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September 1, 2019

 Congratulations Heather, You are the September NoCoast Athlete of the Month!

We’d like to officially welcome Heather to the NoCoast Coaching Staff! Heather has grown so much in the time she has been at NoCoast and we are so proud of the athlete, individual, and up and coming coach she has become. Not only has her fitness improved, but she has eagerly taken on a leadership role within our community; She genuinely cares for everyone and has committed herself to helping others through the CrossFit methodology. We are excited to be a part of the next chapter in Heather’s CrossFit journey and for her to...

April 25, 2016

The reverse hyper was developed by Westside Barbell’s Louie Simmons, who is one of the top powerlifting coaches in the world. Simmons originally used the reverse hyper for rehabilitating his back and spine, as he was dealing with some significant injuries. The reverse hyper can be used with both light and heavy loads in everyday training to reduce lower back tightness and strengthen hamstrings, glutes, hips, and more.

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    The reverse hyper builds posterior chain strength, which will increase squat and deadlift strength. Strength development can be achieved by using light, medium,...

March 2, 2016

A question that we love to ask our Athlete of the Month is “What’s your favorite movement?” For those of you who know me, you might guess that my favorite movement is wall ball or maybe even double unders. I do love to see these movements show up in workouts, especially in the Open or any other competition, but I don’t think I’d call them my favorite.

You actually may be surprised to hear that my favorite movement isn’t one of my strongest lifts relatively speaking. However, I love it because of its complexity and its ability to train and produce speed, power, flexibility, strength, accuracy, and bal...

February 17, 2016

We all have weaknesses! It’s what we do with our weaknesses that determines our fitness level. Are you the type of person who chalks it up to “I can’t do that and will never be able to do it, so why bother?” Or do you attack your weaknesses and practice them until they are your strengths?

Warning: do not practice accuracy through static holds

Imagine all the different movements, exercises, and skills that make up functional movements and sport. This can be anything from double unders and pull ups, to running a marathon or squatting 2x body weight. If you look at CrossFit’s 10 General Physical Skills,...

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