Working out with 60 friends!

Welcome to CrossFit Davis!

 

CrossFit Davis is a community of individuals dedicated to living better and being healthy, we work hard and have fun. We believe in eating, exercising and living with a purpose. The heart and soul of CrossFit Davis are the people in it. We learn and grow with each other through hard work and determination. It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned athlete or haven’t worked out in years, we believe you will benefit from the experience you have here. You will learn new skills, perfect old ones and find a part of yourself you never knew you had, and best of all you’ll have fun doing it! So take a look around the site to see what the CrossFit Davis community has to offer and contact us or stop by if you have any questions!


Blog
  • July 28, 2016

     

    WOD

    EMOM for 10 Minutes

    1 Squat Clean

    Work up to a moderate to strong effort squat clean.   Start by working through the movement with an empty bar bell and practice catching the bar with your elbows high and chest up.  As you get comfortable with the movement ride the bar down into the bottom of your squat and then stand up. After you have warmed up to a light to moderate weight perform 1 repetition every minute for 10 minutes. Increase only if you are successful with the mechanics of the lift and consistent with every repetition.
    WOD
    for time

    21-18-15-12-9-6-3
    Sumo Deadlift High Pull 95/65 lb
    Front Squat 95/65 lb

    Workout notes: Today’s workout focuses on light bar bell movements! The sumo deadlift high pull is one the the foundational movements in CrossFit that we use as skill transfer practice for the second pull in the clean.  Practice creating vertical drive by quickly and explosively opening your hips as the bar passes the knees. The suggested front squat weight is light so move quickly but don’t short the range of motion! Your hip crease should fall below the knee and you should be standing fully upright and the end rage of the rep. Make your best effort to keep your torso upright during each rep.

     

     


Instagram Feed

crossfitkids.comCrossFit Journal: The Performance-Based Lifestyle Resource