Five rounds for time of:
21 Sumo-deadlift high-pull 95# (65#)
Post time to BTWB.
More and more CrossFit competitions are happening every weekend. This past weekend was the Colorado Open and on September 28th around 15 of our female athletes are participating in the Girls Gone RX competition.
One of the best courses I’ve been to is the CrossFit Competitors Course. The course is taught by high level athletes that know what it takes to advance your training and your coaching to the next level. If you’ve thought about competing in CrossFit but aren’t quite sure you have all the knowledge on what it takes to compete as far as nutrition, game day preparation, mental preparation, and training leading up to the competition, the CrossFit Competitors Course is for you.
The course is very thorough and covers all aspects of being a competitive athlete and coaching competitors. Over the two day session I was tested both physically and challenged mentally. I walked out of the course a better athlete and more importantly a better coach. The lectures are very informative and energetic and the coaches that put on my course had so much collective knowledge into what it takes to prepare as an athlete and coach an athlete.
If you’re looking to take your competition performance or competition coaching to the next level, this is the course you MUST attend. Check out the video above for a more thorough overview.
The course will be held November 16th and 17th at our very own CrossFit Verve. Click HERE for more information and to sign up.
• Completion of the Level 1 Trainer Course (Trainer Certificate or Certificate of Attendance).
• Personal interest in competing, or coaching athletes, in CrossFit competitions.
• Knowledge of and ability to perform the movements foundational to the CrossFit program; i.e., the 9 foundational movements, basic gymnastics (including all variations of pull-ups), muscle-ups, toes-to-bars, all variations of the Olympic lifts, the slow lifts, rowing, and running.