From our IG poll last week: “Which makes the bigger impact?” A) In-person coaching (from competent coach) B) Training program only (zero coaching feedback) An organized strength program can help someone increase general strength over time just by a result of actually training. But, when it comes to the Snatch […]
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Pat (77kg) working up to a heavy single on the snatch at CrossFit 813 in Tampa, FL.
Working out. Exercising. Training. To the average person, these words carry little, if any, significance. To an athlete or coach, these words are as different as black and white. One could argue that they’re just words, but these words mean much more than meets the eye. So, what’s the difference? Let’s start with some […]
Training footage of Team 813 Weightlifting at CrossFit 813 in Tampa, FL featuring Andy (94kg), Jerry (105+kg), Tom (85kg), Ian (77kg), Roman (105kg)
Coach Jon working up to a heavy single on the snatch at CrossFit 813 in Tampa, FL.
Footage of Eduardo working up in weight on the snatch with some behind the scenes coaching and chit-chat.
Footage from Team 813 Weightlifting in the Training Hall at Weber State University for the 2015 USA Weightlifting University National Championships in Ogden, UT. Gen power snatch, Rachel power snatch, Ray power snatch, Jason power clean + jerk, Rachel power clean + jerk
Snatch session for Team 813 Weightlifting two days out from competing at the 2015 University National Championships. Thanks to Mount Ogden Crossfit for the awesome facility!