Every other minute on the minute for 16 minutes:
Start at about 70% and work up to a heavy single
Snatch Deadlift + Hang Power Snatch + OHS
Start light and add weight across the 8 reps as appropriate.
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15-9-6 Reps for Time of:
1-Arm Kettlebell Thruster, Left
1-Arm KB Thrusters, Right
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270m 1-Arm Farmer Carry
- The first Iron Maidens Lift n’ Learn session will take place today at 2:30pm. See yesterday’s post for more details!
CrossFit Teens at CFSBK!
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.
Tuesdays: 4:30p – 5:30p
Thursdays: 4:30 – 5:30p
Single Class Drop-in: $35
10 pack: $300 ($30/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.
Yesterday’s Whiteboard: Front Squat | Power Cleans, Reverse Lunges, Kipping Pull-Ups, Run
Photo Ark National Geographic
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