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      Warehouse Sale

      Warehouse Sale

      Warehouse Sale Madness!
      Get ready for some serious savings as we clear out our warehouse to make room for the latest styles! We've put together a list of frequently asked questions to help you navigate this epic sale.
       
      When does the sale begin?
      Our warehouse sale kicks off on Friday May 12th at 9:00 am PST. But if you're a VIP text member, you'll receive exclusive early access via a link at 8:00 am PST. Don't miss out, sign up now and get ahead of the game!

      What can you expect to find?
      Select items up to a jaw-dropping 70% off! We're talking about some of our most popular styles, including our famous joggers. But remember, this is your last chance to snag some of these items! Want to save even more check out the sales tiers below:

      Spend $100 + Save 10%
      Spend $200 + Save 15%
      Spend $300 + Save 20%
       
      Can you return items?
      Sorry, all sale items are final and cannot be returned, refunded, exchanged, or given store credit. But don't worry, our customer service team is here to help you find your perfect fit.
       
      Can you shop in person?
      Absolutely! Join us for the Block Party and shop 'til you drop in our warehouse. Doors open at 10:00 am, and we can't wait to see you there!

      The Hustle Collection

      The Hustle Collection

       
      The Hustle Collection centers around the motivation, dedication, and sacrifice required for athletic competition. In May, RARR will showcase two exceptional athletes, Adam McAdams and Anton Foss, as they compete in the CrossFit West Coast Semifinals in Pasadena, California. These hard working athletes will put their fitness to the test to secure a spot to the CrossFit Games.  
       
      Tell us about your athletic background?
      Anton: I’ve been active my whole life. I started early in both Wrestling and Football early on, but I was always the small guy, and never really loved either. I then moved on to at home fitness programs for a while like P90X before I found CrossFit. I started CrossFit back in January 2014 when I was in high school, and became obsessed. My whole life revolved around it the last 9 years.
       
      Adam (Mac): I have been involved in sports for as long as I can remember. My parents coached little league baseball when I was younger, which allowed me to play even before meeting the age requirement. Throughout middle school, I played two sports - baseball and football. When I got to high school, I added a third sport to my repertoire. I alternated between wrestling, running track, and engaging in off-season training. Staying active in these activities kept me busy and helped me achieve my ultimate goal of playing college football. I played for the Western Oregon Wolves with a partial scholarship and completed my sports career there, except for one year of playing rugby for the college after my football days were over.
       
      What inspires you?
      Anton: I’m inspired by progress. It doesn’t have to be just about the gym and training. I seek to improve in all aspects of my life. Seeing the bigger picture and knowing where I want to be inspires me to improve and level up along the way. Another big one for me is those around me. I’ve had so many people along the way push me, encourage, and support me throughout my journey, and without them it wouldn’t have been possible to get to where I am.
       
      Mac: My motivation to become a top athlete stemmed from those who doubted me. Although I had a passion for sports, coaches often placed me in positions that they believed suited me, rather than what I desired. I was always considered too small or not fast enough, but my determination pushed me to work harder than anyone else. I persevered until I became the best fit for the position. This mindset prepared me for success in college, where I knew obstacles would arise, but I had been trained to overcome anything.
       
      During high school, I had a mentor who never questioned my abilities. His unwavering belief in me made all the difference. To this day, we still communicate, and I'm proud to say he's one of the biggest influencers in my journey to becoming a top CrossFit athlete in the sport.
       
      What does hustle mean to you?
      Anton: Hustle is all about moving with a purpose. It’s about doing what’s necessary even when you don’t have the motivation. That purpose is what drives you. Hustle is about giving everything you have to that one goal. Whatever it takes.

      Adam (Mac): The term "hustle" encompasses a lot - persevering even when you're exhausted, having faith in the process and staying focused. When circumstances don't align with your desires, you push yourself harder, working into the wee hours, waking up before dawn, and foregoing leisure activities with friends. It's all about visualizing your goals and putting forth the necessary effort without any excuses. Keep hustling until you achieve the precise outcome you're aiming for.
       
       
       
       
      What was your biggest accomplishment this past year?
      Anton: These are really outlined above, but my biggest accomplishments in the past year were competing at the weightlifting national championships, snatching 315lbs, clean & jerking 390lbs and qualifying to compete at Semifinals again this year. I’ll also be at the Northern California Classic competing in September.
       
      Adam (Mac): My most significant achievement in the past year, and one that I've focused on intensely, is reaching the west regional semifinals. It's been a goal that has been top-of-mind for me for the past year.
       
      Which athlete inspires you the most?
      Anton: I’ve never idolized any athletes. I’ve always been inspired by what they accomplish though. If someone accomplishes something then I know I can too if I’m willing to put in the work. That being said, I’ve been inspired by the feats of many athletes.
       
      Adam (Mac): David Goggins is the undisputed champion when it comes to sheer determination. He ventures where others fear to tread, and never gives up in the face of defeat. He doesn't believe in making excuses, and his drive and work ethic are unwavering. Although he may not have always possessed this mindset, he's now the epitome of tenacity, adopting the fiercest and most ambitious approach possible. He remains constantly hungry and eager to push himself further.
       
      What's your favorite movement and why?
      Anton: Clean & Jerk! It requires so much speed, strength, power, mobility, and is full body. If I could only do 1 move for the rest of my life it would be that hands down.
       
      Adam (Mac): Out of all the movements, my preferred one is undoubtedly the back squat. I find a great deal of satisfaction in lifting weights, and the back squat in particular is an activity where I feel like I can exert myself to the fullest without any hesitation. I'm always eager to push the limits and lift heavy when it comes to back squats.

      Pre-order the Hustle collection now

      Proceeds from the pre-order will help support athletes headed to the West coast Semifinals

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      How To Set Up a Successful Pre-order

      How To Set Up a Successful Pre-order

      We know that it can be tough to get your members excited about a pre-order. But don't worry—we've got you covered!
      Here are some of the best ways to make sure you get maximum exposure for your pre-order:
       
      Pick a design that will resinate with your gym community. Think size of logo and wearability. You want people to wear these items in and out of the gym. If you are struggling with designs or logos our team can help you come up with some awesome ideas.
       
      Pro tip
      • Keep it simple! If you have a lot of different items, it can be hard to fulfill quantities, so stick with just one or two styles at first.
      • Make sure everything looks good together - if you're offering tops and bottoms, keep the logo consistent.
      Encourage people to try on the gear during classes so that they can see how well it fits and how comfortable it is before ordering.
       
      Pro tip
      • Include this in your class announcements. One quick reminder can impact pre-order numbers in a big way.
      • Turn pre-order sign ups into a game! This could be a giveaway for all those who pre-order or do less reps in a workout. Have fun and get creative.
      Make sure you are sharing about the pre-order on all your platforms. You want everyone in your gym to see all the awesome gear, so use those platforms wisely and often.
       
      Pro tip
      • Our team provides all templates for social media, email and posters. all you need to do it post.
      • Print enough posters to canvas your whole gym. Do you have a community board? Make sure to remember to post on there.
      • Be strategic as possible with commutation - have people in your gym model the gear and share it on social media.
       

      Tips from gym owners

      CrossFit Advantage

      "For the most part they kind of just sold themselves. I think people loved that the style was different from what we usually do and we had never done joggers before so those were a hit."

      Bethany Looney

      Duratus CrossFit

      "We had our samples in our mezzanine area, but hung up where everyone in a class could see them. In addition we posted 4-5 times during the two week pre-order period, reminding people to try stuff on and get their orders in."

      Kevin Longmeir

      Athlete Spotlight: Emma Baumert

      Athlete Spotlight: Emma Baumert

      At RARR we desire to have amazing partnerships with athletes who embody the built for movement mindset in everything they do. Emma Baumert is a CrossFit Athlete, Weightlifter and Bobsled Pusher who became a RARR athlete in September of 2022. We love to watch her functional athletic ability across so many different sports. Learn more about her upcoming trip to Germany to represent Team USA.

      Tell us about your athletic background?
      Emma: In 5th grade, I was persuaded to run cross country. From the pre-race pasta parties, bus rides, singing Taylor Swift on long runs, I immediately fell in love with the sport. Following high school I decided to not participate in collegiate athletics but still had a restless desire to stay active - that's when I found CrossFit.

      How did you get into Bobsled and Skeleton?
      Emma: During my second year of graduate school I was completing research on elite weightlifting female athletes. To recruit participants, I would slide into the athlete's DMs, one who competed in weightlifting as well as bobsled. She asked if I wanted to get connected with her coach and I immediately said 'yes' thinking it was for the research. Later that day I got a call from the bobsled coach asking me if I wanted to try out for the bobsled and skeleton team.

      How do you train for bobsled?
      Emma: 1. Watch Cool Runnings.
      2. Focus on speed and power. These two components of fitness are trained everyday in CrossFit and Weightlifting. From power cleans, sled pushes, to track sprints - the focus is to become as explosive as possible so I can push the sled and sprint on ice for less than 10 seconds.

      What does it mean to you to get "the call" to step in and represent Team USA?
      Emma: Honored and humbled. This race is an opportunity beyond my wildest dreams and I am whole-heartedly thankful for the endless support from my family, friends, peers, and community. Thank you to my friends who encouraged me to try a new sport.

      What inspires you?
      Emma: Sport. Sport is a right to all and this has become more possible because of so many game-changing female athletes that have come before. Their beautiful demonstration of tenacity, leadership, and strength inspired me to dedicate my life to sport and deepened my gratitude for having the opportunity to participate in athletics.

      How can we support you and follow along on your journey in Germany?
      The U.S. Olympic Committee is a non-profit and all athletes are self funded, so any support is greatly appreciated and makes participation in sport possible for so many athletes. Rarr put the USA Collection together to help fund my race in Germany. From gear to messages of encouragement, I am endlessly grateful for all of the support.

      You can follow Emma on Instagram @emma.baumert

      The USA Collection

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