Sunday Funday Open Gym – 7:00am-Noon
75 Wallballs (20/14#)
In CrossFit, there are ten recognized general physical skills. Our goal is competence in each of these ten skills. The first four of these skills (endurance, stamina, strength, and flexibility) are improved through training. Training is measurable and creates an organic change in the body. The next four skills (coordination, agility, balance, and accuracy) are improved through practice. Practice creates change in the nervous systems, which leads to improved movement. The final two skills (power and speed) and improved through a combination of training and practice.
Today is a great opportunity, especially being a Sunday during the Open, to practice. Before our workout we can practice our rowing technique, we can practice our timing on double-unders, we can practice our positioning on our wall balls. Drilling these movement patterns pre-workout and reinforcing them during the workout, not by necessarily moving fast, but by moving diligently, will shift the needle in the right direction for our training sessions.
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Calling all yogis, sponsors or anyone that loves being a part of something that helps kids in need! CFNE family member, Sarah Gardner is the founder of Yoga Reaches Out – a non-profit that raises funds for children’s charities through large yoga events. Yoga Reaches Out (YRO) is hosting their 7th New England Yogathon at Gillette Stadium’s Field House on Sunday, April 30th from 9:00am-5:00pm.
The day includes amazing yoga led by the best instructors, live music, a marketplace, food, raffle and more all to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital. YRO has raised over one million dollars for Boston Children’s Hospital and now is our chance to help them raise even more. We are starting a CFNE Team for the event! To register or donate, click here. To learn more about Yoga Reaches Out, click here.
If your company is interested in being a sponsor for this great event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Namaste CFNE!