New Classes @ COMPLETE
45 minute class on Monday/Wednesday @ 430pm beginning in Mid May
GOALS of M & M
Look good, feel good, perform well
Build muscle and improve body composition.
Improve movement and mobility
Build muscle strength/stamina
Build aerobic conditioning
What to expect in a class
Goal of moving from start to finish, no lengthy talks, strategy, or detailed progressions
Workouts are not scored like a CrossFit WOD and are less intense, instead we moving for quality, chasing the BURN/MUSCLE pump, and focusing on mobility and building strength/muscle stamina
Light to moderate loads moved with tempo and intention. No maxes or super heavy lifting (think sets of 6-15 reps).
A mix of strength focused movements(think Squats and Presses), muscle building movements, (think Curls and DB Rows) Bulletproof/Core strength (think Farmers Carry, Banded exercises and sled pulls) AND steady, low impact cardio (Bike - Ski - Row)
How is this different from CrossFit classes?
No High level skills like Handstand Push-ups, Toes to bar, Clean, Snatch, etc and more muscle-building movements
We keep it simple to focus on constant movement, chasing down the burn, and the building of mobility + strength/muscle stamina
Easier on the body - Lower impact/intensity and steady pace - limited jumping and explosive based movements and no sprinting
Workouts are NOT SCORED
Who would M & M be best for?
those who have NO INTEREST in developing advanced CrossFit skills like handstand walking, olympic lifting, rope climbs etc BUT simply want to move, sweat, and keep it simple!
those that prefer to move at a slower/steadier, less intense pace for training
1st and 3rd Sunday of each month @ 1030am
This 45 minute class will combine low impact, aerobic intervals of Rowing, biking, skiing, running, jump rope, sled walking, etc with active stretching + mobility.
Our focus is to listen to some great music, improve our cardio/aerobic conditioning, and actively recover for the week of training to come.
The goal is to sweat and feel refreshed after this session each time.