MLK Holiday Hours
Sunday: Normal Hours (9 & 10am Classes)
Monday: 7:30, 8:30 & 9:30am Classes (Saturday Schedule) – No Kids/Teens Classes
Tuesday: Normal Hours + 10:30am class because of the stupid delayed opening
MLK Holiday Hours
We get it. People throwing weights around? Jumping on to boxes 2 feet in the air? Pullups? Come on. This stuff looks intimidating from the outside. Have you seen these people? You’re intrigued though. You’re curious. You wonder – maybe I could do that. it does look fun, after all but I’m just a little too intimidated by all of the commotion and movements going on…
Well at CrossFit Maelstrom we provide two, excellent options for anyone who wants to learn more about CrossFit.
Fundamentals is an ongoing class that meets every Monday & Wednesday at 7:45pm for CrossFit beginners. Two coaches are always present and carefully review every exercise movement that will be performed during that evening’s session. With simple, understandable explanations you’ll walk through demonstrations of each exercise and be shown suitable
options and substitutes based on your particular needs and capabilities. Can’t do a pull-up? Don’t feel bad, most of us couldn’t when we walked in! We’ll show you how to get there while still getting a great workout. Classes last one hour.
Elements is a four session, class structured program designed to introduce you to the basic movements and exercises used in CrossFit. With lots of individualized attention, you’ll participate in thorough demonstrations of each movement and shown how to appropriately substitute (scale) any movement that might present some issue for you. We’ll review all of the jargon you might hear a CrossFitter use, the ‘method behind the madness’ and we’ll review your personal fitness goals. You’ll learn that even the most beginner level athlete can participate and make tremendous progress using the CrossFit method. Contact us for dates and times.
Why participate in Elements or Fundamentals?
In CrossFit you are often asked to push yourself because of the great results that high intensity workouts are proven to yield. All exercise movements, including the ones we use, have potential to cause injury if done with incorrect posture or with incorrect technique. Getting ready for our CrossFit group classes is never a matter of ‘cardio fitness’, more often there is a need to learn to do the movements correctly and a need to fix mobility/flexibilty restrictions that prevent correct movement. Fast tracking yourself into group workouts before you’re ready is a recipe for confusion, disappointment, and possibly injury.
So get up and let’s do this already!
Please contact us at CrossFitMaelstrom@gmail.com if you have any questions or want to schedule a session. We’re excited to hear from you!
*Your first class is always on us.
We love when our members check in on Facebook and we love giving back. So, after a lot of planning and thought, Maelstrom is proud to announce the Sweat Angels program to our community. What is Sweat Angels you ask? It’s a program by which CrossFitters can help give back by just doing CrossFit. Sounds awesome huh?
What is Sweat Angels?
Facebook check ins at Maelstrom equal real world good. We do this by partnering with some of the best non-profits in the world. They let us know what’s needed, and we help out in any way that we can. It’s that simple:
So what does this mean for you?
It means get your butt to the gym every available class and MAKE SURE to check in on Facebook. We’ll keep you up to date on the amount of good done so all you have to do is use your membership (that you already pay for).
Get in shape. Give back. Be a Sweat Angel.
See that nifty button on the right? ————–>
From now on our workouts will all be posted under the appropriate section of the website. We’ll be using the front page to bring you news and other happenings at CrossFit Maelstrom!
Check out this great video that MHS student Kiki Prager put together for a school project! Thrilled she caught some great action shots of the 4:45 killing it! Awesome, awesome job Kiki – thanks for choosing us for your project.
A huge congratulations to all those who participated in our first Open as a group.
Even bigger kudos to Dan Epstein for finishing 6th in the world in the 40-44 year old age group and to Steve Becker for finishing 94th in the world in the 55-59 year old age group. Fantastic accomplishment!
CFM: June 4th, 2014
Rage Ball (50/30)
Strength: Overhead Squat
Work to a moderate triple from the rack
20 Long Sit-ups
30 Russian Twists
CFM: June 3rd, 2014
12 Light Kettlebell Swings
15 Minute AMRAP
10 Ring Push-ups
15 Front Squat (75/45)
Work to a 4 Rep (2 each leg) Max
Front Rack Lunges (from the floor)
90 Double Unders
90 Seconds Rest
15 Touch the Ceiling
15 Kick the Ceiling
CFM: June 2nd, 2014
1-Minute Jump Rope
30 Mountain Climbers
10 Deadlifts (255/155)
20 WallBalls (20/14)
Endurance EMOM – 12 Minutes
Even Minutes: AirDyne Calories
Odd Minutes: Jump squats (15 is a good number)
15 Weighted Sit-ups
60 Flutter Kicks
CFM: May 28th, 2014
1-Minute Jump Rope
10 Jump Squats
Row – Calories
Rage Ball (20/16)
Rest 3 Minutes
AirDyne – Calories
Wall Ball (20/14)
Strength – Back Squat
Work to a HEAVY set of 7
40 Russian Twists
60 Flutter Kicks