Monday, October 30th starts our next 8-Week Strength Program with Coach Hunter Britt. This is your last chance to focus on strength before the 2018 CrossFit Open season!

We open limited spots each cycle, so get signed up to reserve your spot!

The program includes:

– 8 weeks of a 5-day/week strength programming including video demos of movements.

– Weekly video reviews and feedback from Hunter.

– Primary focus on the squat, deadlift, overhead press and bench press.

– Secondary focus on Olympics Lifts and accessory lifts.

Monday, October 30th starts our next 8-Week Strength Program with Coach Hunter Britt. This is your last chance to focus on strength before the 2018 CrossFit Open season!

We open limited spots each cycle, so get signed up to reserve your spot!

The program includes:

– 8 weeks of a 5-day/week strength programming including video demos of movements.

– Weekly video reviews and feedback from Hunter.

– Primary focus on the squat, deadlift, overhead press and bench press.

– Secondary focus on Olympics Lifts and accessory lifts.

The 5 Points of Performance for the Jerk
Written by Sage Burgener

When coaching the jerk, I find myself continuously saying, “the #1 MOST IMPORTANT thing on the jerk is…..”. I say it about the rack position. I say it about the dip. I say it about the drive!

By the end of the session, my athletes come to the conclusion that I’m a technique Nazi and I basically want every single part of the jerk, from start to finish, to be perfect. Which is true, actually.

However, if on this day,

The 5 Points of Performance for the Jerk
Written by Sage Burgener

When coaching the jerk, I find myself continuously saying, “the #1 MOST IMPORTANT thing on the jerk is…..”. I say it about the rack position. I say it about the dip. I say it about the drive!

By the end of the session, my athletes come to the conclusion that I’m a technique Nazi and I basically want every single part of the jerk, from start to finish, to be perfect. Which is true, actually.

However, if on this day,

Try This Simple Drill to Feel the Proper Mid-Foot Drive in Olympic Lifting
Video by Ricky Moore

Having trouble finding that mid-foot position when driving from the floor in your Olympic lifts? Lifters of all levels find themselves either shifting too far towards their toes or their heels while pulling from the floor, starting their lift off on the wrong foot. This drill helps you cue yourself to press through the mid-foot, keeping your weight centered so that you can apply the proper force while staying in position. Try it as a part of your warm-up before your next lifting session.