FITNESS

 
 

OBJECTIVES

At CrossFit Sea Level, training for fitness means training for longevity, health and increased physical capacity. From a medical standpoint, this means getting our health markers such as, blood pressure, HDL/LDL levels, triglycerides etc. to healthy levels and sustaining them. From a practical standpoint we want to prepare ourselves for the rigors of everyday life such as walking, running, jumping and climbing stairs. We also train to be prepared for the physical challenges that life could present us such as a hike up the Stawamus Chief, a basketball game with our kids, moving heavy furniture or a bad fall/car accident.

INSIDE THE GYM

If your goal is to improve your fitness, we recommend attending classes at CrossFit Sea Level 5-6 days a week. For beginners and those with busier lifestyles, we recommend making it into class 3-4 times a week.

RATE OF PROGRESS

Most new and consistent athletes will quickly improve their movement quality and work capacity and eventually find that their progress in gymnastics, weightlifting and endurance stalls as more and more time elapses between establishing new personal bests. We encourage you to think of your athletic progress as ‘a slow trajectory towards a distant horizon’. Slow progress still implies improved fitness and will give you longevity.

If you wish to make accelerated progress towards certain movements (such as pull-ups, muscle ups, squat cleans, etc.), it could require extra time and effort outside of class. For this purpose we have created the performance track.

NUTRITION

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SLEEP

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NUTRITION

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SLEEP

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