Megan P

Anyone else marking anything off of their BINGO sheet?

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CrossFit WOD for Friday 2/3

tempo chinups, then

Fitness

for time:
50 box jumps, 24/20″
50 ab-mat situps
50 walking lunge steps
50 kb swings, 24/16kg
800m run

Performance

for time:
40 box jumps, 32/24″
40 GHD situps
40′ overhead walking lunge steps, 2×50/35#+
40 perfectly vertical kettlebell swings, 32/24kg+
800m run

Post times to whiteboard!

Olympic Weightlifting WOD

overhead squat, power snatch + snatch balance, power clean + push press + jerk

In case you haven’t noticed, 2017 is here! Trying to figure out what to do with all that fitness you’ve been building all winter? How about taking it outside!

Sarah and Colin are taking on a half Ironman this summer, this time in Victoria, BC. And we’re looking for a few brave souls to join us. What does it take to finish a half Ironman?

1.2 mile swim.

56 mile bike ride.

Ending with a 13.1 mile run.

All told it’ll take around 6 to 8 hours. Sound outrageous? It’s not bad! In fact, we’ve already got two friends joining us who have never attempted an organized endurance event before. To get ready, we’ll all follow the same programming that got us through our first Half-Ironman in 2015 (about 3-4 months of training). If you’re worried about the swim or have any other specific questions (most people do!), we’ll also be happy to help personalize a plan for you.

If you’re interested in learning more about what exactly Ironman training involves, track Sarah or Colin down at the gym, or email info@foundationcrossfit.com to get a hold of us.

Keep an eye out for training events this Spring. Even if you don’t want to complete a half Ironman, you’re welcome to improve your endurance and stamina by joining us on a run, bike ride or swim!

You Go, I Go partner workouts are great for keeping athletes honest about staying accountable and going hard when it’s your turn to work.

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CrossFit WOD for Thursday 2/2

superset:
– double dumbbell/kettlebell press 3×12
– dumbbell/kettlebell row 3×12/side

10 rounds for time YGIG
150m row
15 kettlebell snatch 24/16kg
15 burpees

Post teams and times to whiteboard!

HellaFit WOD

The DOWNHILL

for time:
100m walking lunges
90 KBS
80 double unders
70 KBS
60 double unders
50 KBS
40 push-ups
30 pull-ups/ring rows
20 push-ups
10 pull-ups/ring rows
5 ramp sprints

Now that January is over we think we need something to keep the goal-setting and goal-finishing fires going. We’re not ‘resolutionaries‘. The 2017 CrossFit Games Open season is among us and what better way to kick off February by playing a new game…
 
Introducing FCF BINGO!
 
Here’s how we’re going to get geared up for the season and get a head start preparing for the 2017 Intramural Open (yup, we’re doin’ that again) at FCF.
 
– Starting tomorrow 2/2/17, FCF Bingo cards will be available for you to pickup and place in your journal.
– For the entire month of February, your goal is to complete as many tasks as possible!
– This is a completely optional game.
– Everyone is invited to grab a Bingo card, write your name on it, and start working on getting boxes checked off by your coaches until February 28th. It will have various tasks such as attending an array of classes and classtimes, posting selfies in the gym, and tagging us in social media, doing burpees, etc.
– After submitting in your card, you will be entered into a raffle for different prizes. The more you have filled out, the more entries you get BUT you are only allowed to win one prize.
 
One Bingo: 5 winners
Three Bingos: 3 winners
Blacked-out card: 1 winner
 
– You will be responsible for keeping your bingo cards with you or in your journals. If you lose it, you lose your checked boxes- no resigning past accomplishments!
– You may submit your bingo cards before February 28th.
– Cards will be checked at the end of classes on Feb 28 and the winners will be announced on Saturday, March 4th during the CGO 17.2 morning event!

Bobby B

Violent leg and hip extension should be the focus within push pressing. The arms simply continue the speed developed by hitting the ‘finish’ position.

CGO2017 Team Foundation CrossFit watch:

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CrossFit WOD for Wednesday 2/1

2 rounds for time:
30 wall balls
20 push press, 44/30kg
10 muscle-ups

Start and end with 200 double unders. Post time to whiteboard!

Olympic Weightlifting WOD

front squat, clean & jerk, clean high pull

Kettlebell WOD

– Ground force
– Planks and windmills
– Skill work: Snatches
– 10 minute TGU to arm with 10 sec pauses


Lyndsay F

The handstand pushup is one of those high-level movements that we will generally see during the CrossFit Games Open, so we’re going to put an emphasis on improving this skill.

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CrossFit WOD for Tuesday 1/31

establish a 1RM press then press 3x8x60 (1:30 rests b/t sets), then

3 rounds for time:
30 calorie row
20 power snatches, 52/38kg
10 hspu

Post 1RM and time to whiteboard!

HellaFit WOD

30 minutes of skills, 30 minutes of sweat!

CGO2017 – Team Foundation CrossFit so far:

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CrossFit WOD for Monday 1/30

superset:
bench press 4x8x70
tempo pullups 2121 4×4
2-minute rest

“FRAN”

21-15-9 reps for time:
thruster, 43/29kg
pullups

Olympic Weightlifting WOD – Deload Week w6d1

back squat, snatch + push press + drop snatch

Kettlebell WOD

Ground force
Planks and Halos
Skill: TGU
Strength Day #6 : 10 swings per arm every minute for 10 minutes