Puget Sound CrossFit

CrossFit in a highly-guided, small group format. Coach Jeff is in his 16th year as a fitness/movement trainer; CrossFit since 2005.

Train as often as you can, gradually focusing more on short bursts of high intensity, measurable efforts which mimic all of life's possible demands.
Develop a superior level of metabolic conditioning using sprinting, rowing and other movements capable of moving large loads long distances quickly. Master the basics of body control: breakfalling, rolls, squats, pushups, pull-ups, hand-balancing, basic ring exercises, lunging, climbing, jumping, etc.. Lift heavy things often in various functional ways: deadlift, clean, press, jerk, pull, snatch, squat until you can lift at least double what you could untrained. Don't neglect fundamental aspects of physical development such as: coordination, accuracy, agility, reaction time, speed, balance, flexibility. Learn it all here with your friends at CrossFit Puget Sound

[01/12/17]   Today I saw a video made by vegan apologists comparing black beans to beef. Apparently it is still so common to believe that fat is bad, that black beans win (among other reasons) because they're fat free. Beef fat is naturally loaded with nutrients. Beef becomes bad when it's made with profits in mind. But isn't that true of all food? Why do we still trust rich people trying to get more rich to produce our food?! Happy animals and good soil and water produce the most nutritious food possible.

For more:

http://eatingacademy.com/nutrition/how-did-we-come-to-believe-saturated-fat-and-cholesterol-are-bad-for-us

Why Your Push Press Tells Me Everything I Need to Know About You as a Mover

www.ironforgedathletics.com

If you train with me you need to read this:

www.ironforgedathletics.com Hard truth: if you're a Crossfitter and you don't have a perfect push press, then you have some fundamental problems for your sport (not secondary, not minor—fundamental). Yes, for all you Level-One-ers out there, I know the squat is the unquestioned king of all human movement, and I'm not trying to...

Why Your Push Press Tells Me Everything I Need to Know About You as a Mover

www.ironforgedathletics.com

This is very true. A ton of people just go through the motions on these moves, forgetting that mastery is the goal, not just effort.

www.ironforgedathletics.com Hard truth: if you're a Crossfitter and you don't have a perfect push press, then you have some fundamental problems for your sport (not secondary, not minor—fundamental). Yes, for all you Level-One-ers out there, I know the squat is the unquestioned king of all human movement, and I'm not trying to...

WODprep

This is a pretty good progression for those of you who can't get the timing down when kipping during toes-to-bars.

Here's a video for anyone working on Toes To Bar!

*Note: if you want some free coaching from me, be sure to sign up (link in the comments below)*

#WODprep #TTB #ToesToBar

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Community and fitness go together!

Our current class of beginners!🏋️‍♀️💪🏋🏽

Getting ready for our fall beginners course...

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4100 Aurora Ave N
Seattle, WA
98103

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Monday 4:30pm - 8pm
Tuesday 4:30pm - 8pm
Wednesday 4:30pm - 8pm
Thursday 4:30pm - 8pm
Friday 4:30pm - 7pm
Saturday 10am - 12pm
Sunday 10am - 12pm
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