Wednesday, 3.1.17

Marsha Wills

There are a number of functional movements in CrossFit that require a great deal of coordination. Some of these movements, like double unders and toes to bar in today’s workout, require the ability to string a few different movement patterns and repetitions together. It is sometimes easy to look at genetics or general clumsiness as the reason that we may not pick up on these movement quite as fast. However, these high-skill movements develop as a result of the repeated attempt to improve performance in each particular skill. In other words, practice. While some do pick up on these movements faster than others, it is most likely a result of exposure to similar movement patterns earlier in life. The coaching staff is here to provide you with the best possible progressions for you to help you realize proficiency in these movements.

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