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What’s Going On With CrossFit Full Circle Programming?

By Coach Jason Struck Since 2016, Full Circle has experimented with a few approaches to programming the Workout of the Day (WOD). In the early part of the year, we were following the same basic template we have been utilizing pretty continuously since maybe 2012. It served us well as far as balancing the basic demands of CrossFit programming with regular and productive strength training. However, it also meant that each week had certain patterns to it, and some clients were either always missing certain types of training on days they consistently couldn’t attend, or frankly people just didn’t like how predictable certain aspects of the training had become. So we switched it up! Greg, Matt, and I worked together to come up with a new template that met our ongoing needs training wise: regular strength and skill work, development of the energy systems, and more variety, which we all felt was a lot of fun from the client perspective. However, there were drawbacks to that as well. When 2017 rolled around, it afforded me the opportunity to fix some of those drawbacks, while keeping things that were really working for everyone and to apply some of the feedback I had been getting about programming. Before I delve into an explanation of why some things are the way they are today, I think it’s relevant to quickly explain what CrossFit is, and how Full Circle intends to uphold those CrossFit principles in a way most beneficial to our clients. Then with that in mind, I think most readers can understand where I am coming from. What is CrossFit? CrossFit...

Goodbye to Coach Matt

By Coach Jason Struck  It is with a considerable breadth of emotion that CrossFit Full Circle, and James and I specifically, say goodbye to Matt Bahen. Only a few weeks ago, Matt approached us with the firm commitment that he was ready to move on in the next phase of his life, and that didn’t include being an owner of Full Circle Fitness. We recognize that this message comes quite late, as it corresponds to the last day that he will coach a class with us, and for that we deeply apologize. No party wanted to make any statements until it was clearly decided how his departure would be handled. And that agreement was not finalized until yesterday. So, after 6 years as an owner, 8 years as a member, and countless hundreds of WODs, Matt moves on. He’s looking forward to spending more time with his family, and the freedom that not being a small business owner often provides. He will be competing on January 29th with Mike C. as part of a Master’s team at the SuperFit Championships here in Richmond, and training with us on Saturdays up until then to continue getting ready. We hope you’ll consider going to the event to support him and cheer on our whole crew (currently 8 people, and possibly more...

Refusing to Sit on the Sidelines – Adaptive CrossFitting

By Sarah Gilbert Growing up, I was always into sports. My passion was in sports, and my identity was in my athleticism. Then at the age of 12, I was diagnosed with scoliosis (curvature of the spine), and when I was 13, I was paralyzed by the very surgery that was supposed to fix me. The thing that hurt the most wasn’t the fact that I was paralyzed; it was knowing that I would never be able to play sports again. It was knowing that I was being forced to sit on the sidelines. For years I knew nothing about adaptive sports, and I assumed that the only exercise for paraplegics was doing physical therapy. Now, here I am, more than 12 years later, and I have played wheelchair basketball, I have done a triathlon, I have skied, I have played lacrosse, I have rowed. I have done so many things that only a few years ago I never thought were possible. I told myself that I would try anything at least once. But after doing all of these things, I still wasn’t fulfilled. I wasn’t being pushed to my full potential. I didn’t feel like I was making any gains in personal strength or endurance. First Sarah (@seg1028) crushed a new back extension set up to solidify that trunk stability. Then she rocked a hang clean + pull up couplet. Another #BetterThanYesterday session. #CrossFit #AdaptiveAthlete #InciteYourRiot A video posted by Matt Bahen (@vmidiver) on Aug 31, 2016 at 6:25pm PDT This past April, I was introduced to adaptive CrossFit through a good friend of mine who I knew...


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