Alicia does a great job every week at Blaze but recently seems to have picked things up even more! Congrats on hitting a few new PR’s as well. If you see her say congrats ! “Alicia” 5 rounds… Read more »
by Greg Everett Patterns and consistency appeal to me. I like being able to look at something and quickly see the internal logic. This goes for training programs—ordinarily, I want to be able to look through a program and be… Read more »
Today is all about Pull-Ups ! A few helpful videos for beginners to advanced pull-uppers ! Jumping Pullups – Efficiency Tips – Now get to doing some pullups !
by Greg Everett Tension and timing are critical elements of successful snatching and clean & jerking. A primary part of the motor skills an athlete has to learn and develop as a weightlifter is how to create and maintain huge amounts… Read more »
Today’s challenge is 1 minute of rowing for max calories ! Get after it ! Here is a video showing you ways to improve your rowing techinque.
It is very tempting to try that fad diet that you have found in the latest magazine that promises the world with fantastic fat losses without doing a thing. Just take a couple of fat burning pills follow the diet… Read more »
In the 21st century, an every growing number of men and women are flocking to the Internet and World Wide Web to make purchases of products and to engage services from different providers. One type of product line that now… Read more »
Even with her very busy schedule Tori makes time every week to get her workouts in. When she travels she drops in to different boxes to see more of our amazing CrossFit Family and keep up her routine. Keep… Read more »
By Greg Everett Diane Asks: I am a crossfitter turned strictly to weightlifting the past 2 years and have been able to compete at local meets and do well considering my short time practicing. My problem is, I began competitive lifting… Read more »
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CrossFit Blaze – CrossFit
Sroka-le hip warm up: (No Measure)
with a hip circle or band around the knees perfrom the following:
10m Penguin walks + 5 air squats
10 m Lateral walks + 5 air squats
10 m Monster Walks + 5 air squats
10 x clam shells w/ or w/out band on knee depending on strength
Back Squat (8-8-5-5-3-3)
Lvl 1: 75/55
Lvl 2: 95/65
Lvl 3: 115/75
Med ball Plank Finisher (No Measure)
5:00 Total Plank Time in as few sets as possible.
Attempts are done w Forearms on Medball with slow movements in all directions
30-50 Band Pull-aparts