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Tuesday, Thursday 530 am, 6 am, 10 am, 11 am, 12 pm, 5 pm, 6 pm, 7 pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday 530 am, 6 am, 9 am, 10 am, 11 am, 12 pm, 5 pm, 6 pm, 7 pm * 10 am Open Gym MWF Saturday Workout of the Day 10:00 am Complimentary Introductory Class at 9:30 am Fayetteville Weightlifting Club Saturdays 12-2 CrossFit Kids Tuesday & Thursday @ 4:15 pm
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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...

Robert “Bob” Kelly – May you Rest in Peace

Posted 18 Apr 2014 in WODS

It is with a heavy heart we have to say goodbye to one of our members. Robert Kelly, aka Bob, was killed earlier this week in a vehicle accident and it goes without saying he will be deeply missed.

We strongly encourage our members to attend the memorial service tomorrow, Saturday, April 19 at Bridges-Cameron Funeral Home in Sanford, NC. CLICK HERE for more details.

We will be planning on a Bob Memorial WOD for Saturday, April 27. More details to come so stay tuned.

Dealing with Inflammation and How to Rid Your Body of It

Posted 17 Apr 2014 in WODS

In the body, to ‘inflame’ is to swell or agitate. Everything from a sun burn, knocking your big toe against the bed, to arriving at work to a boss chewing your head off results in inflammation. Taking your body out of its equilibrium and homeostatic environment will inflict inflammation.  The body uses inflammation as a way to correct and heal imbalances.

The same rings true for the inside of our bodies. Health and Wellness is spoken about on a daily basis at our gym and what we use for Fuel is essential to each and everyone’s success.

I found this article and figured we could all benefit from reading it. Click HERE to visit the Eat To Perform article and please leave any feedback you might have. Also know that the owners of CrossFit Fort Bragg are one of your best resources for anything related to health and wellness as well as many other things related to CrossFit. Please use them and HAPPY CROSSFITTING. :)

 

 

Be Your Own Body Guard

Posted 16 Apr 2014 in WODS

Happy Wednesday CrossFit Fort Bragg. Let’s get back to a little self defense brought to you by the one and only Tony Blauer. Click on the image below for a sweet video on how to rock someone’s world.

 

CrossFit Endurance – Pose Running: Lean and Pull

Posted 10 Apr 2014 in WODS

Happy Thursday CFFB. I know we have a few runners in the crowd and there are several upcoming 5k/10k and half marathon races coming up so enjoy this article and video from CrossFit Endurance about the Pose Running Drills: Lean and Pull.

“The human body is no different than a wheel and must function by the same laws of physics.”

To get the body trained in this manner, MacKenzie runs a group of athletes through a series of drills at CrossFit HQ in Scotts Valley, Calif. The first uses sets of hops and then “leaning hops” to help the athletes understand gravity’s role in running. Another drill involves leaning forward and focusing on quickly pulling the heel underneath the hip after the trailing leg leaves the ground.

“So every single person—whether they run well or they run like shit—is gonna essentially get to the same position, which is where that foot’s underneath your hip and you’ve got one foot underneath your general center of mass,” MacKenzie explains.

The goal is to create positions that maximize efficiency and prevent heel striking, which translates into hitting the brakes.

“The drill’s purpose is to get you to rewire and understand exactly where you should be pulling to,” MacKenzie says.

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Developing the Handstand – with Camille

Posted 07 Apr 2014 in WODS

So, you have been CrossFitting for a few months and you wonder why in the heck you can’t do certain movements efficiently or as well as you had hoped by now. What do you think is the problem? Fear, immobility, not understanding the movement?? Whatever it may be, there are resources out there for you on the world wide web, but your best resources are the coaches here at CFFB.

One movement that can take a mental toll on new athletes is the handstand. Getting upside down is a real fear for some people and we want to address that fear.

Below is a video that may help you understand a bit more how your shoulders, hips and core need to be placed for a proper handstand. OBVIOUSLY, ask your coaches for any help with this movement and work your way up through scaling.

Happy CrossFitting.

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Should You Consume Caffeine Before a Workout?

Posted 03 Apr 2014 in WODS

Happy Thursday CrossFit Fort Bragg and all my Fellow Coffee Drinkers!

If you didn’t see our article we posted on Facebook from Mark’s Daily Apple the other day, please check it out. It discusses the whole “should I drink coffee?” “is it bad for me as an athlete?”

CLICK HERE to read the article.

And remember we have Relentless Roasters, aka Nature’s Pre-Workout, at the gym.

Mention this post and you will receive 50% off of a single cup of coffee today or tomorrow. (4/3-4/4)

Happy CrossFitting.

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