The Opens Prep Course


The 2017 CrossFit Games Open is just around the corner. For many CrossFitters around the world, that means it’s game time and one of the most fun times of the year. For the 5 weeks of The Opens, we pursue our own version of greatness and step up to the tests that CrossFit HQ unveils.

We’re 1 year fitter and 1 year closer to...top 100? Top 1,000? Rxing every workout? Whatever your White Whale, the Open is our happy hunting ground.

But, if you’ve done The Opens before you may know the feeling of having a workout leaving you in the dust. You didn’t get to warm up right. Your adrenaline and emotions were off the charts. You went so fast on the first rounds but didn’t save any for the end. Now you want to retest.

We’ve all been there. The Opens workouts are no joke. They are hard physically and mentally because we care about our performance and doing our best. Knowing how to approach and systematically plan will help you get your best score the first time you do the workout.

That’s why we created the Opens Prep Course.

If you plan on participating in this years Opens and the CFCL Intramural Opens, this is a program you should do.

 

Here are the details:

How long is the program: 5 Weeks

What days does it meet?: Fridays, 7 PM

Start date: Friday January 20

How many people: Limited Spots to maximize personal attention

How much does it cost: 99

 

What you will be better at: Stop feeling like you were left in the dust. We will teach you the system of how to plan to succeed, while deliberately and mindfully approaching workouts to maximize your score and results. You’ll know how to give your best.

 

Do you have to be a competitor or advanced? No. If you plan on participating in this years Opens and the CFCL Intramural Opens (insert link to old intramural opens page here or facebook photo album if there’s no CFCL website page), this is a program you should do.

 

Who is it for? Someone who is going to do the Opens or Intramural Opens and wants to learn the system to maximize their scores and target their training to beat their weaknesses.