Recovery after CrossFIt sessions

Recovery from CrossFit. CrossFit is a very intense activity by definition (Constantly varied functional movements performed at relative high intensity) and this level of effort breeds some amazing and unique results in athletes fitness. However, often athletes are able to push through periods of excessive high intensity training and still produce results, but they are setting themselves up for a system wide breakdown due to lack of effective a

Member of the month November Agnes

What were your goals when you started training? and what are they now? My main goal when I started Crossfit was to lose weight, but also get fit and actually enjoy working out. I've now done all those things and can feel myself getting stronger every week. Current goal is to improve on my Olympic lifting techniques as well as be able to do a pull up and hit over 100kg on my deadlift. I'm 10kg away, so hoping this will happen before the end of th


What were your goals when you started training? and what are they now? My previous job was very active and left me pretty banged up by the time i left in 2015. After trying and discarding different types of training and starting a new less active job, i wanted to find something that would keep me interested and  get me back into regular training without my body falling apart or exploding. Which i can happily say i've found with Crossfit Wand


We asked Laura some questions about why she started CrossFit and how it has changed her life! What were your goals when you started training? and what are they now? Initially I just wanted to get fitter and stronger, and to try something new. There are definitely things that I would like to be able to do, like pull ups and full push ups. I’m still a long way away from getting HSPUs, but can now do double unders (kind of). I think I’d b

CrossFit Programming

As you will all know by now, CrossFit is a training system that aims to produce broad level fitness across as many domains as possible. To do this, workouts consist of gymnastic movements, weightlifting and cardio elements put together with a high level of variance, including time. Our CrossFit classes are aimed to be accessible to all levels of athlete, from real beginners all the way up to competitive level athletes, with both being tested p

What does CCFT – L3 mean and why do it?

The Certified CrossFit Trainer L3 exam is the third evolution in the possible four major certifications run by CrossFit, with the 4th level currently reserved for seminar staff. Alongside these 4 levels, CrossFit also runs a myriad of other certifications, from gymnastics, weightlifting, kettlebells, endurance, kids, masters, rowing, SPEAR, and many more. The Level 3 exam is simply that, just an exam. It consists of 160 questions across a 4 ho


PROGRAM FOCUS AUGUST ADDITION. Over the next 6 weeks we will see the return of coach challenge Fridays! Your beloved coaches will be writing their own workouts to try and destroy you every week, as well as taking part to set you a score to beat.  So make sure you get in every week to give it your best effort! Additionally, we will be moving away from the single limb work as a focus and we will see some more pause work. This will be seen in b


What were your goals when you started training? and what are they now? I joined Crossfit Wandsworth about 9 months after an operation on my shoulder that put an end to my rugby playing career. I wanted to do something that would help me get fit again but also have a sense of competitiveness and community. My girlfriend actually found Crossfit Wandsworth and signed us both up for the introduction classes (thanks!). When I started I just wa


What were your goals when you started training? and what are they now? Initially I just wanted to lose weight and feel better about my body. Since managing to drop down to the weight I was in high school, are now to maintain a healthy and balance lifestyle. I may also have a crazy aim to achieve a ring muscle up in my lifetime but we’ll see about that one.. What do you like about Cross|Fit Wandsworth ? Its all about the coaches.. they

6 week program focus

CFW Specific Program blog As you know we take great care and pride over our programming for CrossFit Wandsworth and we wanted to give you a heads up about what we have in store. Over the next 6 weeks, we will be seeing a focus around single limb movements, single leg and single arm work. This type of training works very well in addressing imbalances in both strength and mobility and has a greater benefit on overall strength given the extra

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