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Way, way, WAY behind on blogging. Here’s some rectangles from a Crossfit class I shot for the business tab a few weeks back. Feared I was going to be walking into a cluttered room filled with ugly light and a bunch of people who didn’t want to have their photo taken. Was pleasantly surprised to find some clear backgrounds, a lil natural light and people who ignored my presence. Thanks for looking.

ADAM VOGLER ~ avogler@semissourian.com Kandra Baker during a Crossfit class Friday, Jan. 11, at Muddy Water Crossfit, 749 Enterprise Drive, Cape Girardeau. The class is described as a "constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement," strength and conditioning program.
ADAM VOGLER ~ avogler@semissourian.com Lance Ruebel looks towards the clock before the start of a Crossfit class Friday, Jan. 11, at Muddy Water Crossfit, 749 Enterprise Drive, Cape Girardeau. Ruebel has been taking the class, which is described as a "constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement," strength and conditioning program, for three months.
ADAM VOGLER ~ avogler@semissourian.com Trever Hotop during a Crossfit class Friday, Jan. 11, at Muddy Water Crossfit, 749 Enterprise Drive, Cape Girardeau. Hotop has been taking the class, which is described as a "constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement," strength and conditioning program, for three months.
ADAM VOGLER ~ avogler@semissourian.com Stephanie Richards during a Crossfit class Friday, Jan. 11, at Muddy Water Crossfit, 749 Enterprise Drive, Cape Girardeau. It was Richards third time in the class, which is described as a "constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement," strength and conditioning program, for three months.
ADAM VOGLER ~ avogler@semissourian.com Owner/trainer Charles Williams, right, and Caitlin Holzum give encouragement to Stephanie Richards during a Crossfit class Friday, Jan. 11, at Muddy Water Crossfit, 749 Enterprise Drive, Cape Girardeau. It was Richards third time in the class, which is described as a "constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement," strength and conditioning program, for three months.
ADAM VOGLER ~ avogler@semissourian.com Owner/trainer Charles Williams helps Stephanie Richards during a Crossfit class Friday, Jan. 11, at Muddy Water Crossfit, 749 Enterprise Drive, Cape Girardeau. It was Richards third time in the class, which is described as a "constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement," strength and conditioning program, for three months.
ADAM VOGLER ~ avogler@semissourian.com Eric Rutledge and Trever Hotop rest after a Crossfit class Friday, Jan. 11, at Muddy Water Crossfit, 749 Enterprise Drive, Cape Girardeau. The class is described as a "constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement," strength and conditioning program.

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