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16
Jan

Magic Man

CrossFit Conshohocken – CrossFit Let’s get moving on a sunday to sweat out saturday night and prep for another week of work! View Public Whiteboard Metcon (Calories) “Magic Man” 3:00 Work, 3:00 Rest x 4 Rounds 15 Wall Balls (20/14) 10 Single arm Devils Press (50/35) 2 Rope Climbs Max Bike Calories in remaining time
15
Jan

1/16/2020

CrossFit Conshohocken – CrossFit On the surface this looks like a lot of pulling, so be efficient in your movement patterns. Rely on your leg drive vs your pull in the row, focus on engaging your hamstrings and hinging on the deads. When it comes to pull-ups, this should be cardio, use a solid kip or jumping pull-ups to keep the heart rate up and be less reliant on pulling. View Public Whiteboard Crimson Tide...
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4
Jan

2021 Winter Nutrition Challenge

Winter 2021 CrossFit Conshohocken Nutrition Challenge This seasons nutrition challenge is set to kickoff, and we are excited to get you involved!  Using a completely different approach than in previous years, we aim to deliver results and create sustainable habits for you over the next 30 days.  As a thank you for staying with us throughout the restrictions and uncertain times that we faced in 2020, this challenge is offered to you, FREE of charge. ...
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12
Nov

3 Ways to Improve Your Shoulder Health

by Steve Maze, DPT Throughout the course of your training, your shoulders are going to take quite a beating. I mean when you think about it, nearly every movement and exercise involve your shoulders in some capacity. Snatches, cleans, jerks, push-press, thrusters, overhead squats, front squats, and even deadlifts. Then there is all of the push-ups, pull-ups, muscle-ups, dips, rope climbs, inverted rows, handstand push-ups, and kettlebell swings. Even the friggin’ Erg and Bike require your arms. Therefore, I think we can agree...
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28
Oct

What Can “PT” Do For You?

By Steve Maze, DPT Often when we hear “Physical Therapy” our thought is “what you do aftersurgery” or where you go after a major injury like a broken arm or tornligament. At least that’s what I used to think… And not too long ago, that pretty much was what it was. However, over the past decade or, Physical Therapy has branched out of theclinic and immersed itself into the world of health, fitness, andperformance. In...
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