If we had to pick one thing when it comes to movement in CrossFit that would positively impact the most amount of athletes it would be the squat. We’re not saying that...
P.S. on a hormonal level, your body doesn’t know the difference.
Most of us have heard the term “fight or flight response”, which refers to our body’s automatic ability to prime itself for action in situations that it deems life threatening. The fight or flight response is ruled by our sympathetic nervous system.
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You can refer to our previous post from a while back here (The 307 Program) that describes our process for how we craft the program you do each day. This post is expanding on that post and describing some changes we are making and why.
Why do we deload? To build, grow, adapt, recover and prepare.
In all traditional strength programs, skill acquisitions, sport specific training or any fitness venture for that matter, exists what is commonly referred to as a Deload. This is a short period of time in which an athlete intentionally lowers volume, intensity or loading in their program with the intention of increasing strength and progress in the long term.
One of the great aspects of CrossFit is the amount of time you save being able to "show up and go" without giving a thought to what workout you're going to do. You would have to spend time thinking about: