Seminars & Clinics
CrossFit Level One Trainer’s Course
Sat-Sun August 3rd-4th
The Level 1 Trainer Course is an introductory course on CrossFit’s methodology, concepts, and movements. . The course includes classroom instruction on: CrossFit’s conceptual framework, CrossFit’s foundational movements, programming to optimize training results, and nutrition strategies to support fitness.
Hands on small group training sessions include instruction on CrossFit’s foundational movements under low intensity with a focus on improving technique. Students will have their movement observed and corrected, and engage in dialogue concerning effective correction techniques.
Large, group CrossFit workouts are conducted as an example of bringing it all together; establishing an example of how to conduct a class and how to hold a standard of proper technique under high intensity and scaling for any ability level.
The purpose of the course is to provide students with an introductory level education on the fundamental principles and movements that make up the CrossFit Program.
The L1 course is structured to meet a two-fold goal:
- Provide attendees the understanding to better use CrossFit methods for themselves; and
- Provide attendees an initial and foundational education to begin training others using CrossFit.
On completing a Level 1 CrossFit Trainer Course, attendees will have the resources and sufficient foundation from which to continue development as a CrossFit trainer and/or athlete.
Advanced Paleo Nutrition Seminar by Custom Fit Meals
Summer 2013 TBD
Cost: Free! Optional $15 for advanced body fat testing and nutritional profile
Join us in getting schooled on some high level nutrition topics, including the effects of nutrient, vitamin and mineral deficiencies on health and performance. Custom Fit Meals will have a registered dietitian present to present the material and answer all your nutrition questions.
Additionally they will have a body fat analysis which can detect your nutritional issues- too much sugar, not enough sleep, too many carbs, etc.