CrossFit and Intensity Programming including Lone Tree – Week of 5.29.17
CROSSFIT Monday 1. Back Squats: 4 x 5. First set at 55%, add as you go. 3 sec down + 3 sec up tempo. 5-10# heavier than last time. (12 mins)
CROSSFIT Monday 1. Snatch: EMOM x 12, Hang Snatch + Snatch. Hang on for both. First set at 60%, add as you go with fantastic form! 2. 10min AMRAP OF: 10 OH Squat P:(115/75) A:(95/65) H:(75/55) 20 Wall Ball 40 DU Tuesday 1. Deadlift: Every 2 mins x 5 Sets 8 Deadlift at 60% 8 …
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CROSSFIT Monday 1. 2 Rounds Of: (16 mins) 10-8-6-4-2 Unbroken TnGo Power Clean and Jerks – 1 min rest between sets – 3 min rest between rounds Set of 10 at 40-45% Of 1 rep max, add 5-10# each set. MUST STAY TOUCH AND GO UNBROKEN! * add 5 pounds more each set from last …
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Michael Egebrecht “Eggy” has been involved with sports his entire life, including coaching in various capacities for almost 10 years. He began his coaching career at Concordia University Chicago as a strength and conditioning coach while pursuing his Masters Degree in Exercise Science. Mike left Concordia to move to Colorado and finished his Master’s program at CU Boulder.
He brings a wealth of knowledge and a great attitude to our growing community!
M.S. Exercise Science
B.S. Exercise Science
CrossFit Level 1
CrossFit Level 2
CSCS – Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
After recently moving to Colorado, I joined the Intensity Park Meadows family in December 2017. I believe the athlete’s success is my success. My greatest satisfaction as a coach is to see that moment of clarity in an athlete’s eyes. My goal is to help people safely improve their movement for long term health and to have fun during the process. I frequently reflect on my fitness hierarchy of “Stability > Mobility > Technique > Intensity > Volume”.
I was never involved with organized sports during my youth; skateboarding was my sport of choice. Much later in life, I was inspired to be more active after a conversation with a friend who had recently finished the Boston Marathon. Deciding to enter short distance triathlons, and without a swimming background, the jump to athletics was fairly arduous. On a whim, I was given an article from a local newspaper regarding Crossfit Endurance. After one Endurance class consisting of rowing, push presses, and lunges, I was hooked. It wasn’t until a year later that I jumped into formal Crossfit classes. My first WOD – Murph.
Crossfit Inc. Level 2
USA Weightlifting Level 1
Crossfit Inc. Rowing
Crossfit Inc. Endurance
Crossfit Inc. Movement and Mobility
P.S.E. Art of Breath