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Free Introduction to CrossFit Endurance

February 9, 2010

Are you a dedicated CrossFitter and Endurance athlete?

While CrossFit may not be your sport, you’ve seen the benefits of this training modality in your level of fitness and ability to perform. As the competitive endurance season approaches are you thinking “I don’t want to lose what I’ve gained in the gym when I go to train for my specific sport (which is more often than not a lot of long slow distance or oxidative training)!”

You may have experienced some time away from CrossFit and realized how much it does make a difference and how hard it can be when coming back in the doors to hit a WOD at the same pace you once did.

We have a number of amazing athletes that come and workout at CrossFit Cache Valley. While everyone comes to the box for different reasons there are many of us who train to compete in other sports like biathlons, triathlons, cycling, running 5k, 10k, half or full marathons, ragnar and other similar distance spots or events. Are you thinking “How do I keep CrossFiting and still get the sport specific training I need?” We have the answer!!

Saturday February 13th at 8:00 am at CrossFit Cache Valley we will be answering just that question. We will discuss topics like the skill of your sport, CrossFit is the foundation of, not a supplement to my training, dialing in training that works for you, blending CrossFit and CrossFit Endurance training into your schedule and trusting in your training.

Paul Whitteker, a member of CrossFit Cache Valley and a CrossFit Endurance Certified Coach will be discussing these and other topics as they relate to CrossFit Endurance and how CrossFit and CrossFit Endurance can prepare you to compete at your best without hours of training.

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