Nick Conn (Hint: the younger one) I grew up in a small mountain town hiking and skiing with my family in the Eastern Sierra. When my family moved to Sacramento I had trouble adjusting to life in the big city until I realized that the opportunities that city life presented, in particular the opportunity to play organized sports. First, because there were more kids around, and secondly because I wasn’t “forced” to ski for the entire season. I played water polo and did swim team in High School and began… read more →
CrossFit Goodland is not simply a gym. CrossFit Goodland is a community of athletes dedicated to the purpose of maximizing individual athletic potential and personal health. There are no mirrors on our walls or fancy machines taking up our floor space, at CrossFit Goodland we rely on the human machine to move weight. Our workouts are short and intense, but not at the expense of proper form and healthy motion. Through intensity we maximize not only our athletic potential, but also receive the most possible return from our time in… read more →
CrossFit Goodland offers functional fitness training that is scalable to any and every ability level. To get acquainted with CrossFit and CrossFit Goodland email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a FREE intro session. (Or call (805)455-5653) We will discuss the basics of CrossFit and I’ll give you a little taste of the Kool-Aide (put you through an intro workout)! These sessions are typically about 45min-1hr in length and can be scheduled any day of the week.
The basic answer is: “constantly varied functional motions performed at a high intensity,” but this phrase alone is deceptively dense and requires explanation. CrossFit is a fitness program that is scalable and applicable to any individual’s needs or ability regardless of age, sex, or fitness level. The ideal training to fulfill the fitness needs of both the elite athlete and your grandmother differ by degree and intensity, not kind. CrossFit provides a true definition for fitness: increased work capacity across broad time and modal domains, and each day we work to… read more →