Class Level Distinctions

Aug 15th, 2012

Category: CrossFit

Class Level Distinctions

 

get inventive with your workout

As you may have noticed on the schedule going forward we have added an RX level amongst our L1/L2, All Levels and Competitor class distinctions.  In order to take an Rx class you do not have to complete the prescribed weights or unassisted body weight movements, we just ask that you have previously done the movements before in a class or are comfortable with some sort of modification.  There will not be as much coddling during the Rx classes and time will be spent on furthering skills.  For example, on muscle up day we will not review pull ups and dips during Rx classes.  Instead, we will spend most of our time working muscle up technique and transitions.  If you are a newbie (don’t have the kip quite down yet, have never set up a ring dip with the bands), we suggest you show up to the L1/L2 classes or the All Levels classes as time will be spent going into detail on technique, how to setup, how to scale appropriately, etc.. Lastly, if you have been a member for 2+ months and have seen all the movements a few times don’t be fearful of jumping into the Rx classes.  These classes are going to help further your skills, push you a little harder and free up some room in the L1/L2 classes for more newbies to learn.  Lastly, all are welcome for All Levels classes.  These classes are at non high traffic times and we will have multiple coaches on when necessary to help with all ability levels often breaking up by skill set.  Thank you for abiding to these class distinctions as we are able to teach more effectively and efficiently in doing so.

Also…

We would really like to help out CFNE  with some judges. Judging is a great way to get more involved with CrossFit and a great way to meet others in the community. Here are some details from Mel:

We NEED: 48 Judges for the Northeast Fire Breather Festival! We have a handful right now. The more judges we have, the smoother the event runs and the more breaks the judges get.
Criteria: You do NOT need to be certified. Just a CrossFit enthusiest.
Perks: FREE FOOD and t-shirt. Plus a BEER social Saturday and Sunday night.
Sign Up: Register as a volunteer, then email [email protected] to confirm you want to be a judge.
When: Movement standards meeting is Friday September 7th at 7pm. Competition starts Sat and Sun

WOD
With a partner:
50 front squats (135,95)
75 pull-ups
100 partner wallballs (20/14)
125 Double Unders
1500m row

Level 2 (105,65)
Level 1 (75,45)

DISCUSSION 0 Comments

  1. jason barrow 08/16/2012 at 1:06 am

    Got to partner up with one of my fave dudes JOE LASK tonight. Took it to those Rx front squats.

    WOD: 21:48

    Tonight was the first time in a while that my hands weren’t a mess for a pullup WOD, what a freakin’ difference that made. I was seriously beginning to wonder if I lost the ability to do kipping pullups. Was able to push off the bar and take advantage of pushing my head through my arms, I was having trouble doing that with jacked up hands.

    Change the blades in your callus shavers! I didn’t realize how dull the blade was in mine until I changed it out today. I was probably just making my hands worse for the past month, making big divots from shaving away with that dull edge.

  2. papa schurk 08/15/2012 at 11:45 pm

    23:01 rx weight front squats, singles (a whole bunch) banded pu’s. thanx mike for picking up my slack on the pull ups and dubs! oh btw any kenny chesney tim mcgraw fans out there? i have 2 tickets for sale $150 each. show is august 25th. let me know if you want them 1st $300 gets them. 617-480-0929 papa schurk

  3. Laura 08/15/2012 at 10:58 pm

    Another great workout where I almost felt like puking. Kary was great at motivating me to continue. 28:24, 10 pound wall ball, level 1 for front squat

  4. AJ 08/15/2012 at 8:49 pm

    Good WOD! How come more people don’t post results?

  5. Gill 08/15/2012 at 4:54 pm

    Kara is a beast on front squats and rowing. And let’s get some more ladies at the 6:30am!!

  6. Joe 08/15/2012 at 3:37 pm

    I’m going to assume the buddy squat was Jason’s idea.

  7. Nicole D 08/15/2012 at 1:56 pm

    Woah…that was a whopper of a chipper! Love partner WODs!
    Team Anesthesia- WOD: 28:32 (95 for the front squats, blue and green bands for me, DUs and singles between us, 14 for the wallballs)

  8. Duff 08/15/2012 at 11:42 am

    15:48 with me playing the role of the gimp substituting burpees for DUs as I nurse my bum wheel back into shape. Patrick’s a horse. Love the partner wods…definite added motivation to keep hammering away. Kudos to the animal who did the entire workout solo…God help me.