NEW YOU CHALLENGE
Some of you have asked about some advertising you have seen lately for a 6-week challenge running here at the Cove (it was on FB this week and some of you may have seen it in your feeds). To give you a bit of background, we are doing a program with Tommy Hackenbruck from Ute CrossFit called the “New You Challenge”. Geo brought this program to our attention a while back and we thought it would be interesting to do as a trial here at the Cove. It’s a 6 week challenge meant to reach out to non-crossfitters to get them into the fold for 6 weeks (along with a nutrition plan).
It’s really a ‘couch to crossfit’ program for women (sorry fellas, women only!) who want to make a change but may have been intimidated. The “New You” team has done this at several CrossFits around the country and we wanted to test it out here at the Cove. The current expectation is to start these classes on the week of April 18th and they will run as separate classes. The plan is to have 3 sets of the New You Challenge classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 AM, 1 PM, and 7 PM. So, while they will be there while regular classes are running, they will be following more introductory programming and have a separate Coach.
BUT, they will be part of this community! Please continue to be as warm and welcoming as you are to our new full time members. It is the people that make this place so great and we want them to rub shoulders with as many of you as possible!
Lastly, if you have any questions about it or have someone you think might be interested, let us know and we can reach out to them directly!
1 Minute of Sit ups2 Minutes of Power Snatch3 Minutes of Double Unders Rest 2 Minutes 1 Minute of Double Unders2 Minutes of Sit ups3 Minutes of Power Snatch Rest 2 Minutes 1 Minute of Power Snatch2 Minutes of Double Unders3 Minutes of Sit-ups Score Doubles, Power Snatch and sit ups total reps seperatlyDoubles= 305Sit ups= 84Snatches= 70 Fitness 45/35RX and RX+:75/55Coach’s Tip: Essentially you have 6 minutes with each movement. Attack each movment. You have 2 minutes of built in rest so push on each segment. Your forearms will be exhausted so make sure you hook grip.]]>