Event# 3

🔝Use link to watch  Event#3 has two parts and is the final event of the “Back To School Bash” Inhouse Comp 4 minute running clock 100/70 *70/50 calorie air bike (scored as its own event) In the remaining time as many reps as possible DB ground to overhead @45/30# *30/20# [*Scaled] #nscf #partnercomp #inhouse #community […]

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You Are in Control

Written by Hannah Dykstra Before you continue to read this article, I want to challenge you as a reader to think back to your first CrossFit “on-ramp” or “fundamentals” intro and remember the reason why you stepped into the gym to start with. Maybe it was to be a better parent, lose weight, get stronger, […]

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Event# 2

🔝Use link to watch on YouTube Event #2 of the Inhouse Competition “Back To School Bash” presented by Coach @rckrnashty 4 Rounds For Time (8 Min Time Cap) 20/*15 Toes-to-Bar 20/*15 Pull-ups 20/*15 Front Rack Reverse Alt. Lunges 155/115# *115/75# Partners alternate movements [*Scaled] #nscf #partnercomp #inhouse #event2 #northstatecrossfit #t2b #pullups #lunges

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Event #1

🔝Link to Event#1 Coach @rckrnashty here to explain Event #1 for the “Back To School Bash” Partner Comp this Sat. Sept. 9th  12 minute AMRAP 50 Double Unders *50 singles 12 S/A KB hang clean and jerks 53/35# *35/26# 15 wall ball 20/14# For one partner to be working the other must hold an atlas […]

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Correcting the Snatch

  Written by Nash Woods The barbell snatch is arguably the most challenging movement seen in CrossFit, if not across all sport. It requires you to bring a barbell from the floor to overhead in one smooth motion without maiming yourself or others in the process. The pull is the most important part of a snatch. […]

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Mind Flex

Written by Sarah Loogman The brain acts much like muscle – tissue that can called to action for many purposes. This concept of brain plasticity opposes old beliefs in neuroscience that we were born with a set number of neurons and would permanently lose those as we aged. New research, however, shows that you actually […]

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“PR” Your Life

Written by Sarah Loogman At the essence of CrossFit is to evolve our human race – to build increasingly more functional, adaptable mechanisms of the body for inclusive fitness that advances our abilities across a broad range of physical tests. By improving our physical being, we are able to improve cognitive function, elevate mood, and […]

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Training, Fat Loss and the Menstrual Cycle

Written by Hannah Dykstra With the continued rise of the CrossFit-ignited fitness revolution, women are becoming more familiarized with performance-based nutrition and fitness. Paleo, Keto, RP,  Zone and even the ever-so-famous “dirty bulk’ are all lifestyles within the realm of strength gains or fat loss. Despite this increasing knowledge, however, many women still carry tendency […]

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You’re Fit, But Are You Healthy?

Written by Jon Jorgensen   I recently listened to the podcast linked below and a couple parts struck a chord with something I’ve been thinking about for a long time in the CrossFit and greater fitness community.   Before CrossFit came around and created a definition for fitness, no one had a concrete definition for […]

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