Courses are open to individuals and trainers at all stages of development. The Level 1 Certificate Course serves as the cornerstone for CrossFit methodology and movement, and the Level 2 Certificate Course is dedicated to improving a trainer's ability to coach others. Online and Specialty courses provide avenues for continuing education and exploring specific topics in more detail.
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The Level 1 Certificate Course is an introduction to CrossFit's methodology and foundational movements.
The Level 2 Certificate Course is an intermediate-level seminar that builds on the concepts and movements introduced at the Level 1 certificate course.
The Anatomy Course provides information on the basic movements and an overview of the structure and mechanics of the human body.
This online educational and assessment module is designed to challenge and support the ability to judge human movement in real time. This course is required for participants who wish to judge at Regionals and the CrossFit Games.
The Scaling Course reinforces the skills a CrossFit trainer will use when modifying workouts for their athletes.
Develop the ability to analyze commonly used movements from the weightlifting, gymnastics and monostructural modalities.
The purpose of this course is to learn specific methods for teaching CrossFit to children and adolescents. Participants learn techniques to overcome the unique challenges of teaching kids CrossFit methodology, as well as how a CrossFit Kids program can hel
This course is designed for athletes, and the coaches of athletes of any skill level, interested in competing in fitness competitions - be it local competitions or official CrossFit competitions such as the Open, Regionals, or the CrossFit Games.
Adaptations are a part of life. Our survivability relies on our ability to adapt to change. To achieve new levels of performance, we have to adapt to the constantly varied functional movements we use every day - in the gym and in life.
The Aerobic Capacity Course is appropriate for all CrossFit populations ranging from the day-to-day CrossFitter to the competitive CrossFit athlete looking to create a more robust and efficient aerobic system. Coach Chris Hinshaw details how he integrates
A key theme to the CrossFit methodology is that it prepares us physically for the "unknown and unknowable." The SPEAR: Science of Self-Defense course bridges the gap between attaining a physical "ready state" and personal safety.
The field, the court, and the arena are the proving grounds of sport-specific athletes. Training is an athlete's vessel to game-day performance, and an athlete will never rise to the occasion - he or she will fall to the level of training.
This interactive two-day course covers basic, intermediate and advanced gymnastics movements in a lecture setting, with practical application following as participants and coaches perform all presented movements. Skills are repeated until the student has a
This is an extension of the CrossFit Gymnastics Trainer Course and bridges the gap from training to sport. It is grounded in prerequisite strength, safe coaching and technique to produce powerful movement and efficiency in skill work.
This course is open to anyone interested in maximizing personal performance and acquiring the skills to be a proficient kettlebell instructor. Participants learn how to effectively teach kettlebell exercises, quickly assess and correct common errors, and s
The seminar educates officers on the application of CrossFit for the law-enforcement profession. Attendees will learn how law-enforcement departments across the nation have successfully implemented a CrossFit training program in their academies and in-serv
The purpose of this course is to learn specific methods for teaching CrossFit to adults 40 years of age and beyond.
Running is not just about aerobic training. Rowing does not replace running! The musculoskeletal load from running is an essential component to training our bodies to adapt to external forces.
This course is for the athlete and trainer interested in learning the methods used by Louie Simmons of Westside Barbell and incorporating them into training.
This course gives participants the opportunity to maximize skill and familiarity with rowing on a Concept2 ergometer, an important component of many CrossFit workouts.
This course gives participants the opportunity to spend two days maximizing skill and familiarity with rowing, an important component of many CrossFit workouts.
The Striking Course teaches participants how to increase overall fitness, core strength, and rotational speed and power by incorporating striking drills into CrossFit workouts.
This one-day course is for athletes and coaches who want become more proficient with strongman movements. The typical strongman competition consists of five events in one day, and each event is less than 60 seconds.
Two days are spent detailing each lift (snatch on Day 1, clean and jerk on Day 2). The focus is on participants experiencing the basic positions and learning the foundational teaching points for instructing others to achieve them.
The CrossFit Specialty Course: Weightlifting Level 2 builds on the fundamental principles that are explored in the CrossFit Weightlifting Specialty Course.
O Curso de Adaptação reforça as habilidades que um treinador de CrossFit irá usar quando estiver modificando treinos para seus atletas.
El Curso de Escalamiento refuerza las habilidades que un(a) entrenador(a) de CrossFit utilizarÃ¡ al modificar los entrenamientos para sus atletas.
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