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Informative Daily Musing
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Move With Grace
We all know those days. The days where the last thing you want to make yourself do is go to the gym. The days where all day long you’ve been pulled in one direction or another and you know that the gym will likely not be the place to make your day that much better. […]MORE INFO
Strength: A) Snatch: Every 90 sec: 60/2, 70/2, 80/2, 85/1, 90/1 THEN 80/1*8 sets every 30 sec B) Clean only: All multi reps should be done touch and go, every 90 sec: 60/3, 70/3, 80/2, 85/2, 90/1, 92/1, THEN 80/1 every 30 sec x 8 min C) Jumping BS: Complete 8 reps @ 30% AFAP, […]MORE INFO
Complete In The Following Order A) Snatch Grip BN Strict Press: 40/4*3 sets as warm-up B) Snatch to 100%, 2 misses allowed then drop 20% of heaviest make and complete 4 sets of 3 C) True Sotts Press (jerk grip press from bottom of FS): 30-40/3*4 sets D) CJ to 100%, 2 misses allowed then […]MORE INFO
Today was my wife’s 29th birthday. Big events like birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays always cause you to reflect on what’s happened over the course of the year since the previous year. There are certain people and events in your life that you can point to as fundamentally critical for the for your development as a […]MORE INFO
MORE ABOUT SPENCER Exercise, athletics and competition have been a constant in Spencer’s life since he could walk. He picked up Olympic Weightlifting at age 13 as a complement to football and wrestling. Soon thereafter, football and wrestling became complements to weightlifting. From that platform he has competed and medaled in National competitions around the […]MORE INFO
MORE ABOUT MIKE Crossfit has been my life for the past 6 years. Fortunately, crossfit has allowed me to experience all facets that it has to offer. From competing against the best, opening a successful gym, and while traveling throughout the world as a camp coach, to working with multiple Games athletes. The wealth of knowledge I have […]MORE INFO
MORE ABOUT EMILY I started Crossfit in 2010 after the birth of my first son, as a means to get back into shape. After an 18 year gymnastics career, I quickly found the competitive side of Crossfit to be incredibly appealing and knew that was the direction I wanted to go not long after starting. […]MORE INFO
MORE ABOUT PHIL 2011 North Central Regional 1st 2011 CrossFit Games 37th 2012 North Central Regional 2nd 2012 CrossFit Games 28th 2013 Fittest Games 1st 2013 North Central Regional 9th 2014 Fittest Games 3rd Stats: Snatch: 275# C&J: 340# Back Squat: 465# Front Squat: 400# Fran: 2:18MORE INFO
History of athletics: 3 sport athlete in High School, football, wrestling and tennis. Water skiing and snow skiing since 3-4 years old. Doing CrossFit for 5+ years; Regionals in 2010 (22nd), 2011 (13th), 2012 (8th), 2013 (8th). Fittest on the Northshore (3rd), Battle of the Fittest (2nd), Louisiana State Weightlifting Open (2nd) Co-Own CrossFit NOLA […]MORE INFO
MORE ABOUT JO JoEllyn began her athletic career as a Track and Field athlete in high school. She went on to compete as an NCAA Division I track athlete at both University of Louisville and Liberty University, where she competed in both the Big East and Big South conference meets. JoEllyn graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in […]MORE INFO
MORE ABOUT CONNOR I found CrossFit in October of 2011. I was a competitive gymnast for 7 years and after my family moved to Wisconsin I decided to try out football. Freshman year of high school my career in contact sports ended. Being competitive all my life, I needed something to challenge me. This was […]MORE INFO
MORE ABOUT TRISTAN Bio info: NCAA D1 Gymnast 2x American Open Qualifier (2012/2013) 2014 USA National Weightlifting Championship Qualifier 2x Regional Qualifier (2013/2014) Became involved in Crossfit in early 2012 through one of the coaches at my gym, Crossfit Rise. He knew my gymnastics background and had trained me on lifts for a little while […]MORE INFO
MORE ABOUT JASON Jason was an intercollegiate tennis player at the Air Force Academy and found CrossFit in 2008 while stationed at Andrews Air Force Base outside of Washington, D.C. He has competed at the Regional level every year since then, and qualified for the CrossFit Games in 2012. He separated from the Air Force […]MORE INFO
MORE ABOUT SASSER Ger’s first year making it to regionals in 2010 he had to be talked into going. He was new to the sport. He decided to go and got 8th place, from then on making it to the Games has been his main focus. He received his CrossFit level 1 Trainer certificate in 2011 […]MORE INFO
The Power and Grace Weightlifting Training Camps are geared towards both coaches and athletes of all levels. It’s common knowledge that efficiency of movement and precision are key elements to the successful completion of the Snatch and Clean and Jerk. The Olympic lifts are highly complex and easily faulted. The goal of this weightlifting only […]MORE INFO
January 16th-18th, 2015 The Power and Grace Performance Camps are designed to enhance the attendees’ understanding and efficiency across a broad range of movements including the Olympic lifts and specific skill work. These seminars are geared towards coaches and athletes of all levels. The goal of the camp is for the attendees to learn the […]MORE INFO
June 21st, 2014 The Power and Grace Movement Seminar is geared towards both coaches and athletes of all levels. We want the take-away of this day to include not only proper positioning for basic Crossfit movement in regards to skill work, but also how to teach the progressions for those who train even […]MORE INFO
December 6th, 2014 The Power and Grace Movement Seminar is geared towards both coaches and athletes of all levels. We want the take-away of this day to include not only proper positioning for basic Crossfit movement in regards to skill work, but also how to teach the progressions for those who train even the […]MORE INFO