Archive for July, 2010
20 KB swings
10 ten metre runs
5 box jumps
box Jump Ridge
15 to 1 Box Jumps then run 10m
20 min AMRAP
7 kb Cleans
20 m sprint
20 double unders
3 Sets of 9-7-5
60kg Squat clean into thruster.
Muscle ups ( 2 chins and 2 dips per muscle up)
There are endless testimonials on the main CrossFit site from UFC and MMA fighters exhorting the benefits of CrossFit. Many fighters are using CrossFit as their only strength and conditioning training and they have improved their performances in their sports since changing to the CrossFit regime.
In January 2011 the ACT will hold the ‘Brace For War’ MMA cage fights. Chris, our newest member at Hill Sports Academy joined our centre to train for this event. He is using our boxing, Kick boxing, Judo, BJJ and CrossFit sessions to give him the edge that will lead to success.
Using Chris’ aspirations Tom has created today’s tough CrossFit workout. CrossFit training methods improve over all conditioning through the right balance of isometric, explosive and aerobic movements. Exercises always focus on full range, functional movements. Each movement focuses on a certain section of the body while still working other parts such as stabilizers and the core at the same time.
CrossFit is an exercise regime that will improve your strength and conditioning leave you looking slim and athletic and give you that extra advantage in any sport that you participate in.