Archive for the ‘CrossFit Endurance’ Category

On the First Day of CrossFit, My Coaches Gave to Me… · 21 December 2014

The 12 Days of CrossFit Roots1 – rope climb2 – bar muscle-up3 – row 50m4 – handstand push-up5 – overhead squat (95/65)6 – burpee box jumps (up and over)7 – KB swings (24/16)8 – hang power clean (135/95)9 – toes-2-bar10 – wall ball11 – hand release push-up12 – pistol On the First Day of CrossFit, My Coaches […]

CrossFit Endurance Race Success! · 1 August 2014

Rylee and Dave make great race progress as the XTERRA 20km trail race.

CrossFit Endurance Early Summer Session · 30 April 2014

Details on the Summer CrossFit Endurance Program at Roots.

The Whiteboard. · 3 February 2013

“Isabel”For time:Snatch 135 pounds, 30 repsUse 95 pounds, 65 pounds or broomstick as needed.     The Whiteboard. The whiteboard is a unique and powerful component of Crossfit.  It represents vastly different things to each and every athlete. I believe it can and should serve as a powerful motivator. It was designed to accomplish this […]

Miss Manners…Part 2 · 21 January 2013

Push Jerk: 8-8-8Front Squat: 3-3-3-3-3 Miss Manners…Part 2 For our next installment of Miss Manners, we have a guest columnist whom many of you may have encountered before. This week she addresses a topic that is relevant to CrossFitters new and old. Dear Cindy, Just the other day I was doing my favorite WOD, your […]

Stand Up Straight · 15 January 2013

“Helen”Three rounds for time:Run 400 meters21 Kettlebell swings (1 1/2 pood Kettlebell or 55 pound dumbbell)12 Pull-ups Stand Up Straight Your mother said it. Your grandmother said it. Your coaches say it. Standing up straight is not only key to good posture, it is also key to shoulder and hip mobility as well as running […]

CrossFit Roots Endurance Team – Summer Session · 2 May 2012

CrossFit Roots announces the second installment of the CFE closed training program.

The CrossFit Roots Endurance Team Posts HUGE Gains. · 18 April 2012

Coach Tracie Holcomb describes the CrossFit Endurance team’s progress.