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Don’t Let It Beat You

Don’t Let It Beat You

Two weeks ago you may have decided to lose weight.  Two weeks ago you may have decided to start food prepping.  Two weeks ago you may have decided to start a better routine.  Well, the universe decided that it was going to make that a little bit trickier.  You have...

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Gymnastics Pressing – Wall Walks

Gymnastics Pressing – Wall Walks

Straight-arm work is more unique to gymnastics and calisthenics and is trained much less frequently, if at all.  I want to spend a little time explaining some movements we are going to experience in our Gymnastics Pressing Series.   Wall Walks Wall walks are an...

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Gymnastics Pressing – L-Sit

Gymnastics Pressing – L-Sit

Straight-arm work is more unique to gymnastics and calisthenics and is trained much less frequently, if at all.  I want to spend a little time explaining some movements we are going to experience in our Gymnastics Pressing Series.   The L-SIT Most think of the...

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Gymnastics Pressing – Ring Support

Gymnastics Pressing – Ring Support

Straight-arm work is more unique to gymnastics and calisthenics and is trained much less frequently, if at all.  I want to spend a little time explaining some movements we are going to experience in our Gymnastics Pressing Series. Ring Support Ring support is a static...

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Gymnastics Principals

Gymnastics Principals

I wanted to share a little insight into any of our gymnastics series. The programming is created around three main principals: 1.) Volume 2.) Time under tension 3.) Resistance level. Volume If you have taken one our gymnastics series, you know that it voluminous. To...

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Straight-arm Strength – Planche Lean

Straight-arm Strength – Planche Lean

Straight-arm work is more unique to gymnastics and calisthenics and is trained much less frequently, if at all.  I want to spend a little time explaining some movements we are going to experience in our Gymnastics Pressing Series. Planche Lean The full planche is a...

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Gymnastics Strength: The Mental Game

Gymnastics Strength: The Mental Game

If CrossFit teaches us anything, it’s we need to have some baseline gymnastic strength if we want to optimize our performance. While strength elements are extremely important, there is much more to the equation to be successful. One of the many important areas is...

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DOMS, Super Compensation, and Recovery

DOMS, Super Compensation, and Recovery

Why Am I Not Sore Until Two Days After I Workout?   Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS for short) hits between 24 and 48 hours after intense and unfamiliar exercise and can last for 3 or more days. The last time I remember getting beat up knock out sore for days...

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Journey – Coach Jen

Journey – Coach Jen

Before I had children, I had a full-time job outside my home. I always made time around my schedule to exercise and workout. I was disciplined about it then because I was a collegiate athlete and stuck with my schedule even after I graduated. Soon we made our first of...

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Training Age

Training Age

“Hey man.  How long have you been doing CrossFit?” We have all heard or asked this question to fellow athletes, and their response is sometimes how we loosely gauge our own progress.  If an athlete has muscle ups and a 300lb back squat after “doing CrossFit” for 3...

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