1. Aerobic Capacity (Cardio-vascular/respiratory capacity) 2. Body Composition (Ratio of body fat to lean body mass) 3. Muscle Strength 4. Muscle Endurance.

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Slide 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 1. Aerobic Capacity (Cardio-vascular/respiratory capacity) 2. Body Composition (Ratio of body fat to lean body mass) 3. Muscle Strength 4. Muscle Endurance 5. Muscle Flexibility Slide 4 highest amount of oxygen consumed during maximal exercise in activities that use the large muscle groups in the legs or arms and legs combined. http://www.plu.edu/~chasega/terms.html Oxygen Only Please! Slide 5 The amount of fat in the body compared to the amount of lean mass http://www.functional-fitness-facts.com/5- components-of-physical-fitness.html Slide 6 The amount of force a muscle or group of muscles can exert against a heavy resistance http://www.functional-fitness-facts.com/5-components-of- physical-fitness.html Slide 7 The ability for a muscle or group of muscles to repeat a movement many times or hold a position for an extended length of time http://www.functional-fitness-facts.com/5-components-of- physical-fitness.html Slide 8 The degree at which a single muscle can lengthen http://www.functional-fitness- facts.com/5-components-of-physical- fitness.html Slide 9 The answer is CrossFit Crossfit incorporates all 5 dimensions plus more Slide 10 The Sport of Fitness A core Strength and Conditioning Program developed to enhance an individuals competency at all physical tasks (Training Guide) Slide 11 Cardiovascular Respiratory endurance Stamina Strength Flexibility Power Speed Coordination Agility Balance Accuracy Slide 12 Consistently Varied Consistently Varied Functional Movements Functional Movements High intensity High intensity Using movements we do everyday, just like the cavemen Check out these links Slide 13 Kids CrossFit Teen CrossFit CrossFit Light Regular Hopefully in the Future Physical Education Classes and School Teams Slide 14 Workout Of The Day 1. warm-up 2. a skill development 3. the high-intensity WOD 4. period of individual or group stretching Slide 15 constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement What other program can go almost 3 years without doing the same workout twice Another new WOD today! YAY! Slide 16 Airsquat Front squat Over the head squat Deadlift sumo-deadlift to high pull Shoulder press Push press Push jerk Medicine ball clean Split Jerk Slide 17 Use your hips!!!! Dont Be That Guy Slide 18 1. For Time 2. AMRAP 3. Every Minute On The Minute Whats Your Excuse? Slide 19 Warmup: Burgener Warmup Shoulder Mobility Burgener Warmup Strength: Find 1RM on Clean & Jerk WOD: 10 Minute AMRAP: 5 Ring Pushups 20 Double Unders Cool Down: 400M Walk and Foam Roll Lifting something from ground to over your head That looks like all the concepts in one workout Slide 20 1 st Step: Find an Affiliate (CrossFit Gym) 2 nd Step: Set up your On Ramp Coarse Slide 21 3 rd Step: Complete 4 On Ramp Coarses 4 th and Last Step: Go CrossFit in group classes Slide 22 http://www.functional-fitness-facts.com/5- components-of-physical-fitness.html http://www.functional-fitness-facts.com/5- components-of-physical-fitness.html http://www.plu.edu/~chasega/terms.html http://www.plu.edu/~chasega/terms.html http://library.crossfit.com/free/pdf/CFJ_Sem inars_TrainingGuide_REV122011.pdf http://library.crossfit.com/free/pdf/CFJ_Sem inars_TrainingGuide_REV122011.pdf http://crossfitwaco.com/blog2/wp- content/uploads/2009/10/9- Movements.pdf http://crossfitwaco.com/blog2/wp- content/uploads/2009/10/9- Movements.pdf http://www.crossfit.com/cf- seminars/CertRefs/CFD_L1_ParticipantHand book_Revised_02.pdf

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