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.

With an emphasis on education, the CrossFit Breaux Bridge staff holds nearly every certification that CrossFit HQ offers—this ensures that we know how to get you fitter both faster and safer. It is a common misconception that if someone is good at something, they must be good at teaching it. We have found this to not necessarily be the case and at CFBB, we put our effort into getting YOU healthy and well while also maintaining a positive example.





04 OCTOBER 2017 THE DESK JOCKEY Training Intent – Strength: The intent today is to work with the same load for all sets with the Push Jerk. These can be done Touch n go if possible. Loads should be moderate. Pistol work on EVEN minutes should allow you to get in some practice or work sets depending on your ability. – Metcon: The intent with todays piece is to perform all sets with a 80-85% effort. You should be able push youir 400m pace right out of the gate. Loading for S20H should be a moderate weight that can be done in 3 sets or less. The air squats will serve as “recovery” between running/S2OH sets so pace these so you can regain your breathing. #cfbbfit #cfslsmooth . . . Metcon (Weight) EMOM 12: ODD Minutes: 3 Push Jerks @70-75% EVEN Minutes: Pistol Practice x 5 Reps each leg record weight on PJ Strength Metcon 3 RFT: Run 400 Meters 30 Air Squats 15 S20H (135, 95) Masters/Teens: (115, 75) 17min time cap Goal’s Gym Metcon (No Measure) 1a) Elbows Out Tricep Extensions: 3 x 15. Rest 30s. 1b) Barbell Reverse Curls: 3 x 10. Rest 30s.... read more

CrossFit Journal: The Performance-Based Lifestyle Resource

3 Tips for Winter CrossFit

You have probably noticed our gyms are not climate controlled. This is not an accident. One of the things that CrossFit has taught us is the fact that strength and resilience is developed through exposure. Exposure to challenge results in adaptations to our heath and fitness. Weather is just another form of exposure. Our bodies have heating and cooling mechanisms built in to them. Allowing these mechanisms to operate helps keep them functioning properly. Our bodies are a lot like any machine where a lack of use will eventually lead to degradation. With that said, there are some things we can do to ease the discomfort of this processs and make sure we stay healthy and strong through the winter workouts. 1. WEAR LAYERS Wear multiple (3) light layers to the gym. Begin the warm up with all of them on stripping one at a time as you start to feel your body, joints, and muscles heating up. 2. WEAR A HAT We can lose about 50 percent of our body heat through an uncovered head (even if you aren’t as bald as me!) 3. DRINK WARM WATER It is important to stay hydrated in the cold. We often overlook this requirement because we don’t see or feel as sweaty. However we are still losing fluids when we are exercising vigorously.  Cold water will make us colder as our bodies will lose heat trying to warm the water to our body temperature. Try leaving your water out, at work or home or in your car. It doesn’t need to be hot, just don’t want it cold.  Use these tips... read more


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