Welcome to CrossFit RITE!





 
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Tired of the same old fitness routine? Ready to see results you never thought possible? Then CrossFit RITE is for you. We are not your typical fitness facility. Each class incorporates a variety of training methods such as weightlifting, gymnastics, rowing, running, and so much more. We use top athletic training techniques via a broad range of equipment in order to provide you with maximum results.

The end result is total body fitness. The CrossFit program is designed for universal scalability, making it the perfect choice for any individual regardless of experience or age. By simply modifying the load and intensity, anyone can participate. Also, one of best parts of CrossFit is the friendly and supportive environment. At CrossFit RITE we’re a family, committed to helping each other succeed. So come give us a try.

If you’re new, then start with one of our beginner classes, CrossFit Fundamentals. These classes are less intense that the regular classes and offer extra instruction on the various CrossFit methods. Your first class is free for new members, so you have nothing to lose!

Remember, anyone can CrossFit...especially you! Let’s get started!



Workout Of The Day

07.24.14

DeadLift: After 2 or 3 warm-up sets, perform 5 reps at 65% TM, 5 reps at 75% TM, 5+ reps at 85% TM.  3 min rest between working sets.  The last set is for max unbroken reps.  Record final weight and reps.

* Increase your max from last cycle.  Read the FAQ at the bottom of the 6/23 post to determine how

* If you chose to end the Summer of Strength programming after the last cycle, I recommend working on cleans.

WOD - 21 Minute EMOM.  Continue to cycle through for a total of 21 minutes:
First minute: 5 Deadlifts (275/185)
Second minute: 10 Box jumps (30/24 – higher than usual).  Jump up, you may step down.
Third Minute: 20 Sit-ups

Focus on perfect form.  If you fall behind, continue to switch on the minute and get as many reps as you can.  For scoring, give yourself a “yes” if you kept up with the clock and a “no” if you did not.  Your goal is to get a yes…scale the weight/height if appropriate!