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Getting Started CrossFit Fort Bragg offers the most professional training facility in Spring Lake, Fayetteville and Sanford. CrossFit Fort Bragg has the most experienced coaching staff in the area with coaching in various subject matter experts with CrossFit world wide, CrossFit Fort Bragg has the most experience in tailoring personal training, olympic lifting, gymnastics, and group workouts in the area; with the that combines a multitude of training methodologies. Our purpose is to provide our members with the most...
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  CrossFit Fort Bragg offers the most professional training facility in Spring Lake, Fayetteville and Sanford. CrossFit Fort Bragg has the most experienced coaching staff in the area with coaching in various subject matter experts with CrossFit world wide, CrossFit Fort Bragg has the most experience in tailoring personal training, olympic lifting, gymnastics, and group workouts in the area; with the that combines a multitude of training methodologies. Our purpose is to provide our members with the most efficient...

Jan 23, 2015

Posted 23 Jan 2015 in WODS

With all the double unders in today’s workout, we thought we would link a few progression videos for you to reference. These come from Gymnastics WOD’s website. They are a good reference for anything gymnasty from jump ropes to muscle-ups!

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Jan 22, 2015

Posted 22 Jan 2015 in WODS

Supplements…

if I’m eating well, why do I need them?

It may be just me, but I’ve gotten this question more times than I can count. If we are truly eating the way our body needs us to, why is there a need to use supplements? Well if you’ve attended any of my nutrition classes or are a part of the current nutrition challenge, you’ve heard me talk about Mark Sisson of Mark’s Daily Apple and he has a wonderful answer to this question.

“Our 10,000-year-old Primal genes expect us to emulate the way our ancestors ate and moved; and the Primal Blueprint says we should do exactly as they expect. While there are many things we can do (or eat) today that very closely approximate what Grok did to trigger positive gene expression, there are also a number of obstacles that can thwart our attempts to be as Primal as possible. Artificial light prompts us to stay up too late and sleep too little. Electronic entertainment competes for our time when we should be out walking and basking in sunlight. We don’t always have access to ideal foods. We shower too much in water thats too hot. We use medicines to mask our symptoms instead of allowing our bodies to deal directly with the problem. You get my point. It’s tough going full Primal today.” Mark Sisson – Grok Didn’t Take Supplements So Why Should I?

Read the full Article Here

 

Jan 21, 2015

Posted 21 Jan 2015 in WODS

 

In response to you all wanting us to host more competitions…

Festivus Games are coming to Crossfit Fort Bragg on April 18, 2015!

The Festivus Games are the perfect opportunity for anyone to compete who is new to competition and looking to get their feet wet! We encourage all of you to sign up for a fun Saturday, with prizes for the top three finishers, for men and women.

If you want to know more, go to our Events page and head to the Festivus Games link, or click here

And if you’re ready to register – click here!

 

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Jan 20, 2015

Posted 20 Jan 2015 in WODS

What a BEAUTIFUL day for snatching, am I right?

To help get you in the spirit for today’s WOD, here’s a little sage wisdom from Greg Everett at Catalyst Athletics regarding stability in the bottom position of your sntach.

“Something I can’t stand is watching lifters with weak or inconsistent bottom positions in the snatch rush out of the squat and drop the bar partway up, even in power snatches (this applies to jerks as well). These same athletes will often also complain about missing big attempts that “felt so easy” because they can’t secure the bar overhead long enough to recover successfully.” -Greg Everett  Get Cozy Down There

Read the rest HERE

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Jan 19, 2010

Posted 19 Jan 2015 in WODS
Make sure you take a moment today, to put your goal on the door!

The beginning of the year is always a great time for new goals. We want to see what you want to accomplish in 2015! 

 

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Jan 17, 2015

Posted 17 Jan 2015 in WODS

Lots of quality work and overhead stability for our big Saturday class!  A full gym is a happy gym!

 

 

Have a wonderful rest of your weekend CFFB Athletes!  And for those of you resting tomorrow, here’s a little podcast to get you in the mood.

 

Sleep and Recovery Methods

– via Barbell Shrugged

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