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June 12, 2018 – Stay Focused

WARM UP: AMRAP 10 @ 70% 800m row 50′ bear crawl 50 single unders 2x wall walk+:20 HS hold Metcon (AMRAP – Rounds and Reps) AMRAP 20 5 chest-to-bar pull-ups 10 wall-ball shots (20/14) 15 kettlebell swings (53/35) A key part in seeing your goals come to fruition is remaining focused on YOUR goals, not

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June 6, 2018 – When to Stop

3 rounds for quality 5 strict t2b / strict hanging knee raise 20 DUs 1 wall walk Metcon (Time) 3 rounds for time 20 DUs 10 burpees 5 “Bear Complex” (155/105) Don’t stop when you’re tired. Don’t stop when you want to. Stop when you’re finished.

June 5, 2018 – Be Virtuous

4 Rounds for Quality 10 glute bridges @ 20X0 4 push-ups 10 cossack squats 4 kipping shoulder swings MetCon Helen (Time) 3 Rounds for time of: 400m Run 21 Kettlebell Swings, 53# / 35# 12 Pull-ups Be virtuous in the most seemingly simple executions. Don’t just do the little things “well”, do them RIGHT, do

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June 4, 2018 – Passion

Clean (Every 2min x 6 sets: 2x cleans ) Weights should be challenging. For more experienced lifters, pushing for doubles at 80% Newer athletes should scale down and focus on the technique of the squat clean. Use this time to develop your technique and pull under the bar into the receiving position, while working with

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May 15, 2018: Simple

Warm Up 5 rounds of “Cindy” 5 pull-ups 10 push-up 15 air squat MetCon Jack (AMRAP – Rounds and Reps) 20-Minute AMRAP of: 10 Push Press, 115# 10 Kettlebell Swings, 53# 10 Box Jumps, 24″ In honor of Army Staff Sgt. Jack M. Martin III, 26, of Bethany, OK,died September 29th, 2009 Its simplicity is

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Injuries, Prevention and Building the Basement with Christina Woytal

Is Your Warm Up Making You Weaker?

Everyone has an opinion on the best way to warm-up. Do this, don’t do that… walking the line between being “warm” and the fear of being “too tired” to actually workout, afterwards. Should we stretch? Should we do cardio? I’ll do my best to address all these questions and concerns and also shed some light

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IDGAF about your bench press

“Why don’t we bench press more often?” It’s a common question in the CrossFit world and at our gym. A once well-known benchmark of overall strength, the bench press went from being the absolute measuring stick of men, to somewhat of a back-burner piece that is hardly used in fitness, today. Here’s why… The Pros

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Josh Hollin: “I weighed 350lbs and I was super intimidated by CrossFit”

I first heard of CrossFit when I started¬†experimenting with the paleo diet, back in 2012.¬†At that time, I weighed 350lbs and I was super intimidated by CrossFit and never thought I would actually end up doing it… Fast forward three years later to 2015. I was able to lose over 50lbs just by including some

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