“Ugh, I HATE THIS. Why do you make us STOP at the BOTTOM of a SQUAT?” Because we love you. No, we’re not just being cruel. Pausing in the bottom of the squat not only helps build stability and confidence in the hole (the bottom of the squat), but it also helps improve flexibility and […]
Have you ever looked at our bars and wondered what’s the difference? Why some are thicker, others have more knurling (the pointy stuff that digs in to your hands), or why some seem to bend under heavy weight? Check out this Breaking Muscle article that discusses some of the different features of bars and what […]
ATTENTION: This Wednesday (February 11, 2015) there will be NO OLYMPIC WEIGHTLIFTING class. Thank you for bearing with us during this transition period.
The snatch. Probably one of the most challenging movements in a CrossFitter’s repertoire. It doesn’t have to been that way, though: it can get easier. All that is required is practice. Lots of it. In upcoming months you’ll see an increase in Olympic weightlifting technique work in our regular classes. Our goal is to give […]
Would you like to improve your Olympic Lifts? We were contacted by Brandon Jackson, USA Weightlifting Coach & CrossFit Level 1 Trainer to host a 2 or 3 day camp. The cost would be $250.00 for the 2 days or $400.00 for the 3 days. In the camp you would learn: * proper technique for […]