Issue #38 January 2009

CrossFit Kids action

Building Blocks: A CrossFit Kids Advanced/Pre Teen & Teen Class Coach Jeff Martin of CrossFit Kids HQ A template for a CrossFit Kids Advanced/Teen Class

Building Blocks: A CrossFit Kids Class Coach Jeff Martin of CrossFit Kids HQ A template for a CrossFit Kids Class

Building Blocks: NEW A CrossFit Kids PreSchool Class Coach Jeff Martin of CrossFit Kids HQ A template for a CrossFit Kids PreSchool Class
Includes video link

CrossFit, Fast Footwork and Speed & Agility Adam Edison and Tony Rogers of Rare CrossFit Read how two experienced, Semi-Pro soccer coaches employ CrossFit into their training program and turn out elite soccer players.

Footie Workout Mark Beck & Karl Steadman of CrossFit Manchester Find out what the workouts "Wilshere" and "Ramsey" entail.

Girls & Heroes CrossFit Kids and CrossFit Teens perform Benchmark Workouts. This month we feature CrossFit Teens completing a scaled version of EC Synkowski's workout named "Karen and Grace's Playdate" with a twist to make it a little more playful.
Includes a video link.

Kids Kettlebell Workout Davie Easton of CrossFit Central Scotland Featuring Canyon CrossFit Kids

Learning From Back Issues Patrick O'Hannigan an At-Home CrossFitter Highlights from back issues of the CrossFit Kids Magazine

Learning Readiness and Motor Development - The PreSchool Connection Cyndi Rodi of CrossFit Kids HQ For a preschooler, executive function provides the framework that "underlies the diverse set of skills they need as they prepare for the transition to school." Poor EF development can spell trouble for a child. Fortunately, we can help these young ones to better hone executive function by developing their motor skills. CrossFit Kids and CrossFit Preschool are the perfect vehicles for addressing motor skill development, thereby directly improving the development of Executive Function.

Teaching Styles, Making it Work - Part 1 Anita Tyler Every child you interact with is different - some are quite, some are outgoing, some are shy, etc. In order to accommodate all these differences, you'll need to employ a variety of teaching styles to give all children an equal opportunity to learn and have fun in the way that suits them best. Anita provides a chart which gives examples of personality types and their learning styles, then continues to elaborate on different teaching methods to employ for the wide variety of personalities in your class.

Three CFK WOD's Coach Jeff Martin of CrossFit Kids HQ

Tips & Tricks for Common Problems in Common Movements - More on the Squat & Super Slow Squats Coach Jeff Martin of CrossFit Kids HQ
Includes video link

Also Featuring: Game of the Month/Buckethead Mikki Martin, Rowing Workouts Chris Kemp of CrossFit North East England, Teen Challenge/Max Consecutive Bodyweight Back Squats & Max Consecutive Back Squats at 75% Bodyweight Mikki Martin of CrossFit Kids HQ, Team Training/Basketball Drill Dan Strametz of CrossFit Brand X, CrossFit Kids Community featuring Margaret of CFK St. Louis.

Back Cover: CrossFit Kids St Louis, CrossFit Kids Snohomish and CrossFit Kids GSX
Posted by mikki martin on 01/16


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