CrossFit Specialty Course: Adaptive Training
The CrossFit Specialty Course: Adaptive Training is an interactive single-day course designed to teach trainers and athletes how to make CrossFit accessible to impaired athletes. Participants will learn how to train athletes with a wide range of impairments, from non-permanent (trauma, injury or illness) to permanent (congenital disorders, combat trauma, automobile accidents, etc.)
Through lecture and hands-on practical sessions, participants will learn about adaptive training theory and methods, as well as specific strategies for adapting individual movements and entire workouts. Participants will learn how to develop a single-day class plan (including warm-ups, progressions and cool-downs), practice programming multiple training days, and develop a long-term training plan for impaired athletes (from temporarily impaired to permanently adaptive).
Attendees will receive access to additional training resources and education, and the seminar staff and adaptive community will provide ongoing support.
*This course will focus on physical impairments and their subsequent limitations. Intellectual, developmental, and psychosocial impairments will be discussed but training methods will not be practiced.
To Register visit: https://crossfit.regfox.com/seattleadaptiveapril2019
CrossFit Level 2 Certificate Course
– CrossFit Level 1 Trainer Certificate (CF-L1) or higher credential
– At least six months of experience training individuals and groups using CrossFit methods.
– Complete the following Online Courses
Spot the Flaw Course.
Lesson Planning Course.
THE LEVEL 2 CERTIFICATE COURSE IS AN INTERMEDIATE-LEVEL SEMINAR THAT BUILDS ON THE CONCEPTS AND MOVEMENTS INTRODUCED AT THE LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE COURSE.
This course is ideally suited for any CrossFit trainer serious about delivering quality coaching. Students enhance their understanding of the CrossFit methodology, program design and implementation, and they advance their skills while coaching others in movements and workouts. Students need to come prepared to be heavily engaged; each leads individual and small-group training sessions, and classroom sessions are discussion-based. Peers and instructors provide feedback and evaluation.
To Register visit: https://crossfit.regfox.com/seattlel2april2019
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CrossFit Level 1 Certificate Course
THE LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE COURSE IS AN INTRODUCTION TO CROSSFIT’S METHODOLOGY AND FOUNDATIONAL MOVEMENTS.
The Level 1 provides introductory education on the fundamental principles and movements of CrossFit. It is structured to meet two goals:
1. Provide attendees with the knowledge to better use CrossFit methods for themselves; and
2. Provide attendees with an initial and foundational education to begin training others using CrossFit.
The course includes classroom instruction on these topics, as well as hands-on small-group training for the movements. These group sessions are conducted under low intensity with a focus on improving mechanics. Participants’ movements are observed and corrected, and they engage in dialogue concerning effective coaching techniques. Large-group CrossFit workouts are conducted as an example of bridging the gap from theory to practice. These workouts provide examples of how to:
Conduct a class.
Hold a standard of proper mechanics at high intensity.
Achieve relative high levels of intensity for each individual.
Scale for any ability level.
To register visit: https://crossfit.regfox.com/seattlemay2019
CrossFit Specialty Course: Masters
The purpose of this course is to learn specific methods for teaching CrossFit to adults 40 years of age and beyond. Participants learn how to assess the training needs of masters athletes, whether they’re training for wellness or competition, and adapt the CrossFit program accordingly. The effects of aging are explained in detail, with a view to understanding the difference between sedentary aging, which leads to a myriad of negative life outcomes, and active aging, which can be associated with greater longevity and quality of life. Masters athletes are an ever-growing part of the CrossFit community and can be challenging to coach, particularly for the trainer with limited experience with older athletes.
This course presents a practical method for applying the CrossFit methodology to a masters athlete and takes into account how age, fitness, injury state and competitive orientation interact to create different coaching challenges and scenarios. Masters competition is becoming increasingly popular, and regardless of whether the participant is an athlete or the coach of an athlete, the course provides essential information for understanding the demands of masters competition and how to program and train for optimal performance while minimizing age-related risks. Participants should come prepared to participate in lectures, small-group training sessions and workouts. Peers and instructors provide coaching, evaluation and feedback in interactive lectures and group work.
To register visit: https://crossfit.regfox.com/seattlemastersmay2019
CrossFit Workshop: Flexibility
This immersive, one-day workshop covers multiple styles and strategies of flexibility training in both lecture and practical-application settings. Hands-on practice time and practical programming information will be provided for all techniques. Participants will be taught to use functional movements to guide their flexibility training and to develop strategies for improving specific movements.
To register visit: https://crossfit.regfox.com/seattleflexjune2019
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