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LEVEL 1 CROSSFIT TRAINER COURSE @ MCF

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Courses are open to individuals and trainers at all stages of development. The Level 1 Certificate Course serves as the cornerstone for CrossFit methodology and movement, and the Level 2 Certificate Course is dedicated to improving a trainer’s ability to coach others. Online and Specialty courses provide avenues for continuing education and exploring specific topics in more detail. Sign in …

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LEVEL 1 CROSSFIT TRAINER COURSE @ MCF

In by Sanne

Courses are open to individuals and trainers at all stages of development. The Level 1 Certificate Course serves as the cornerstone for CrossFit methodology and movement, and the Level 2 Certificate Course is dedicated to improving a trainer’s ability to coach others. Online and Specialty courses provide avenues for continuing education and exploring specific topics in more detail. Sign in …

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LEVEL 1 CROSSFIT TRAINER COURSE @ MCF

In by Sanne

Courses are open to individuals and trainers at all stages of development. The Level 1 Certificate Course serves as the cornerstone for CrossFit methodology and movement, and the Level 2 Certificate Course is dedicated to improving a trainer’s ability to coach others. Online and Specialty courses provide avenues for continuing education and exploring specific topics in more detail. Sign in …

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Benchmark Blog: Nate

Named after Chief petty Officer Nate Hardy, this is a time priority workout: AMRAP (As Many reps As Possible) in 20 minutes of 2 Muscle Ups 4 Handstand Push Ups 8 Kettlebell Swings 32/24kg To Rx or not Rx? This workout has some advanced movements, you either can do them, or you can’t. In the case of not Rx, approach …

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Benchmark Blog: CrossFit Total

First Published in CrossFit Journal Issue 52 – December 2006 by Mark Rippetoe There is room on this planet for another approach to testing absolute strength. And it apparently falls on my broad, hairy shoulders to announce the development of a different way to do it. Coach Glassman discussed this with me recently, in a conversation about increasing CrossFit’s strength …