Aug 27, 2009
Front Squats, 3×5
5 Pull Up
10 Push Up
Whether you have plans to compete in North East Qualifier this year to make it to the CrossFit Games in 2010, you are training in the in/off-season for your sport of choice, or you are simply working out for the game of life to improve you’re overall general fitness level….you’re training plan should always serve a purpose in some capacity or another. Of course, it only makes sense that you’re preparation and training is relevant to your end goal and what you are trying to achieve (however, that is not to say you have to train for a specific sport per se, but rather look to answer the question: what are you looking to get out of this?). It’s a big question, I know.
While the system that we endorse and the programming that we follow, will cover many of the physical bases required to successfully achieve broad goals in broad domains, we realize it is not the end all-be all solution to getting you to where you want to go. That is why if you are preparing for a sport or competition outside the “game of life” we highly recommend that you talk to us about what you are doing so we can make suggestions to what you can do to (likely, in addition but sometimes in replace of) to our regular scheduled programming.
The beauty of CrossFit is that it can be scaled down, scaled up, tweaked, altered, and modified as needed. We have learned by now that a one-size-fits all approach, as with most system, rarely works.
Please talk to a trainer today about how we can further help you achieve your goals.