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crossFit Level 1 CrossFit Level 1 is perfect for people with no experience. This level introduces new clients to the foundational movements, broadens their knowledge of the basics, trains them on how to use proper form and progress towards doing more advanced movements without over-training. We finish our time at level 1 with no experience by practicing our new found skills that we learned during the session. CrossFit Level 2 &3 CrossFit trainer does not beat around the bush, just get after it! And this was our first workout … read more
What Is Man O War In Crossfit Movement?
Man O’ War was a Mexican American outlaw of the late 1800s. He made a name for himself riding with the Texas Rangers during the early 1860’s. In more recent times, he has been linked to the Alamo and his legendary battle against Santa Anna on March 6, 1836. This is when he earned his reputation as one of America’s deadliest soldiers during the Republic of Texas days — known for being brave in combat and adept at dealing death. With this image before him, Man O’ War became a symbol representing courage, determination and honor because of these qualities that were present during a time period where manhood was considered a virtue within itself. Today it is still relevant as once again these values are recognized as virtues by those who belong to CrossFit – which explains what makes Man O’ War Crossfit Movement so special.. watch video It seems that strength meets spirit from the past meets present to form this wonderful movement! We must share all we can with anyone wishing to attempt it! Enjoyed this article? Get more like it delivered straight to your inbox every 2 weeks – subscribe below – sign-up now for our eNewsletter – many FREE resources coming soon!!!
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