Issue #50 January 2010

CrossFit Kids action

Building Blocks: A CrossFit Kids Advanced 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: A CrossFit Kids PreSchool Class Coach Jeff Martin & Debbie Rakos of CrossFit Kids HQ A template for a CrossFit Kids PreSchool Class

CrossFit Kids Community - CrossFit Monrovia Kate Hung Read about the achievement of two inspirational girls!

Footie Workout Karl Steadman of CrossFit 3D - Two "Wright" inspired workouts

Girls & Heroes CrossFit Kids and CrossFit Teens perform Benchmark Workouts. This month we feature CrossFit Teens completing "Explosive Elizabeth" with an addition of broad jumps.
Includes a video link.

Journal Club - Fatigue and Recovery from Exercise in Children Jon Gary of CrossFit Kids HQ A continued discussion on the differences between children and adults with respect to exercise performance and fitness.

Kids Kettlebell Workout Davie Easton of CrossFit Central Scotland

School Programs: Sharks go CrossFitting Scott Opels of Scullen Middle School More options for teachers who have many students but limited equipment. Scott offers some great suggestions for setting up workouts in a school setting.

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

Understanding Protein: Diet and Kids - a difficult challenge Jeremy Mullins and Lisa Lineburg Jeremy and Lisa do a fantastic job of defining protein in a manner that is easy to understand for children

Also Featuring: Game of the Month/Red Light Green Light Debbie Rakost of CrossFit Kids HQ, Rowing Workouts Chris Kemp of CrossFit North East England, Teen Challenge/Death by 10mCourtesy of Brian MacKenzie of CrossFit Endurance, CrossFit Kids Community featuring CFK North Atlanta and CFK KOP

Back Cover: Connor Martin teaching the Press at a CrossFit Kids Certification
Posted by Jeff Martin on 01/25


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