MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 2020
Happy Birthday Emily K. AKA “Rest-Day”!
Check out the congratulatory post for Coaches Leigh and Crum for taking first place in their division at the New Years Revolution Competition Saturday!
Work Out of the Day
This is a Low Bar Back Squat wave including only two sets.
1st set- You will start at a designated weight off of your 1RM. You will perform 3 reps at that weight. Without putting thanks bar down, your teammates will assist you in putting 20/10 more pounds on the bar. You will do 3 reps at that weight. You will continue that scheme until you can no longer complete 3 reps at the designated weight. You will switch and the other partners will complete their 1st set.
2nd set- You will start at the LAST successful load you completed 3 reps at. You will complete AMRAP of this weight. Once you can no longer complete reps at this weight, your teammates will take 20/10 pounds off the bar. You will then complete AMRAP at that weight. You will continue this scheme until finishing your last AMRAP at the starting weight from set 1.
Clean and Jerk Complex
On the 1:30 x 7 Sets:
1 Power Clean
1 Front Squat
1 Push Jerk
10 PC (155/105/65)
50 Air Squats
10 FS (155/105/65)
50 Air Squats
10 PJ (155/105/65)
50 Air Squats
CROSSFIT KIDS IS IN SESSION 4PM, 5PM & 6PM TODAY
PLEASE be aware of their need for the west rig and ask a coach before setting up in that area.
Many thanks from the CrossFit Kids Classes!
NEWS & UPDATES
We have always had a different mindset here at Rebels…at least in our opinion, different from other CrossFit boxes – and it has nothing to do with our thinking we’re “better”, but rather, believing in education, experience and offering a complete “package” for health and fitness. CrossFit IS THE BOMB! If we didn’t believe in it we all wouldn’t still be committed to it. The combination of fast strength and power from the Olympic Lifts with slow, raw strength from the power lifts, and the mobility, flexibility and strength of gymnastics coupled with the sheer nastiness of bikes, rowers, ropes and sprinting…CrossFit training is the answer to the health crisis in our world! We truly believe that! From young to old.
But sometimes, LIFE gets in the way:
- diet is hard to control in our fast- and convenient-food lives
- sleep is underrated as we try to pack in too much “stuff” every day
- time and life stress happen: training can be sporadic or seen as an afterthought
- finding a community or friends to support being “healthy” is also fleeting
- injuries happen…just the other day the Warped Wall on a well known obstacle course claimed another victim, also one of our athletes!
- imbalances in our training can cause frustration;
- being well over ideal body weight can make gymnastics and running/jumping harder
- simply being dominant in the lower body can make upper body movements harder (and vice versa)
- fear can create imbalance – as in “the fear of being inverted” can make learning handstand movements more difficult
- fear of working complicated movements in a crowd can prevent some athletes from using Open Gym time to work weaknesses
Sometimes a little extra training in any one of the above areas can make all the difference in your overall progress. And sometimes, we just want a specific plan or more one-on-one training to help us out of a rut. And then there’s the desire to compete and sometimes having a trainer work with your through the mental side of things.
So what’s the different mindset? Education and experience. All of our coaches who provide personal training services are also NCAA certified personal trainers. Now, we know CrossFit’s position on personal training, but our experience has been, having trainers who are educated full-on in anatomy, physiology and kinesiology allows us to work through the common issues we all hear about CrossFit. We are able to work through tweaks and postural issues that affect your training, and not only prevent but help rehabilitate injures. Only coaches who have their personal training certification AND have had solid hands-on experience offer personal training and nutrition coaching at Rebels. Outcomes are important to us and we believe in an individual approach to everything: training, diet and advising in general!
If you ever feel stuck in your training, talk to one of us about Personal Training. We’re not big “sellers”. Our goals are progress. Sometimes this can help! While some of the trainers list “limited availability”, that’s for full/frequent packages. We will always make time help!
Coach Nicole is also available for Personal Training but was MIA during this photo shoot.