CROSSFIT SUFFOLK: Powered By SPARTAN PERFORMANCE
THERE IS NO 6:30-7:30AM SESSION TODAY!
15 minutes to establish a 1RM Hang Squat Snatch
12 minute AMRAP of:
10 C2B Pullups
10 Hang Squat Snatches 95/65#
Angelo had the best performance on Friday's 800 meter row & 800 meter run finishing in 6:17!
We're One Big Team, So Run Those Stairs
"Since the summer of 2010, Datalogix, a Big Data company in Westminster, Colo., has offered these classes, called CrossFit,
twice a week for its employees. CrossFit gained early popularity among
law enforcement officers and military personnel, but lately, both large
and small businesses — judging that fitness programs can bolster
employee morale, improve productivity and reduce health insurance
premiums — have taken an interest. This fast-growing fitness trend
combines weight lifting, gymnastics and endurance training and has
attracted more than 10 million practitioners around the world, according
to the company, about 60 percent of them women."—Jed Lipinsky, NY Times
You're Injured…Now What?
"Proceed to a top notch physical therapist. Ask around for recommendations; chances are that your coach, massage therapist, chiropractor, or fellow exercise enthusist knows the right person."—Ann Wendel for Whole9
[Note: As a matter of fact, yes we do! Know the right person, that is. Jon Belmonte is a doctor of physical therapy and will be providing the therapy in his own office at Spartan Performance/CrossFit Suffolk. As a life-long athlete, a former Division I athlete and a competitive CrossFitter, Jon understands better than most physical therapists the needs of athletes and those with active lifestyles. It's been our experience that many therapists treat all patients the same regardless of fitness level or athletic experience. Jon is able to draw a distinction between an injured sedentary person and an injured active or athletic person. Jon isn't satisfied with the injured person merely "getting back" from an injury. He wants the people he works with to have an improved quality of function and movement as well. Contact Jon here: Max Effort Physical Therapy ]