What is PowerFitness?

Power-Fitness is taught by a certified CrossFit instructor and delivers an intense 60-minute workout by incorporating varying functional movements, coached Olympic and power-lifting techniques,pull-ups, push-ups, jumps and metabolic conditioning.

Understanding CrossFit
CrossFit is a strenght and conditioning system built on constantly varied functional movements executed at high intensity. The AIM of CrossFit… to be ready for anything generally speaking. CrossFit defines their aim as a method to “forge a broad, general, and inclusive fitness.” * In order to do this the CrossFit PRESCRIPTION is defined as “constantly varied, high-intensity, functional movement”. To break this down a little further… constantly varied means the movements are often different, high-intensity means exactly what is sounds like… the movements are done at a very ‘high-intensity’, and function movement means movements that are performed from core to extremity (multi-joint compound movements).

What we do
Simply stated we move our bodies and weight as efficiently and quickly as possible. Take a look at the blog page and you’ll see that the workouts are different each day. In a given workout cycle we incorporate metabolic conditioning, body weight movements, barbell movements, Olympic lifts, and gymnastic movements. These movements are then pieced together to create the workout of the day (or WOD).

Achieving your goals
Whatever your goal may be, we want to help you. Many of our members are on special programming. This ranges from improving core strength to building overall strength. Let us know what your goals are, and we will help set up workouts that are right for you!

If you have any questions, just ask us! riceucrossfit@gmail.com

We have applied with CrossFit headquarters to become officially affiliated with CrossFit… stay tuned!

* CrossFit.com


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