The aim of CrossFit is to forge a broad, general and inclusive fitness. We have sought to build a program that will best prepare trainees for any physical contingency — not only for the unknown, but for the unknowable. After looking at all sport and physical tasks collectively, we asked what physical skills and adaptations would most universally lend themselves to performance advantage. Capacity culled from the intersection of all sports demands would quite logically lend itself well to all sport.

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18 AUGUST 2017 NARF Training Intent – Strength: We are performing 2 weeks of Box Squats this cycle in addition to submaximal work. All sets need to be explosive and should be same set-up as last month. You should be able to go 5-10# heavier than last month, but this should not sacrifice bar speed. – Metcon: This workout should be an all-out sprint. Thrusters need to be light and able to be done in big sets. . . . Strength Wide Stance Box Squat (8×3) – Use 13-15″ Box. – Ensure each set is done explosively +  sit back on the box. 8 x 3 @60%, every 60s. *We will performing this again on Week 4. Metcon narF For Time: 9-15-21 Thrusters 95/65 Pull-ups 10min time cap Goal’s Gym Metcon (No Measure) Accumulate 100 Banded Pull-throughs + 50 KB Side Bends each side Banded Pull-through:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuShhZMFYqc KB Side Bends:... read more

CrossFit Journal: The Performance-Based Lifestyle Resource

Duck Fouble Unders

Author: Josh Trahan   I hated double-unders for 4 years. Double unders significantly decreased my standings in every CrossFit competition I was ever part of. In 2013 they very nearly kept me from qualifying for Regionals. The only word that adequately conveys my feelings toward them is raw hatred. Sure, part of it was because I could not do them well, but the other part was purely ideological. I could not justify their purpose. I imagined they were specifically designed to make otherwise fit people miserable. I could not power through them. I could not force them. My custom jump rope handles actually sarcastically stated, “Double-Unders are the truest test of fitness.” A statement with which I wholeheartedly disagreed. But then I realized something. CrossFit is one of the few fitness program that includes neurological adaptation as a requirement for success. This means it incorporates skill. This means you can suck at it, and be good at it. This means it takes practice and this is what makes it feel sporty. It also means that we must progress in skills such as Accuracy, Coordination, Agility, and Balance. It turns out that double-unders are especially good at producing these skills, and it is an increase in capacity in these skills that transfer into the things we actually DO want to be good at. An increase in Accuracy will help you hit the wall ball target consistently. An increase in Coordination will increase your snatch and clean PR’s. An increase in Balance will positively affect your overhead squats. An increase in Agility will make all of your gymnastics more efficient. An... read more

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