“Gold medals aren’t really made of gold. They’re made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.”
– Dan Gable
Teen Strength and Performance Program
Every person regardless of their age has the right to be fit. Daily exercise has never been more vital to public health in a time of rising obesity, COVID seclusion, and other lifestyle choices that hinder our health. Teaching kids and teens to “move well and move often” is not just a tactic to see immediate results, but is a strategy for developing lasting habits that will serve their health well into the future. If your teen is between the ages of 13-18 years old our teen program will show them how to use fitness to enrich their lives as well as build a great foundation of strength and knowledge of training.
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Crossfit – Burpee Burnout
Today’s class will begin with five sets of moderately heavy strict press followed by nasty interval work. The intervals in our workout will include burpees to target and push press.
It’s a legs and booty burner for our class today. We’ve got some 90 second intervals of box jumps, sit-ups, rower calories, and walking lunges.
Crossfit – Squat Day
It’s time to blow up our backsides with a squat day strength and conditioning session. Our strength session will consist of five heavy sets of front squat tempo work. Our EMOM conditioning will consist of bike calories, sit-ups, and Russian swings.
Build your backside with the bells today! Today’s 12 minute AMRAP will showcase and athletes ability to perform a double kettlebell swing, string dubs together, and drop it low with some air squats.
Crossfit – Benchmark WOD
Our benchmark for today is “Hotshots 19″in honor of the brave Granite Mountain Hotshots who lost their lives fighting wildfires in Arizona in 2013. We will honor these brave men and women with 6 rounds of air squats, power cleans, pull-ups, and running intervals.
We’ve got a 10 minute burpee burner for today’s workout. Expect to see a spicy couplet of burpees and plate ground to overhead.
Crossfit – Odd Object Stability
One of the greatest ways to increase scapular stability is holding odd objects overhead. Our two piece workout consists of a skill segment of single dumbbell bench press and dumbbell windmills. Our conditioning will tax the shoulders even further as perform a 10 minute AMRAP of Turkish Get-ups, burpees, and rowing.