Beginning tomorrow, Monday October 7th, CrossFit Beyond will begin offering specialty classes at 7:00PM!
The schedule is listed below:
Mondays - Wendler's Strength
Tuesdays - Mobility with Maria
Wednesdays - Olympic Lifting with Arianna
Fridays - Wendler's Strenth
You will not want to miss out on these classes!
Some additional information about these classes:
**Wendler 5/3/1 Program
Jim Wendler's 5/3/1 powerlifting system is rapidly growing into one of the most popular powerlifting and strength building training routines on the planet. Several years ago, most powerlifters ran the Westside Barbell system. Westside was the gospel, and there was no other. But today, things have changed. A good portion of powerlifters are running Wendler's 5/3/1, or a Westside/Wendler's combination. Westside is still king, but Wendler's 5/3/1 has proven itself very worthy of consideration.
Here’s some information on Wendler's 5/3/1:
- 4 to 5+ Week Mesocycle. A mesocycle of Wendler's 5/3/1 lasts 4 weeks if you train 4 days per week, and 5+ weeks if you train 3 days per week. If you workout three times per week (Monday-Wednesday-Friday), you will rotate between 4 core workouts. If you workout 4 days per week, you will hit each workout once a week on the same training day.
- 4 Core Workouts. Wendler's 5/3/1 consists of 4 core workouts:
Workout A. Squat and assistance work.
Workout B. Bench Press and assistance work.
Workout C. Deadlift and assistance work.
Workout D. Overhead Press and assistance work.
**Mobility helps to resolve pain, prevent pain, and optimize athletic performance. Mobility focuses on classical strength and conditioning movements to predict, prioritize and resolve inefficiencies in movement that lead to loss of performance and injury.
In this sport the main goal is the lifting of the weight itself with flawless execution. It takes great functional strength, power, flexibility, dexterity, concentration, and great lifting technique to be successful at Olympic Weightlifting. In order to be succeed in this activity, an enormous amount of determination and consistency are required. In addition, special attention needs to be given to lifting technique