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Training the Perfect Beast

May 11, 2010

“With CrossFit Endurance you need to be doing CrossFit 4-6 times per week.  From an injury prevention standpoint that is the most amazing thing to do first. When you get someone CrossFiting and you’ve got them doing good technique and they’re getting strong.  If they’re CrossFiting correctly they’re getting rid of all kinds of muscle imbalances and they’re getting stronger in their glutes.  As CrossFitters, almost everything we do makes our glutes stronger.”

“Once you start getting that strength where it should be, then running becomes easier. It becomes safer. Not only that but you will continue to become stronger.  The stronger you are the better runner you will be, the more injury free you’re going to be, the faster your going to be and you’re going to be able to run longer.  CrossFiting first gives you those skills.  Then you use CrossFit Endurance as a supplement and because you have been doing CrossFit you have a good framework and foundation for success.  This is why CrossFit Endurance is so brilliant, because we’re CrossFiting first; Training a perfect beats, and then we’re going to go send them out into the woods to run.” – Piper Denlringer (CrossFit Endurance Coach)

Training a Perfect Beast” with Brian Mackenzie and Piper Denlringer, a CrossFit Journal preview video [wmv] [mov]

If you need help putting together an endurance program with your CrossFit program, I can help you do that.  All you need is a goal and a little time that we can sit and discuss your training.  Wondering if this program is for you, check out what people have said about this program.

“The will to excel and the will to win, they endure. They are more important than any events that occasion them.” -Vince Lombardi

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