Geoff from BE STRONG Physio has kindly volunteered his time, offering his knowledge and expertise regarding common injuries we may experience in CrossFit – What they are and how they occur. He will provide guidance towards proactive injury prevention, and some specifics on how to best recover from injuries – Self maintenance, treatments, etc. The session will be followed with a Q&A. KNOWLEDGE is KEY- This session will assist everyone.We encourage everyone to support this session. Be sure to book in via Mindbody. Wednesday 17th August 5:30-6:30pm (This will be in place of the 5:30pm WOD) Please show your support and LIKE BE STRONG Physio Facebook Page.
We are excited to have Danielle join our Coaching team at Coastal CrossFit. Danielle has trained with us at Coastal CrossFit since 2014. Since then, she has benefited first hand from everything CrossFit has to offer and we have benefited from having her in our lives. A huge part of our community, Danielle always supports and brings out the best in every athlete during regular training and competition. Those that know Danielle would agree it is the perfect progression for her to taking on a Coaching role at Coastal CrossFit. We could not be more excited to have Danielle join our Coaching team and know she will change many lives during her coaching journey. Background:Danielle’s words:I am a mother and grandmother and have been working in pre-hospital emergency care for the last 19 years. My husband and I started at Coastal CrossFit several years ago and we have enjoyed building our strength, coordination, agility and speed, and learning lots of new skills along the way.The unexpected bonus has been the life-long friendships and support from the Coastal CrossFit community.I completed the Level 1 CrossFit Trainers course to improve my own movement and fitness and to move into the coaching space. What I have realised and something that gives me great pleasure is seeing a gym member achieve a ‘first’, this maybe their first full range of motion squat, a push-up, a muscle up, a personal best in a WOD or a weightlifting movement. It is amazing to be a part of or contribute to someone’s fitness journey.I enjoy competing in team events and the CrossFit Games Open and have goals to improve my worldwide ranking in the 50+ age group. Every time I enter the gym my goal is to move better and work on things that need improvement, even if I don’t feel like it.I think a really important point for anyone thinking about CrossFit is to understand that you don’t have to be strong and/or fit to join CrossFit, you simply must consistently turn up and the fitness and strength will come. It really is ‘Fitness for life’Throughout my professional career I have met very few people who are still independent into their 80s and 90s, those who were still went to gym and challenged themselves by doing different things.This quote certainly sums it up for me:‘Make time for your health now, or you’ll have to make time for disease later’ Julie Foucher (CrossFit athlete and Medical Doctor) Education and Qualifications:CrossFit Judges Couse – March 2022CrossFit Level 1 Trainer – May 2022Bachelor of Health Science Paramedicine – 2010
We are happy to announce our members and family can experience the benefit of Infrared sauna at Coastal CrossFit. Member pricingCasual- $155 Pass – $6010 Pass – $10020 Pass- $160 Timetable & bookingsBookings available during all class times (20-30 minutes). View this post on Instagram A post shared by Coastal CrossFit (@coastalcrossfit)
EMOM x 30 min: 0-1: Max UB Pull-ups 1-2: Run 200m 2-3: 12 Burpees 3-4: Run 200m 4-5: 12 Burpees *This cycle repeats for 30 minutes. *Your score (assuming completion of each component) is total Pull-ups. *Advanced athletes should consider C2B pull-ups.