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This is a community of people dedicated to living healthy, capable lives through fitness. Our programming is designed to continually improve practical physical ability. If it will build your strength, speed, stamina, power, accuracy, coordination, agility, flexibility, balance or endurance, we’ll do it. At Fit Club, the CrossFit affiliate of downtown Columbus, we train hard, improve lives, and have a blast doing it.

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CrossFit is defined as constantly varied, functional movement, performed with intensity. Or, simply put: The workouts are all different, the movements are what your body is naturally meant to do, and you try your best. Any CrossFit workout can be modified to meet the abilities of the athlete. This is the coaches job and it’s how people with varying fitness levels can all train together.

 

Workout of the Day

July 28th, 2015

Lynne

5 Rounds for Max Reps

Bench Press- Bodyweight

Pull Ups

Coaches Notes

This is a old school classic CrossFit benchmark WOD. I’m not sure we have ever done it as a class but we’ll have some fun and see how it goes.

First get a buddy to share a bench with.  Say hello, my name is Bigg Hawgg how much yah bench.  They will inturn answer  Whad up Hawgg, my name is Mizz Jones we can share a bench if you want. ( this never happened while I worked in prison, people just don’t share)  Now set up a bench. The goal is to be able to use your bodyweight for at least 7 reps. If you can’t then back off to either 65% or a 1 rm or a weight you can move for at least 7 reps ( preferably more). We’ll do a warm up set or two then get to the rounds of consequence.

Following each round of bench press you will do a max set of pull ups. Kipping, butterfly, strict, banded, ring, rope,narrow or fat grip,dog bone, ball, globe, mixed or one armed are all expectable just max out brah.

Your score is the total number of reps you do for each. Pay attention we’ll use these number later in the training cycle.

Meet Our Coaches

Mitch Potterf

Mitch Potterf

Owner, CrossFit Level 1 & 2, CrossFit Endurance, CrossFit Kids, NASM-PES

Todd Sexton

Todd Sexton

CrossFit Level 1

Abby Woodring

Abby Woodring

CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit Kids

Ryan Taylor

Ryan Taylor

Crossfit Level 1 & 2, CrossFit Endurance, USAW Level 1

Jen Kaperak

Jen Kaperak

CrossFit Level 1

John Dill

John Dill

USAW Level 1

James Hale

James Hale

CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit Mobility

Lauren Robinson

Lauren Robinson

CrossFit Level 1

Matt Stone

Matt Stone

CrossFit Level 1

Drew Collins

Drew Collins

CrossFit Level 1

From the Blog

Whats the score? There is no score atleast not one to be overly concerned with. Didn’t you read yesterdays notes, what are you doing with your life.  The only thing I’m really concerned with is that you can get to 80-90% or your max Back Squat and that in... read more

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