FastTwitchGrandma recently attended Girls Gone RX in Denver, CO.

Girls Gone RX is an all female Crossfit competition made up of 3 person teams. Their partner BrightPink.org has a mission to save women’s lives from breast and ovarian cancer by empowering them to live proactively at a young age.

These women are a true inspiration. When they get together it is all about empowering and inspiring each other. To compete, you do not have to be affiliated with any gyms. You just need to show up ready to have fun!

For more fitness tips and motivation visit our website at www.FastTwitchGrandma.com.

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