CrossFit certificate courses are open to individuals and trainers at all stages of development. CrossFit’s world-class education and training includes entry-level courses such as the Level 1 Certificate Course, intermediate-level courses such as the Level 2 Certificate Course, and age-specific courses such as the CrossFit Kids Certificate Course.
Each day starts with a short but highly informative theory section. You will learn about flexibility methodology, what to pay attention to when stretching and how to properly plan efficient flexibility training.
This newly gained knowledge will be put to work right away. During the main part of each day we will see first hand how a well calculated warm up will not just help you to stay healthy and injury free but will also prepare all joints and muscles for the coming stretches so you are already more flexible before you even start your workout.
During the course of this weekend you will develop a completely new understanding for flexibility and functionality of your body. Working on your mobility will teach you how each part of your body is connected in one long chain and how each part depends on another. The training will show for example on your own body how working on your Front Splits can drastically influence your back bending flexibility and how often limiting factors are not even level of flexibility but simply coordination and technique.
To assure a positive training effect lasting far beyond this weekend and to minimize the necessity of note taking during the weekend you will receive an online training plan with videos highlighting the most important exercises of the weekend.
This workshop is right for you if you want to truly understand how to stretch goal oriented, how to make your flexibility training more efficient and how to break through existing plateaus and to raise your mobility to the next level. With the exercises, warm up protocols and cool down methods provided you will be able to continue your flexibility journey efficiently at home whilst minimizing the risk for injuries.