Hoosier CrossFit is proud to announce that Coach Wil Fleming (Co-owner of Force Fitness and Junior National Olympic Lifting Champion) will be conducting in house Olympic Classes! You will meet 2x/week for 8 weeks covering the fundamental breakdowns and full lifts of the Snatch & Clean & Jerk. Class Start Date: September 2 Class End Date: October 23 Sign up here
Shaun and Jenna went to the CrossFit Level 2 Coaches Prep coarse. This is Dave Lipson covering how to teach the press, a foundation of the push press and jerk.
WOD: A. Power clean + Split jerk skill work B1. Power Clean + Split Jerk -
70% (of PC) x 2(1+1) x 2, 75% x 2(1+1) x 3 B2. Accessory work between B1:
2 Turkish getups per side (light-mod load for quality)
“People who achieve the highest level of excellence need obsession. Obsession fuels the task. Obsession is the name of the hunger that refuses to calm until you’ve accomplished your goal. You need that drive to go beyond comfort, beyond set points, beyond natural and unnatural obstacles and without it you’ll question it all.” Obsession!
4 rounds for time:
10 Box Jumps (20,24”)
10 Deadlifts (155,225#) ~60%
200m. Run/250m. Row *pick your weakness
“Enter every activity without giving mental recognition to the possibility of defeat. Concentrate on your strengths, instead of your weaknesses… on your powers, instead of your problems.”–Paul J. Meyer
“Being busy is fantastic. Working hard is wonderful. But if your daily grind isn’t your greatest passion, it’s important to step away and give some time to the things close to your heart. Maybe family and kids, or reading and writing. Whatever you dig, you’ve gotta go for it and keep it a high priority.” 10 Habits of Healthy People
The Next time you travel, find a CF gym near you! This is Shaun at Body Armor CrossFit in San Antonio, Texas.
WOD: A. Snatch progressions: Burgener warmup + skill transfers B1.Hang Power Snatch + Snatch Push Press + OHS – 60% x (3+3+3),
65% x (3+3+3), 70% x (2+2+2) x 3 B2. Accessory work between Snatch complex:
5 rounds of Box Jumps x 3 (tall), GHD situps x 10
“Write down your goal. When we have a number in mind, it gives us mental focus during the workout. When you move all willy nilly, there is so much less drive. I didn’t reach my goal, but I still think I did more work because it was staring me in the face.” When in Bloomington, Go to Hoosier CrossFit
Liz stabilizing on the rings from a workout not too long ago.