CrossFit | Cancer


The CrossFit stimulus—constantly varied high-intensity functional movement coupled with meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch, and no sugar—prepares you for the demands of a healthy, functional, independent life and provides a hedge against chronic disease and incapacity. This stimulus is elegant in the mathematical sense of being marked by simplicity and efficacy. The proven elements of this broad, general, and inclusive fitness, in terms of both movement and nutrition, are what we term our CrossFit Essentials.

Seminar Staff Flowmaster Chuck Carswell demonstrates the sumo deadlift high pull. Progressing from the conventional deadlift, he moves into the sumo deadlift high pull setup position, with the hands in, feet wide, hips tall, and knees out. 

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“We’ve had members quit,” Dillon King said. “You know, we’ve had trials come, and they’re like, ‘What’s with all the flags?’ And I’m like, ‘Well, everybody is welcome here.’ And maybe they don’t sign up, but there’s someone who needs me more than that guy or girl … and I’m going to be the only place they feel comfortable. So I’m here for them.”

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Workout of the Day for 210612: For time: 2,000-m row, 60-m handstand walk, 5 legless rope climbs, 15-ft., 1,000-m row, 40-m handstand walk, 4 legless rope climbs, 15-ft., 500-m row, 20-m handstand walk, 3 legless rope climbs, 15-ft.

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Workout of the Day for 210611: Complete as many repetitions as possible in 10 minutes of: 10 snatches, Rest 1 minute, 10 snatches, Rest 1 minute, 10 snatches, Rest 1 min. Max reps snatches in time remaining.

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Workout of the Day for 210609: For time: 30 muscle-ups, 30-meter dumbbell front-rack lunge, 300 double-unders, 20 muscle-ups, 20-meter dumbbell front-rack lunge, 200 double-unders, 10 muscle-ups 10-meter dumbbell front-rack lunge, 100 double-unders.

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