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Workout of the Day for Tuesday March 18th, 2014
|Name||CrossFit Feather River|
|Address||851 Gray Ave.|
Yuba City, CA 95991
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On Oct 25-26 Kitsap CrossFit will be hosting a two day seminar to teach you the fundamentals of strength training as well as nutrition with Registered Dietician and Crossfit Affiliate Owner, Jeremy Mullins, along with the 2x Arnold Classic Champion in the sport of Olympic Weightlifting and the owner and head trainer of Kevin Cornell Fitness, Kevin Cornell. Cost is $149 and you can register by clicking on "shop" and selecting "Kitsap CrossFit". http://www.kevincornellfitness.com/#!shop/cvbw/!/~/product/category=0&id=35954647
REMINDER!!! This SATURDAY the 10AM class will be held at the Meridian Ave Massage grand opening. Even if you aren't working out at 10AM we encourage you to stop by at some point between 10 and 5 and check out the venders, get some grub, and there are even activities for the kids! 21715 103rd Ave Ct E D-401 Graham, Washington 98338
Take 15 minutes to cycle through and practice various gymnastics elements that you need to work on – examples . . . Pistol Progressions x 4-6 reps each leg, Handstand Holds or Walks (freestanding or supported) x 60-90 seconds, L-Sits x 30-60 seconds, …
Kitsap CrossFit is proud to host the CrossFit Endurance Trainer Seminar on September 13-14. The Endurance course is a powerful weekend of getting faster, stronger and increasing overall fitness/performance. This introduction to CrossFit Endurance fundamentals is ideal for coaches/trainers, all endurance athletes, CrossFit athletes looking to shave WOD times or simply for those of you looking to fine tune your run mechanics.
A. Mobility B. Warm-up w/ blank bar 10 muscle snatch from the hang 10 hang power snatch 10 behind the neck push press 10 good mornings 1 round C. WOD Teams of 2 A. 300m Team Run 18 muscle-ups (Rx Lite: 40 pull-ups) 300m Team Run 16 muscle-ups (30 pull-ups) 300m Team Run 14 muscle-ups (20 pull-ups) Each time the athlete breaks a set of muscle-ups or pull-ups they must run 200m as a team. 12 minute cap. Rest 3 to 5 minutes (set-up bars for WOD B) B. 40 Hand Release Push-ups 30 Power Snatch …
Workout for Wed, July 30, 2014 A.) 15-20 Minutes Gymnastics Skill 1st Station: Rope Climbing 2nd Station: Hand Balancing 3rd Station: Muscle-up Practice B.) 3 Rounds - Max Effort 1000m Row Rest as much as needed between efforts ***During Rest, Foam Roll and work on Midline Stability***
Snatches, Rowing, and Rich Froning. Today's workout includes a Snatch complex along with some rowing intervals. As a coach and athlete I have developed an appreciation for the efficient execution of the movements included in our CrossFit programming. Efficiency is the ability to accomplish a job with a minimum expenditure of time and effort. These particular movements, snatches and rowing, are great examples of how prioritizing efficiency is rewarded over time. They are unique in that they are complicated movements. Each movement requires just the right sequencing of flexion and extension across multiple joints. With improved efficiency in the Snatch you're rewarded with being able to put more weight on the barbell. With improved efficiency in rowing you're rewarded with a faster pace displayed right in front of you on the monitor. The most accomplished practitioners of the Snatch work on it, or variant of it, nearly every training session. This means 5-6x per week for hours each day. The same can be said for rowers. Rowers are notorious for the amount of volume (90 miles per week is not unusual) included in their training. The reason I personally love these movements is that over the 7+ years of my participation in CrossFit I continue to progress in these movements. There will come a time as we age when strength, endurance, power, and speed decline along with other components of fitness, but efficiency can continue to be improved. When we're efficient and need to go fast and lift heavy we're able to do so by expending less effort. This may be the secret to "Old Man Strength". So where does Rich Froning come into the equation? He is the poster boy for efficient movement. His efficiency is noticeable to anyone who watches, and he is rewarded by what we can all easily understand; winning. It is satisfying as a coach, who spends so much time teaching, encouraging, and enforcing proper movement, to be able to point to Fittest on Earth as the best example. Efficiency is gained through many, "AH HA" moments which are great, but the majority of progress is made through deep practice and repetition. So, come get your reps.
Placing an SFH order as requested :) SFH has an incredible new protein called FUEL, it only comes in coconut flavor…..it is AWESOME! I'm placing an order today. Please comment if you want any SFH protein or Fish oil. I have to order 6 (2lb) bags at a time (any mix of flavors). Please comment ASAP on this post to let me know what you want. FUEL protein is $41 per bag (coconut), PURE protein is $35 per bag (choc, vanilla, peach mango), Fish oil is $50 per 10oz bottle (highly recommend tangerine flavor).
Tuesday's WOD: TIER 1 A. Push Press 3RM B. 18 Minute EMOM: ODD: 8 Burpees EVEN: 10 KB Swings TIER 2 A. Jerk 2RM B. 18 Minute EMOM: ODD: 10 Overhead Walking Lunges w/ Plate @ 45#/35# EVEN: 25 Double-Unders TIER 3 A. Jerk 2RM B. 18 Minute EMOM: ODD: 7 DB Thrusters @ 50#/35# EVEN: 15 Russian KB Swings @ 53#/35#
Deadlift x 3 reps (with PERFECT posture and mechanics) @ 20X0 tempo * Set 1 – 50% of possible 3-RM x 5 reps * Set 2 – 75% of possible 3-RM x 3 reps * Set 3 – 85% of possible 3-RM x 2 reps * Set 4 – 90-95% of possible 3-RM x 1 rep * Set 5 – [...]