Group classes focus on improving the overall physical condition of each participant. The intensity and difficulty of each workout will be appropriate for each participant’s current ability. In the classes we will work on strength, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, coordination, power, etc., as well as have some fun.
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CrossFit Kids Classes
CrossFit Kids is CrossFit specifically designed for children and pre-teens. There is a vast difference between how children, pre-teens, and adults build strength. The CrossFit Kids program pays specific attention to these differences and aims to promote fitness at age appropriate levels. CrossFit Kids focuses on making fitness FUN.
Power Lifting/Strength Class
Strength class based on a modified conjugate system. The classes are broken up into upper and lower body days. Monday and Tuesday are lower body, including the trunk. Wednesday and Friday are upper extremity. The class starts with one of the slow lifts (ex: deadlift, bench press, etc), then three to four accessory exercises finish out this hour long class. You do not need to attend a full CrossFit Basics or full Intro sessions to attend powerlifting/strength class. Everyone will be required to attend One Intro Session with one of our Powerlifting coaches to ensure safety, proper form, and to understand the program.
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Olympic Lifting Class
Olympic Weightlifting includes two lifts, the snatch and the clean and jerk. This class will consist of variations of these lifts to improve technique, speed, and power. The class size is limited to ensure enough individualized attention for each participant. All levels are welcome to this class. If you would like to attend this class without attending CrossFit classes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Pre-registration for these classes is required.
CrossFit San Leandro’s Olympic Weightlifting program is coached by and designed by Ruth Pardue. Ruth is a Level 2 USA Weightlifting coach having coached multiple senior and collegiate athletes to the national level. Also, she is the 2013 Masters World Champion, 2013 Pan American Masters Silver medalist, 2014 Pan American Masters Gold medalist and six time Pan American Masters record holder. She has coached people with zero experience in weightlifting to the podium at master’s meets, top ten at University Nationals, and Senior Nationals. If you want to learn the olympic lifts properly, this is the class for you.
Recovering from an injury or surgery? Ruth Pardue, PT, DPT specializes in writing programs for people wanting to return to weightlifting after an injury or surgery. Please email email@example.com with questions.
The class focuses on proper technique, building endurance on the rower, and strategies for WODs with rowing in them. You will only row during the class. You will see improvements in your trunk strength, leg strength, cardiovascular endurance and muscular endurance, and technique. Individuals with no prior experience are welcome. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or would like to join this rowing class. Register here.