training program

  • 9 Critical Principles for a Successful and Injury Free Off-season (Part 2)

    If you missed part 1 in our series then click HERE to go back and check it out before continuing.  Now onto part 2… 4: Have Some Fun If the sole purpose of your training is to become a better athlete sometimes you get a bit tired of training....
  • The Games Are Over, Time to Start Preparing for Next Year!

    Congratulations to Matt Fraser and Katrin Davidsdottir!  This year’s competition was a fun one to watch.  It’s very interesting to see the sport evolve over time and see who’s prepared the best over the course of the last year of training. This month in the FPF Performance Training Program we’re still...
  • Are you Ready for the Open? New Programming!

    We’re getting closer and closer to the open competition.  That means that we’re also progressing our programming to follow suit.  We’re currently transitioning from a transitional pre-season into an actual pre-season program.  Training is becoming about as specific as it gets to success in the open.  Based on what...
  • Crossfit WOD Programming 12/2/2013 – 1/6/2014

    Last month’s programming is over.  I spent my deload week eating and drinking copiously over the holiday and I’m very motivated to get started with training again.  I hit a few new bests this past month (265 x 5 front squat, 225 x 3 overhead squat) and feel my...
  • Fitness Pain Free WOD: Crossfit Training Program 10/28 – 12/6

    http://youtu.be/ImG8W4x9TtQ Last month’s training was certainly a doozy.  I found that my joints were feeling pretty good, my conditioning is improving and I’m setting new PRs on my oly lifts.  New tid bits for this month:...