Large Group Training
Large Group Training
Our group training is all based on a monthly program that has a new focus every month. We do not create workouts, we build programs. This means that the workout on Monday will tie into each day for the rest of the week. We want to send consistent signals to the body to grow and recover. A new and different workout is prescribed every day and our highly experienced coaches are there to guide you through every movement (a more cost-effective alternative to personal training!). All work with any level of fitness as we can modify workouts where needed /if needed. We understand that everyone starts at a different place, our coaches are fully prepared to meet you where you are in your fitness journey.
Building off the strong foundation that we accomplished through ANX Train, we add more complex and higher level skilled movements to the table. CFLB brings you high intensity training at it’s finest. Workouts combine a variety of functional movements, gymnastics, power lifting, and olympic lifting. Each skill taught in a safe-learning environment aimed at continual and incremental improvement from one class to the next improving the skills of each athlete regardless of their current fitness levels.
The programming is sectioned into two different levels: Level 1 is more focused on higher level skills, complex movements, and intensity. Level 2 is centered around getting our athletes moving properly with and without weights. The goal behind this tier is to challenge you to become completely aware of the way you move and the way your muscles activate.
Regardless of the Level, both programs are developed to open up opportunities for you to access more potential strength and muscle activation, increase your movement efficiency, improve your stability of supporting muscles and joints, as well as improve your comfort in a variety of positions and exercises.
Straight up strength training. On of our knowledgable coaches will take athletes through a movement specific warm-up based on the daily lift – Squat, Press, or Deadlift. We will then break down the focal points of this lift and provide technical form instructions to educate and remind each athlete of important lifting details prior to performing. The coach on the floor will then carefully instruct each athlete as they progress through the strength programming. We follow up our main movement with a supplementary lift to ensure all muscles are strong and supporting the focused group. We wind down with an option of accessory movements to strengthen our joints and tendons through full range of motion OR Strongman training utilizing our 20-yards worth of turf for sled pushing, atlas stone lifting, sandbags training, and yoke carries.