June2015

June2015

CrossFit Devonport – 010715

There will be dark days. Balancing on a razors edge, you fumble forward. Peril and disaster wait on either side, the darkness ready to consume. Oh those dark days. The windless sails and stalling flight. You can’t move forward, progress halts. Every step is teeth grinding, soul reaching, blood and[…]

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CrossFit Devonport – 290615

Move…Strong. Learn to move correctly and effectively, then get stronger in those movement patterns. Some people aren’t able to accurately meet range of motion requirements for certain activities and so some things might be contraindicated for them. Overhead pressing is an excellent example. If an athlete is unable to accurately[…]

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CrossFit Devonport – 260615

Guys, remember to try and get into the gym 5-15mins early to loosen up and do your specific/individual correctives prior to the session taking place. This includes any stretches, foam rolling or other corrective exercises you might need to do in order to have a workout. A. FSQ In 10mins,[…]

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CrossFit Devonport – 250615

A. In 10mins, 
 Build to HC +2.5kg last week 
B. BP
 (linear progression)
 C. 5Rds for reps 
- CTB Pullups x AMRAP unbroken 
- Row x cals in 45sec
 – Dips x AMRAP unbroken

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Bigdogs Blog – 3 Tiers of fitness adaptation

I’ve been musing on skill development and the progressive nature of elite fitness. I’ve been thinking about how the 10 modes of fitness are essentially broken into 3 tiers. The first tier is fundamental, the second is developmental and the third is exceptional. All three are important however focus can[…]

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CrossFit Devonport – 240615

A1. Lateral hurdle jump overs 3×6 A2. Burpee to attention, no jump 3×3 AFAP! B. DL (Linear progression) C. 120:60 x 3rds – KB Snatch (alt) x 10 – HKTE x 10 *Pick up where you leave off each round Wed Results  

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CrossFit Devonport – 230615

Everyone is different. No two people are the same. There are some people with long legs, some with short ones. Some people have ridiculously big hands and can grip the hell out of stuff. Some people have high amounts of fast twitch muscle fibres and others are more slow twitch[…]

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