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April 02, 2009



5 Rounds Rest as Needed Between Rounds

Back Squat 5 Reps (Go as heavy as you can for 5)
Max Reps Push Ups

Let me know if you are interested in one or both of the following seminar/certifications.
Olympic Weightlifting Seminar

Earn 1.2 CEUs for NSCA CSCS and CPT

Saturday & Sunday May 9-10 2009
10:00am – 5:00pm

CrossFit Boston
Boston, Massachusetts

The Olympic lifts develop unparalleled explosiveness for athletes of all types, but because of their relatively great technical complexity, they are often performed incorrectly, limiting their effectivess, or even avoided entirely.

Spend two days learning complete progressions for the snatch and clean & jerk, and dramatically improve your own lifting technique.

Registration includes a 102-page excerpt from the book Olympic Weightlifting: A Complete Guide for Athletes & Coaches by Greg Everett

Requirements & Expectations
No previous experience with the Olympic lifts is required, but attendees should be reasonably experienced with basic strength lifts such as the squat and deadlift. This seminar will be hands-on for its duration.

Greg Everett, CSCS, USA Weightlifting Coach, author of Olympic Weightlifting: A Complete Guide for Athletes & Coaches
Aimee Anaya, National Champion Weightlifter
This is the Video That Greg and Amy Put Out on April 1st several years ago!

The next one is… Tim and Nicole and Sarah and I have already registered.
June 13, 2009: CrossFit Nutrition Certification with Robb Wolf

Spend 1 day with Coach Robb Wolf learning the art and science of performance nutrition. The day will include lecture and theory of performance eating, recovery and optimizing health and longevity. Significant emphasis will be placed on the PRACTICAL implementation of Paleo/Zone concepts. By the end of the day you and your clients will have no more excuses why you cannot feed and water yourself for optimum performance!

Robb Wolf is a former research biochemist specializing in lipid metabolism. His CV includes research at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and graduate work with Prof. Loren Cordain of Colorado State University, author of The Paleo Diet and The Paleo Diet for Athletes. Robb is a co-founder of the CrossFit NorCal (the 4th CrossFit Affiliate), a review editor for the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, and a co-founder of The Performance Menu.

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  1. Drew Reply

    How much do those courses cost?

  2. Mark Lee Reply

    The Nutrition Cert is one day and its 195$ That one will book out quickly.
    The O-lifting seminar is 449$ and its 2 days

  3. Phoebe Reply

    whats with the “$” sign after the amount? 😉

  4. Drew Reply

    the nutrition cert costs less than one weeks worth of zone groceries.

  5. Mark Lee Reply

    Who knows-maybe there’s something in the Nutrition cert about finding quality food at cheap prices…

  6. Littles Reply

    Drew, the farmers markets are cheaper then the grocery stores especially at the end of the day if you offer a fair price to take it all off their hands…..also investing in a chest freezer and buying a half of a cow this fall is something I plan on doing, if you want the other half let me know.

    p.s cancer and heart disease are really expensive, eating well is worth it 🙂

  7. Littles Reply

    OH I’M BACK!

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