Friday, Friday, Friday!

CDA Info Night

CPM continues to grow, and Chris, Annie, and Stets are part futurists. Because of this, we seek people interested in exploring their fitness passions and learning what it takes to be a coach.

Here at CPMFITness we strive towards offering the most complete health, movement and fitness program we can for our members. This includes world-class coaching, goal setting work, accountability, support and nutrition direction. Of course, this relentless pursuit requires us to have well trained, professional coaches who can not only cover the specifics of movements and coaching methodologies, but also communicate clearly with groups, control the flow of a class, and be present outside of class to help with the organizational aspects of our program.

Perhaps you’ve seen Annie, Stets or Chris coaching during your time here and wondered what it’s like to be a professional coach? Maybe you’ve thought of learning the ropes yourself and developing the skills involved with being a coach? Maybe you’re just interested in learning much much more about health and fitness?

Whether you think this is for you or might not be sure, this is your chance to find out more. Join us…

Details:

WHEN: Wednesday January 28th
TIME: 5:30p – 5:45p
WHERE: CPMFITness

At the info night we will cover:

  • Overall goals of the program
  • Program description
  • Program Schedule
  • Program pre-requisites
  • Entry Requirements
  • Participation requirements
  • Q & A from the attendees

Please let us know if you are interested!

It’s Back…. Yoga Teacher Training!

Whether you are an experienced student or an up-and-coming teacher, this course will give you the skills of a seasoned professional yoga teacher.

From this streamlined, proven program that teaches the art and skill of teaching yoga classes, you will be able to confidently and effectively teach group and private yoga classes of any level. Learn how to:

  • Skillfully teach over 50 poses
  • Build sequences
  • Give hands-on adjustments
  • Use verbal and visual cuing
  • Safely teach students with injuries
  • Open and close a class
  • Communicate effectively
  • Structure classes
  • A Yoga Binder ( I call it the Yoga Bible)

Starting Saturday, February 28th and ending Sunday March 15th, 2014. Noon to 4:00 PM Sat+Sun at CPMFITness. If you need to miss a day or a weekend, don’t worry! Make up classes are available!

For More Information: Email: fitchicla@gmail.com. Spaces are limited to 10 people, so make sure to reserve your space quickly.

Fit and Flow Yoga

Don’t miss this new class. Fit and Flow Yoga at 5:30 am on Tuesdays is coached by Annie and it is awesome! Fit and Flow is a class designed to strengthen your body while giving you a total body workout. Fit and Flow classes are set to up-beat music. The class is designed to tone and sculpt every major muscle group. Fit and Flow compliments your regular yoga practice while boosting your metabolism and pushing your strength and flexibility to new heights. By incorporating strength-training exercises such as squats, lunges and push-ups with mobility,  you will be able to see visible results in no time!

And now another edition of….

Reflections, by Mother Plucker

My personal thoughts on another fantastic week at CPMFitness.

1. GOAL PATROL! Do you have a personal gym goal that you are trying to achieve in 2015? Check out the goal board by the dumbbells. Make it official. Write down your goal and the date by which you want to complete it. I’ve got about 10 goals and Chris said I can only write one of them down at a time. So to help you out, here are some examples of valid and invalid goals:

  • Body weight power clean – VALID
  • Don’t eat a cupcake today – INVALID
  • 10 strict pull-ups in a row – VALID
  • Don’t buy anything from Athleta for one week – INVALID
  • 3:25 1K row – VALID

2. If my mountain climbers are any indication of how well I would do actually climbing a mountain, I’m in trouble!

3. I’m almost embarrassed to admit it but my husband and I have gotten hooked on the show Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Ranch. We’ve only watched a couple episodes but it is crazy. A lot of crossfitters compete in it, men and women. Click HERE to watch a preview. I think some of you might like it!

4. This pic describes Wednesday’s workout perfectly.

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The O-Board Says…

10 HSPU /20 HR Pushup
20 Broad Jumps
30 Arch Rocks
40 DB Snatch
50 Medball Cleans

1k Row

50 Medball Cleans
40 DB Snatch
30 Arch Rocks
20 Broad Jumps
10 HSPU / 20 HR Pushup

Posted by: Emily