Back Squat / Front Squat
2 x 10
2 x 10
Move directly from the Back Squat to the Front Squat. Go heavier than last week. These should move fast throughout the entire cycle. Increase weight only as appropriate.
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Exposure 4 of 8
AMRAP 15 Minutes:
10 Deadlifts 185/125
15 Box Jumps 24/20″
Scale the Toes-to-Bars to Hanging Leg or Knee Raises as needed.
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Front Desker Lynsey R. takes the yoke for a test run
Today at 8am: The Very First Strong Fit Class!
Join us for Strong Fit, a strength program that includes lifting heavy things often. Strong Fit will stimulate different energy systems/intensities, and include objects not normally seen in group class: the yoke, axle, sandbags, handles, ropes, and sleds. Pick it up, put it down, hold it, squat it, push it, pull it, and move it from point A to point B. Full body functional movements performed at high intensity that will compliment your training and get you stronger. This is fitness in its rawest form.
On the fence? Still not sure what this is all about? Coach Fox recently responded to a request for more info from Karina T. His response was so good we’re reposting it here:
“Glad you’re interested in the Strong Fit class! It’ll be led by myself and Coaches McDowell and Brett. We’ll all be there for the first few weeks and then will begin to alternate week to week. The format will start with a warm up and then athletes will rotate through 3-5 stations performing carries, holds, pushes, pulls using varying implements. We’ll usually end with a “finisher” that will feel a lot like a short, intense CrossFit metcon. One of the great things about the movements that we’ll employ in this class is that they are largely concentric in nature, meaning you shouldn’t be left too sore from them. Let me know if you have any other questions and hope to see you this Saturday!”
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