CrossFit LA | CrossFit Los Angeles - PhotoTour

By: Petranek Fitness  09-12-2011
Keywords: Athletes

Sat, Dec 10 - Sun, Dec 11, 2011

Team CFLA will culminate three months of focused training with THE GAUNTLET! Athletes will be tested in every domain and skill CrossFit has to offer to see who'll be on our competition squad!

Fri, Dec 16, 2011

Join your coaches & community for a night of food, drinks, ugly sweaters, & holiday cheer!

Keywords: Athletes

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CrossFit LA | CrossFit Los Angeles - WhatWeDo

It includes an extensive physical assessment (biomechanics, posture, gait, movement, strength, and coordination) and movement analysis followed by specific exercise programming that will bring you back to peak performance. Corrective Exercise – to rebuild the strength of in-active, weak muscle tissue and to restore balance in the neuromuscular system.


CrossFit LA | CrossFit Los Angeles - Coaches Instructors

Michael came on board with CrossFit LA in 2006 and, finding something here that he had never found in his workouts and training before, quickly rose to the top of our leader boards. His passion for life and sport has led him in many directions - from classical music as a teenager, to the Marine Corps, whitewater kayaking, and professional adventure racing.


CrossFit LA | CrossFit Los Angeles - WhatisCrossFit

Making an adjustment in a workout for a beginner means reducing the total reps or rounds, reducing the distance, eliminating the clock, reducing the weight, and/or reducing the complexity of a movement. I reduced my training time each week by more than 60%, I was doing more functional strength training than ever, and adding in new gymnastic and weightlifting movements.


CrossFit LA | CrossFit Los Angeles - HowWeAreDifferent

We choose exercises that make large demands on your nervous and muscular systems and require many muscle groups to work together synergistically. You may not know it, but they NEVER do leg extensions, leg curls, leg press, or adduction/abduction exercises. Weight machines were designed by engineers to simulate the isolated movement of one muscle in your body. In real life, your body rarely uses one muscle at a time independently of all others.