If you happen to see Coach Eve (in the picture above) wish her a very happy birthday!
We are going to do a fun team work out today to spice things up a bit.
11 February 2014
AMRAP in 20 minutes
10 pull ups
10 push ups
Row 500 m.
Partner 1 goes through rotations until Partner 2 is done with row. Partner 2 will pick up where partner 1 left off.
Tell me this isn’t the cutest thing you’ve ever seen. This is Molly, one of our Crossfit kids competing on Friday night in the 1st of 5 weeks of competition we have here at CFW. We have kids division, open, scaled, and masters divisions competing on Friday nights at 6:30pm. Come out and watch! It’s always a blast!
10 February 2014
Complete in any order:
100 dumbbell thrusters
100 KB sumo deadlifts
1o0 push ups
If it’s good weather, we are running! If it’s too cold, we’re rowing!
Run/row 500 meters
20 ball slams
20 wall balls
With the new expansion, we have so much more room. We are still working out the kinks though, of what program goes where. So, hang in there a little bit longer while we come up with a plan as to where we are going to mainly be for evening bootcamps. We have Crossfit classes, bootcamp, gymnastics classes, and powerlifting classes all to coordinate.
Thank you again for your patience while we work out the scheduling/room issues.
6 February 2014
EMOM for 15 minutes
5 russian KBS
5 burpees over KB
Last week I had an interesting question. One of our bootcampers is an avid runner, and is training for a race. She is struggling to find balance between her bootcamp workouts, which she loves, and her long runs. She asked if it would be too much for her to (regularly) run and do a bootcamp/Crossfit all in one day. The answer is YES. The bootcamp workouts serve the high intensity of the aerobic systems more than running, which will in turn, make your running better and faster. I’ve actually had many runners come to me and ask about this. A healthy balance of high intensity activity, strength training, and lower intensity running is going to make you an efficient (and healthy!) runner.
4 February 2014
Accumulate 7 minutes in plank position
*every time you rest, you must do 15 wall balls.
Accumulate 5 minutes in wall sit
*every time you rest, you must do 15 squats.
Accumulate 3 minutes in squat position
*every time you rest, you must do 15 push ups
Please check the Kinetic Bootcamp and/or Crossfit Woodbridge’s Facebook page tomorrow for updates on possible gym closings due to more bad weather.
Here’s a workout you can do at home just in case we are all snowed in…
3 March 2014
Dumbbell thrusters (if you don’t have dumbbells, do air squats)
* After each round, 1 minute plank
1 March 2014
20 Pull Ups
30 Push Ups
40 Sit Ups
50 KB Swings
Then, go in reverse order.
You guys make my evenings a blast! Hope you’re having fun too!
27 February 2014
50 box jump buy in
10 KB SHDP
10 KB goblet squats
50 box jump buy out
We are going to focus in on your core today! Enjoy!
25 February, 2014
50 sit ups
50 mountain climbers (2 count)
*1 minute plank in between each round
I know I push you guys to be your best and push yourself out of your comfort zone during workouts… But sometimes you also have to listen to your body. I know it’s tempting to come in for a WOD when you might be feeling under the weather, or maybe just abnormally tired. This is usually your body trying to tell you something, and you should probably rest. Our bodies get sluggish when they need rest. Our bodies also get sluggish when our immune systems are fighting off a bug. Don’t weaken your immune system more by introducing more stress (a workout.) A lot of times we know we might just be feeling a little lazy, and other times we have to recognize our body’s need for rest. Learn how to listen to your body!
Coach Sara will be coaching this morning. Enjoy! She’s a great coach!
AMRAP in 15
12 wall balls
8 OH plate lunges
4 burpees to plate