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How To Sign Your Gym Up For The Crossfit Open?
If your gym is on the fence, there are a few things you can do to help it feel more comfortable with training on a global scale. 1) Meet With The Head Coach/Coordinator – Find out what they want. Ask them about their goals, ask them if they think it’s feasible to take part in the Open, and find out how long they plan to keep doing Crossfit for. Making friends at work can go both ways! It could lead to positive interactions between coaches, which leads to great results for all of their athletes. That partnership will come back around when someone becomes an athlete who needs help getting through the Open workouts. 2) Be Ready To Take Over – If your gym already has an established workout program that involves weightlifting or similar movements but isn’t conducting any form of programming where you would be needed as an athlete during the Open (particularly not six weeks before it begins), now is your time to step up and grab that role by taking it over yourself (or finding two other people willing). If you need help finding the workouts Ahead Of Time (before school starts), consider hiring outside service or finding someone else who can train your team like this every day until scrimmages start in September…alone, if necessary. If you can pull off this feat successfully (and probably much faster than I just described; these mechanics aren’t really necessary) then congratulate yourself right now because you will become certified as
WOD – Anchor CrossFit
141215 WOD – Anchor CrossFit Women Open Gym – No/Limited Registration Required! Hosted by Natalie Dedem, CSCS Fitness Manager. Walk in only every Tuesday from 5:45-6:15pm Join us as we explore the benefits of a six pack abs before repeating as often as needed. This class is designed to strengthen core and pelvic floor muscles using two 20 minute circuits which will progressively work on many abdominal muscles including rectus abdominus, transverse abdominis, internal and external obliques. Strength circuit #1 3 rounds for time L pullup 12 pullups 12 scap pushups 10 hollow rocks 10 side planks 5×3 weighted sit ups Strength circuit #2 90 seconds plank/ 90 seconds handstand hold Pull ups abs weighted crunches 2 sets Weighted sit ups 30 seconds rest each exercise Recovery between circuits Core Circuit Core Wheels Core Core Core Basic workout Equipment Provided Class includes instruction for our guests previous experience or no previous experience required (no drop in). There is gender requirement during the women only portion of this class. 139703 WOD – Anchor CrossFit