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Lesson plan for the Workout of the Day for Wednesday 181121 via @CrossFitTraining. Swipe to view options for programming an active rest day. COACHES NOTES Rest days are intended to help with recovery and drive intensity over the long term. This helps athletes achieve desired results while avoiding overuse injuries. It is recommended to have full rest days. However, active rest days can be beneficial if the correct parameters are met and it does not hinder recovery for upcoming workouts. - #CFHQLessonPlans #CrossFit #CrossFitTraining #physicaleducation #fitness #CrossFitCoach #Training #workoutroutine #RestDay #warmup #ActiveRecovery #CoachingTips
Italian Affiliate Gathering in Rome, Italy 🇮🇹 - Via @crossfit_italia: GRAZIE A TUTTI Per aver dato vita ad una giornata storica per il CrossFit Italiano. Grazie al nostro Country Manager @matteopozzaticf , artefice di questo grande successo... L’ITALIA C’E’!!!!🇮🇹🥇 - #crossfit #crossfititalia #crossfitaffiliate
The downward slide can be easy. - It starts when an owner puts off cleaning the gym or replacing equipment. Then he stops answering emails. He cancels events and neglects the gym’s social media and website. Coaches are left to their own devices and lose interest. After a while, members leave. New ones don’t replace them and classes get cut. - Before long, the gym starts losing money or barely breaking even. - Is it the end? Or can a gym return from the brink of failure? - Three #CrossFit affiliate owners did just that, transforming failing gyms into thriving, healthy communities. Each took a different approach, but the common denominator is attention—to the members, the classes and even the refrigerator full of drinks and protein bars. - Read “Fix My Gym: Turnaround on a Dime” by @hilaryachauer at Journal.CrossFit.com. Direct link in today’s story. - 📷 Daniel K. White | @CrossFit845 @cfdowntownatl @cfcm333
Via @crossfit845: Nikki. 4 weeks here at CF845. She told us last night that going into our program she was only going to last two days. Nikki convinced herself she would quit. She would go home and tell her husband how hard it was. But in the same breath, Nikki expressed that she’s never been more proud of herself EVER BEFORE. Congratulations Nikki and welcome to the family! #CrossFit
“The nice thing is if you just have the will to do it, it doesn’t matter your age, it doesn’t matter your ability, the coaches will work with you and modify things—they always have a modification to work every muscle you’re supposed to be working,” Phyllis Workman explained. - For her 80th birthday last month, she wanted to deadlift 160 lb., or twice her age. When Oct. 29 rolled around, Workman did that—and more. - “I did the 160 lb. and then I told [my coach] ‘I think I can do more weight,’ so I did 170 pounds,” she laughed. - The whole class celebrated with a “special Phyllis birthday workout” that included 80 repetitions of each exercise and rowing 1,938 meters, which is Workman’s birth year. - Continue reading the newsadvance.com article by Carrie Dungan via the link in our bio. 📸 Taylor Irby/@newsadvance #CrossFit
"Before I started going to the gym, I was walking with a stick all the time. I can walk unaided.” - Andi Wilford was 25 years old when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), a degenerative neurological disease affecting muscle coordination. - Though she often struggled to walk—or even lift her head—Wilford worked for 25 years as a mental-health nurse. But when she retired, she worried inactivity would hasten the disease’s progression—a fear that seemed justified after she fell and fractured her wrist. - Wilford’s friend, whose grandson owns @StrongerTogetherCrossFit, told her she should try #CrossFit. - Watch the full video “The Stick-Free Zone: Training With MS” by @rosscoughlan83 at Journal.CrossFit.com.