CROSSFIT SUFFOLK ** Forging Elite Fitness
Shoulder press 1-1-1-1-1 reps
Push press 3-3-3-3-3 reps
Push Jerk 5-5-5-5-5 reps
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Vamos Brazilian Jiujitsu mat area
Vamos BJJ also offers training in wrestling, judo, and muay thai kickboxing
If you look closely there's a cage in the background. The cage is still being modified, but will be ready soon for mixed martial art training.
One of the advantages to running a CrossFit training facility in a place that trains combat athletes is that the combat athlete has a built in understanding that in order to excel at their sport they have to condition using a methodology that will facilitate the intense demands of their sport.
Anyone who engages in boxing, grappling, kickboxing or any combination of those combat sports gets a real appreciation for the CrossFit workout right away, much the same way a cop or firefighter does. There's that feeling of "this is a different type of workout" and that feeling of "this is what it feels like when I fight at my highest level of intensity".
Then there's the other advantage. The combat athlete and the crossfitter both are acquainted with discomfort and working through adversity. The thought of stopping before the fight or the workout is over is just "unacceptable". "Quit" is the most horrid word and one you just don't hear uttered out loud.
There's no need to be a combat athlete to enjoy the benefits of CrossFit. The workouts are scaled to anyone's level of conditioning even if that level is zero. There are children and seniors around the planet using the CrossFit methodology to develop their athletic ability or to stay strong.