WOD 11 July 2013

11 Jul

Photo 09-07-2013 07 51 25Level 2

Power snatch 2-2-2-2-2-2-2

Dips 5-5-5

15 minute ladder for quality, of:
1 wall walk
3 strict toes to bar
20 air squats
*on round two the wall walk goes up to 2, round three up to 3 etc.

Level 3

3 power snatch 1 snatch balance x 6 (50-60%)

Ring dips – 3 sets of ME (1 min rest)

15 minute ladder for quality, of:
1 wall walk
3 strict toes to bar
20 air squats
*on round two the wall walk goes up to 2, round three up to 3 etc.

Giles Greenwood Masterclass

I first trained with Giles about 3 years ago at Bethnal Green Weightlifting Club. I found his methods incredibly useful in helping me as I was first starting to ‘work out’ what the lifts were all about.

A few years later I attended the CrossFit Olympic Lifting certification and got to meet and be coached by Sage Burgener – again I loved the Burgener methods and walked away having seen the light, ready to tackle the problems surrounding my lifts.

In May, a few of the CrossFit London team headed over to Wales for a Don McCauley seminar – again this was a real eye opener and once again helped cement how I approached my Olympic lifting, both lifting and coaching.

All three coaches have different approaches and my time spent with them felt incredibly useful. What I have come to realise is that no matter what approach you employ there is nothing more valuable than being observed and coached by an experienced lifter and if you get the chance gain as much exposure to successful athletes and coaches as you can. Your lifting will undoubtedly benefit.

I therefore recommend that you take advantage of the Commonwealth Games gold medalist Giles Greenwood’s masterclass here at Vauxhall’s CrossFit SE11 in a few weeks time on Sunday 28th September 2013. Head over to the ‘Workshops and Seminars’ section of the booking page and reserve your place.

Links & News

The Top 20 Fittest Bodies of CrossFit. I think I might have just missed out on this list, until next year perhaps.

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