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Easton CrossFit Gym Personal Training, Weight Loss, 20170530

Art and Hunter just finished "Murph"

Art and Hunter just finished "Murph"


250m Row to begin, then 

2 rounds to warm up,  3 rounds at workout pace
45s work, 15s rest of
power clean (empty barbell)
Push press or strict press

Snatch instruction and warm up: Suggested:  3 snatch pulls, 3 muscle snatch, 3 btn pp

On the Minute work:
EMOM:  10x2  Snatch high pulls or Chinese Fast Pulls (Panda pulls)

EMOM:   15x1  Snatch

EMOM:  10 sets:  5 strict pull ups,  5 Strict ttb, same minute 


Warm up:  400m run/row
3 rounds with empty barbell
5 deadlifts
5 muscle cleans
5 Front squats
5 Presses
5 back squats

Front Squats:  5x7,  stay at the bottom for 3 seconds,  Lift E3M

Power clean 105/155
Ring Dip


Warm up:  Coach's Choice

EMOM 30 intervals
Box Squats (heavier than last week, or 80% of back squat 1rm)
Floor Press (KB/DB)
KB/DB bent over row
Burpee for the minute
Hanging Hollow body


Warm up:  400m run/row
3 rounds with empty barbell
5 deadlifts
5 muscle cleans
5 Front squats
5 Presses
5 back squats

Back Squat:  5x7,  Stay at the bottom for 3 seconds,  Lift E3M

Kettlebell Complex: 20 minutes
4 Cleans (swing)
3 goblet squats
2 Thrusters
40' walking lunge
Switch sides


Warm Up:
Tabata:  5 rounds
KBS, goblet squat, push up, sit up (Rotate)

For time: 3 rounds
10 STO (use 50/35 db or 135/95 BB)
40' Sled Drag (AHAP)
10 Front Squats
40' Sled Drag
20 Deadlifts 

Midline work:
Tabata:  Hollow rock,  hand stand holds. Alternate.  

Do I have to be in shape to start? A fitness tip from Susan!

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Susan came to us "in the worst shape of (her) life."  As a former athlete, she knew what to do, but needed the extra something that Nation has to get back in shape.  She decided to "give it a shot."  And never left. 

We asked what's different here?

The camaraderie--you look forward to seeing everyone here.  Everyday is  different.  Machines are all the same. There's such support from other people.  You have a trainer with you every single day.  They motivate and correct so you can see if you have improper technique.  

(This is what group training is all about--working with a coach)

What would you say to those who ask about it?

1. You don't have to be in shape. It's kinda the idea of coming here--to get in shape. 

2. You might see CrossFit on TV and these off the chart people, but don't think that's all that's here--you'll be shocked.  There are normal looking people!  I think is so great because it's such a variety of people. You do what you can, the weight you can. I can't do what some of these people do.  Your trainers modify it for you.  (that's our job!!)

and.... to anybody out there who wants to try??

"You're a fool if you don't!"

That's our Susan!!  CrossFit On!