We have the space, expertise, and desire to train elite athletes in CrossFit and almost every other sport. We have trained professional MMA Fighters, Olympic Swimmers, and the Jordanian Special Forces. We know how to take the best elements of CrossFit which prepares you for the unknown and unknowable- and make it specific to your sport. Because your sports have known and knowable elements and we will get you ready!
Throughout the year, we will focus training our CrossFit athletes through (5) training cycles. Each cycle is designed to build upon the last, but there is no need to ever go and start at the beginning. New members will jump right in, and stay current with our classes. In every week, we will continue towards the larger goal towards being the “three-headed player” (Strength, Skills, Conditioning), with our training cycles below providing specific progressions, instructions, and programming towards five unique skill sets.
“Silverback” (April – May)
Foundational strength. Silverback aims to lay the groundwork for the season, incorporating squat wave training, overhead strength, and a focus on simply moving better through varied influx of positioning drills.
“Grunt Work” (May – August)
Taking our foundation from Silverback to the next level. Here we aim to build stamina strength into our weekly progressions, building capacity through barbell cycling, stamina squat sessions, and unilateral dumbbell work to improve positioning and correct imbalances.
“Barbell Ninja” (August – October)
Taking out base of strength and stamina to a focus of Olympic speed. A targeted progression not just towards lifting new personal bests on the clean and jerk and snatch, but a focus to dial in mechanics and technique on the Olympic lifts. Olympic accessory work with dedicated clean and jerk/snatch days.
“Gymnasty” (November – December)
Improving body awareness and honing in on movement stamina and quality. Progressions towards the ring muscle-up, bar muscle-up, handstand pushup, and more. A focused progression towards improving our body movement through space.
“Racehorse” (January – February)
Open preparation. Inspired by the internal focus of the racehorse. Dialing in conditioning and targeted skill refinement for the movements tested in the Open.