

I know you want to look like one amazing unit on the competition floor (look good, feel good, perform good?) and you’ll get a sick ass shirt that you actually want to wear after the competition has come and gone. Just think, every time you pull out this shirt to wear on a weekly or semi-weekly basis you'll have the best memories to go with it and then you'll get all happy inside and probably smash that day’s training. Sounds promising, doesn’t it?

Must provide own shirt and look after printing on your own.
I will supply printer recommendations and a high resolution vector file.

Malary Cloke