1. Aerobic Capacity (Cardio-vascular/respiratory capacity) 2. Body Composition (Ratio of body fat to lean body mass) 3. Muscle Strength 4. Muscle Endurance

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  • 1. Aerobic Capacity (Cardio-vascular/respiratory capacity) 2. Body Composition (Ratio of body fat to lean body mass) 3. Muscle Strength 4. Muscle Endurance 5. Muscle Flexibility
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  • highest amount of oxygen consumed during maximal exercise in activities that use the large muscle groups in the legs or arms and legs combined. http://www.plu.edu/~chasega/terms.html Oxygen Only Please!
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  • The amount of fat in the body compared to the amount of lean mass http://www.functional-fitness-facts.com/5- components-of-physical-fitness.html
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  • The amount of force a muscle or group of muscles can exert against a heavy resistance http://www.functional-fitness-facts.com/5-components-of- physical-fitness.html
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  • The ability for a muscle or group of muscles to repeat a movement many times or hold a position for an extended length of time http://www.functional-fitness-facts.com/5-components-of- physical-fitness.html
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  • The degree at which a single muscle can lengthen http://www.functional-fitness- facts.com/5-components-of-physical- fitness.html
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  • The answer is CrossFit Crossfit incorporates all 5 dimensions plus more
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  • The Sport of Fitness A core Strength and Conditioning Program developed to enhance an individuals competency at all physical tasks (Training Guide)
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  • Cardiovascular Respiratory endurance Stamina Strength Flexibility Power Speed Coordination Agility Balance Accuracy
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  • Consistently Varied Consistently Varied Functional Movements Functional Movements High intensity High intensity Using movements we do everyday, just like the cavemen Check out these links
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  • Kids CrossFit Teen CrossFit CrossFit Light Regular Hopefully in the Future Physical Education Classes and School Teams
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  • Workout Of The Day 1. warm-up 2. a skill development 3. the high-intensity WOD 4. period of individual or group stretching
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  • constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement What other program can go almost 3 years without doing the same workout twice Another new WOD today! YAY!
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  • Airsquat Front squat Over the head squat Deadlift sumo-deadlift to high pull Shoulder press Push press Push jerk Medicine ball clean Split Jerk
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  • Use your hips!!!! Dont Be That Guy
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  • 1. For Time 2. AMRAP 3. Every Minute On The Minute Whats Your Excuse?
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  • Warmup: Burgener Warmup Shoulder Mobility Burgener Warmup Strength: Find 1RM on Clean & Jerk WOD: 10 Minute AMRAP: 5 Ring Pushups 20 Double Unders Cool Down: 400M Walk and Foam Roll Lifting something from ground to over your head That looks like all the concepts in one workout
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  • 1 st Step: Find an Affiliate (CrossFit Gym) 2 nd Step: Set up your On Ramp Coarse
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  • 3 rd Step: Complete 4 On Ramp Coarses 4 th and Last Step: Go CrossFit in group classes
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  • http://www.functional-fitness-facts.com/5- components-of-physical-fitness.html http://www.functional-fitness-facts.com/5- components-of-physical-fitness.html http://www.plu.edu/~chasega/terms.html http://www.plu.edu/~chasega/terms.html http://library.crossfit.com/free/pdf/CFJ_Sem inars_TrainingGuide_REV122011.pdf http://library.crossfit.com/free/pdf/CFJ_Sem inars_TrainingGuide_REV122011.pdf http://crossfitwaco.com/blog2/wp- content/uploads/2009/10/9- Movements.pdf http://crossfitwaco.com/blog2/wp- content/uploads/2009/10/9- Movements.pdf http://www.crossfit.com/cf- seminars/CertRefs/CFD_L1_ParticipantHand book_Revised_02.pdf


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