Performance: High Intensity: 85-90% x 3 x 4
Add a few pounds to last week’s High Intensity exposure.
Fitness: 3 x 5 Linear Progression
Add two to five pounds to last week’s exposure.
Fitness and Performance: Work up to one heavy set of 3 using perfect form.
Heavier than last week’s set of 5. Dead start, no touch-and-go.
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4 Rounds For Time:
20 Box Jumps 24/20″
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Congrats to our Strength Cycle Totalers, who put up some beastly PRs yesterday! If you tested your 1RMs with Coach Jeremy or Coach Margie yesterday, please let us know how it went in the comments below. And stay tuned for the upcoming cycles of Strength Cycle!
CrossFit Teens Begins This Week With New Fall Times!
Have a teenager who is looking to gain a competitive advantage in their sport, improve their fitness, learn new skills, and have fun in a supportive, social environment?
CrossFit Teens is a strength and conditioning program that is specifically designed for teenagers and helps them develop a lifelong love of fitness. In a group setting, teens participate in fun and engaging workouts that deliver measurable results and prepare them to be well- rounded athletes. The workouts consist of constantly varied, functional movements that deliver a fitness that is broad, inclusive and general and scalable for any participant at any level.
Classes will begin with a warm-up and icebreaker-style question. Each class will include skill practice and a strength development aspect, specifically designed to be accessible and appropriate to teenaged athletes. Classes will finish with a WOD, or Workout of the Day, designed to test work capacity, endurance, skill, and strength in a fun, competitive, but inclusive environment. As the school year starts, post-class homework time will be included to take advantage of the increased mental capacity brought about by movement and physical exertion.
Tuesday/Thursday at 4:30pm
Email Coach Noah at Noah [at] CrossFitSouthBrooklyn.com
Check Out CrossFit Preschool and CrossFit Kids Too!
CrossFit Preschool and CrossFit Kids emphasizes physical development through games and kid appropriate “workouts”. Most importantly, we’re all about having FUN! Developing a positive association between fitness, physical activity, and the joy of movement is the primary goal of our program. Our classes are comprised of obstacle courses, relay races, basic gymnastics, games and other engaging physical activities. Think of it like the gym class you wish you had growing up!
CrossFit Preschool (3 – 5 years old):
Run! Jump! Skip! Roll! Through playful games and fun activities, children learn to move safely and gain basic coordination and body awareness. Together we explore tumbling and movement using fun, kid-friendly scenarios and games. Your preschooler will flex their mini-muscles as they build their confidence and develop their fine and gross motor skills.
CrossFit Kids (6 – 8 years old):
Building on the skills they developed in CrossFit Preschool, our Kids classes are designed to build strength, further develop coordination, and encourage a lifelong love of fitness. Age-appropriate programming includes calisthenics, basic tumbling, running, climbing, throwing, and other modalities to stimulate bone density and vestibular system development while improving fine and gross motor skills, coordination, and flexibility. On top of physical development, social and cognitive growth is encouraged through teamwork, problem solving, and building the confidence that helps them make healthy choices.
Schedule & Pricing
Mondays: 4:30p – 5:30p
Sundays: 10:00a – 11:00a
Mondays: 5:30p – 6:30p
Fridays: 4:30p – 5:30p
Single Class Drop-in: $30
5 pack: $135 ($27/class)
10 pack: $250 ($25/class)
20% discount for siblings (do not have to be registered for the same class).
There is a 3 month expiration on the 5 pack and a 6 month expiration on the 10 pack.
Please contact Janelle [at] CrossFitSouthBrooklyn.com before your first drop-in class.
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