Push Press x 5 @ 45% / 2 sets
x 3 @ 55%
x 5 @ 60%
x 5 @ 70%
x at least 5 reps but as many as possible @ 80%
5 min work 2 min rest 4 min work 1 min rest 3 min work AMRAP:
20 Sit ups
CrossFit begins with a belief in fitness. The aim of CrossFit is to forge a broad, general and inclusive fitness. We have sought to build a program that will best prepare trainees for any physical contingency — not only for the unknown, but for the unknowable. After looking at all sport and physical tasks collectively, we asked what physical skills and adaptations would most universally lend themselves to performance advantage. Capacity culled from the intersection of all sports demands would quite logically lend itself well to all sport. In sum, our specialty is not specializing.What is CrossFit
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WHAT: Self Defense and Intro to Krav Maga
WHEN: Saturday, Feburary tth at 12:00pm
WHERE: CrossFit Newark
Mike Bolte found CrossFit in 2006 while looking for a new program to prepare him for the challenges he faces daily in his career as a firefighter/paramedic with the Newark Fire Division, where he is a Captain. With no facilities in Licking County at the time Mike began training out of his garage. The benefits of CrossFit’s methodology quickly became apparent, and Mike began recruiting friends and family as training partners. As his passion grew around CrossFit so did his number of training partners, and the demand for a coach, so Mike became a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer. Mike has competed and won local fitness competitions, and his garage gym was featured on CrossFit.com. He is really looking forward to helping others on their CrossFit journey. Mike is a graduate of Hocking College where he studied fire and emergency services. Mike resides with his wife Devon and their four children, in Newark.×
John Wysocki has been involved with CrossFit since June 2009 when he was exposed to the various workouts and standards while serving on active duty with the US Navy Explosive Ordinance Disposal Training Unit Two in Fort Story, VA. He has earned his Level 1 trainer and CrossFit Kids trainer certifications and enjoys coaching students of various ages and abilities. John specializes in bringing those into CrossFit who have become frustrated with trying to exercise on their own and desire to try something new and challenging, regardless of their current fitness level. He has served over 13 years with the US Navy and was a former command fitness leader along with an honor graduate of several military schools which focused on physical training and development for combat operations. John was a Chief Petty Officer in the US Navy Reserve, served twice in Afghanistan and awarded The Bronze Star medal for his service in 2008. He is a 1995 graduate of The Ohio State University. John lives in Newark with his wife Carrie and their three daughters, all of whom CrossFit.×
Lindsay Black discovered CrossFit in July of 2012 after her brother’s urging to try it out. As a high school athlete and runner, she was looking for something different to find new fitness goals. She soon discovered what she loved about CrossFit. She found that CrossFit challenged her, physically and mentally, on a daily basis. This kept her coming back for more. Not only did she begin to see incredible strength develop, but also loved the community aspect of CrossFit. After crossfitting a year, Lindsay convinced her partner Josh to begin and they were instrumental in the development of CrossFit Newark. Lindsay became a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer in March of 2014 and was eager to begin coaching classes! In 2011, she earned a Bachelors Degree of Business Administration at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. In addition to coaching, she is currently pursuing her Masters of Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. She and Josh reside in Newark with four adorable four-legged friends.×
Brian was introduced into CrossFit in March of 2008 by Mike Bolte and began training out of his garage. He quickly discovered the benefits of CrossFit and has been using it to meet the physical demands of being a Firefighter and Paramedic. Brian grew up in Newark and played numerous sports throughout high school including football, running cross country, and wrestling. CrossFit helped bring back the competitive spirit those sports first brought him. Brian enjoys the CrossFit Newark community of athletes and the challenge of helping them move more safely, effectively, and efficiently. He is a graduate of C.O.T.C. where he studied EMS technologies. Brian resides with his two daughters in Glenford.×
We are an inclusive environment where each athlete's goals and abilities are assessed and challenged to be better than yesterday. We are different from other fitness facilities in that we do not use machines, we forge them from sweat and determination. We encourage you to stop in and try us out and meet our community of athletes. This is not just another workout...it is a lifestyle change. See you soon!
Unlimited monthly visits
Unlimited monthly visits
If parent is an existing member children rates are qualified for discounts. Please speak with a coach for more information.
Please note if you are paying for a membership after the 10th of the month the rates are prorated. You will need to pay for membership at the box.
This is your chance to focus on lifting heavy stuff! This will be programmed to compliment our existing strength program as well as provide an opportunity for the athlete to develop performance gains in areas which are weakest for them. No WODs, just slinging iron and getting stronger. A coach will be available for form corrections and programming assistance.
This class is designed for those athletes who have been CrossFitting for at least 6 months and will participate in the CrossFit Open and represent CrossFit Newark in various regional competitions. It is recommended that an athlete be able to perform the following movements as prescribed, with the purpose becoming competition athletes. The coaching of this session will be more intense than our typical adult classes with higher performance expectations. General criteria include:
Our Elements class provides athletes new to CrossFit the opportunity to learn all of the foundational movements and lifts over a nine week rotation, taking place each Saturday morning at 8am. The class is approximately one hour long and will conclude each session with a WOD - workout of the day based on skills developed.
Occurs every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at 11am and designed to meet the needs of athletes ages 14 and up who qualify for services through Licking County Board of Developmental Disabilities and have an interest in competing in local, regional, and state competitions, including Special Olympics. The primary training will take place with three lifts: deadlift, bench press and back squat; however, CrossFit methodology will be incorporated for metabolic development.
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*Open Gym is for Members Only
We are located between 3rd and 4th street and across from the Newark Police station, behind the Minuteman Press storefront
For questions and inquires email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org