CFSB Strength and Conditioning

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This is a strength and conditioning program designed to build bigger, stronger, more explosive athletes with more horse power. The demands of athletes are universal.  If they can run, jump, sprint, change direction, and if they are strong and powerful then they will be successful. These are the goals that we are working towards. We will get there by lifting heavy, conditioning (metabolic, sprint, jumping), and working with the mentality of “Train Fast Be Fast.”

Another key principle is building strong posture and position through the use of external loads, external forces to challenge posture and position. Why is posture and position important? Your ability to sprint, jump, change direction and tackle is all dependent on whether or not you can maintain good posture and position through full ranges of motion.

This program is different from our CFSB Crossfit in that is has a much higher emphasis on strength training with a linearly progressing program, on a set schedule. You’ll be attending every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. If you want to get bigger, stronger, faster, this is the program for you.

The Strength and Conditioning class is a premium class and requires an additional service agreement to attend. The classes run 90 minutes in duration.Check out the prices here

Check out the schedule here

Interested in learning more? Click here to contact us.[/text_output][accordion][accordion_item title=”Frequently Asked Questions” parent_id=”” id=”” class=”” style=””]What is the Strength and Conditioning class?
Our Strength and Conditioning class is for those who want to improve their strength, speed and agility.

Our Strength and Conditioning class is also geared towards those who are interested in getting better at power-based sports such as rugby, football, hockey, soccer, tennis, basketball, etc.

How much does the class cost?
$65 a month in addition to whichever base CrossFit membership you have.

Do discounts apply to this class (e.g., student, military, family, etc.)?
No, discounts do not apply to this class, but they do apply to your base crossfit membership.

Why does it cost more than regular CrossFit classes?

Expertise-Carl Case, our Strength and Conditioning coach, is on the seminar staff with CrossFit Football, and he has taught a number of CrossFit Football seminars. CrossFit Football is the basis of the programming for the Strength and Conditioning class.

Time-Each Strength and Conditioning class is an hour and a half long compared to a regular CrossFit class that only lasts one hour.

What’s the schedule?

4 days a week; M, T, TH, F 5:30-7:00pm

What if I can’t make those class times on a regular basis but I still want to improve my strength, speed, agility, or if I want sport-specific training?

You can sign up for a package of personal training sessions with one of our coaches that will be scheduled at a time that works for you.

Is this class open to everyone?

It’s open to everyone who has passed the CrossFit South Bend Fundamentals course or who has tested into the CrossFit South Bend group classes.

How do I join the Strength and Conditioning class?

Contact Carl Case at carl@crossfitsouthbend.com to see if the class is right for you, and if there’s enough available space for you to join the class.

Can I still do the regular CrossFit classes if I sign up for this class?
No. This will be your main class for a minimum of three months.

If I’m doing the regular CrossFit classes, can I drop in on a Strength and Conditioning class from time to time?
No. It requires at least a two month commitment.

What’s the minimum commitment time for the Strength and Conditioning class?
Three months. It’s required that, for at least three months, you make this your main training protocol, and that you show up to all four classes a week on a regular basis. You won’t get the results you want by just jumping in here and there on a class.[/accordion_item][/accordion][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row padding_top=”0px” padding_bottom=”0px”][vc_column fade_animation_offset=”45px” width=”1/1″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row padding_top=”200px” padding_bottom=”200px” border=”none” parallax=”true” bg_image=”7919″][vc_column fade_animation_offset=”45px” width=”1/1″][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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