07/31/2014
Weightlifting
behind the neck Snatch Grip push press 5x3
Metcon
12 min AMRAP with a 50 box jump (24/20) (RX+ 30/24) buy in, 7 clean and jerks (135/95)(95/65) (rx+ 185/135), 7 burpees (rx+ burpee box jumps).


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Weightlifting
behind the neck Snatch Grip push press 5x3
Metcon
12 min AMRAP with a 50 box jump (24/20) (RX+ 30/24) buy in, 7 clean and jerks (135/95)(95/65) (rx+ 185/135), 7 burpees (rx+ burpee box jumps).

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Classes
  • 101 – Your Intro to CrossFit

    CrossFit 101 is designed to give you a strong foundation to all aspects of CrossFit including olympic lifting, gymnastics, mobility, endurance, and nutrition. Unless you have completed a 101 or Fundamentals course at another Affiliate, all athletes are required to take this course prior to jumping into regular classes. It’s designed for everyone; from Navy
  • Workout of the Day

    In CrossFit we call our workout of the day the “WOD.” This is the cornerstone of CrossFit workouts.  These daily classes combine gymnastics (body weight movements e.g. pull ups, pushups, air squats), weightlifting and conditioning. WODs are broken into two elements; a “B” element and a “C” element.  The “B” element is reserved for absolute strength,
  • Endurance

    In CrossFit Eternal’s Endurance classes we focus on developing cardiovascular/respiratory endurance, improving efficiency in running and rowing, supporting training for races and events and having a ton of (fast) fun. Our E-WODs may be challenging, but they are the road to speed an efficiency. Coach Matt Cagnetta has background in competitive bicycle racing, running and
  • Gymnastics

    Gymnastics WOD (GWOD), focuses on all the gymnastic elements of CrossFit. Classes include work on additional movements that aren’t commonly seen in WODs, yet are still beneficial to CrossFit-ers. The majority of these are bodyweight movements. Classes mainly consist of skill, strength, and mobility development work. Athletes will develop the strength and technique to execute specific movements,
  • Mobility

    Mobility; (mōˈbilətē): Capable of moving or being moved.Of the 10 domains of fitness, no single domain impacts any other area for good or for bad as much as Mobility. Your tight hamstrings are not only causing you issues on your squat, but they also make your running suffer. This could further lead to problems when
  • Olympic Lifting

    In Olympic class you will get hands on, one-on-one training that you aren’t always able to receive in larger regular classes. OLY class teaches the proper techniques of the most popular Olympic lifts;  the Snatch and Clean & Jerk. You will become more aware of those common flaws that most athletes make when attempting these
  • Yoga

    Yoga for athletes integrates strength, balance, and flexibility.  In addition, yoga’s focus on breath and stillness of the mind, improves the athletes mental focus it takes to get through grueling WOD’s.  This all-level class incorporates specific poses to target overused and inflexible muscles.  Enhance your challenging workouts by learning how to relax tight muscles while
  • C2

    This program is for those who want a little more that just general programming.
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Davidson, University Area – WOD Warm-up “400m run 10 max height WB 20 single leg DL 10 leg swings” Weightlifting Overhead Squat 20 min EMOM even: 3 OHS (70-75%), odd: 4-6 pistols (rx+ 10 pistols). Pistol scale with sitting to a box. Warm-up Metcon (Time) 45 thrusters (45/35), 30 burpees, 45 thrusters. 6 min cap.
Independence Day Weekend Schedule

Independence Day Weekend Schedule

Happy Independence Day! We’ve adjusted our schedule for both CrossFit Eternal locations for the holiday weekend. Our class times will be as follows: Friday, July 4th will have regular morning classes. The last class of the day at both locations will be at noon. Saturday, July 5th will have the same schedule at both locations
KG in the Kitchen: Attack of the Summer Squash

KG in the Kitchen: Attack of the Summer Squash

Zucchini and your other summer squashes are, well, about as American as baseball and apple pie. Seriously, people get really EXCITED about it and I must confess, I have struggled to embrace it. To me, it’s bland and since it’s not highly touted as one of those super food-y “must eats,” I normally prefer to
Coaches Corner

Coaches Corner

Beginning of the week’s cool down topic: The Row Recovery!   Learn from coach Matt: