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December 5, 2016

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December 5, 2016

Exciting News

Some of you have already caught wind of some exciting news that relates to the future of our gym. We’ve been known as CrossFit Vero Beach for the past eight years. In that time, we’ve grown from a small garage-style gym to the human performance facility we are now.

In addition to CrossFit classes, we offer:

  • Sweat: a functional cardio-based program
  • Structure: a program to assess, address and fix imbalances and weaknesses
  • Barbell: our Olympic weightlifting program and team
  • Kids and Teens: strength and conditioning for the next generation of athletes
  • Personal Training
  • Nutrition Services

Because our offering is so varied and professional, we felt that “CrossFit Vero Beach” no longer reflects our evolution. Therefore, we are changing the name of our gym to Vero Strength + Conditioning.

We feel that this change will allow us to reach a wider audience, specifically those who believe CrossFit is intimidating or dangerous. “CrossFit” is a brand name for a strength and conditioning program and the quality of each gym varies from affiliate to affiliate. Our coaching staff has education and experience that extends outside of the CrossFit space and we have been working with many people who choose not to join the group classes.

First and foremost, we want to stress that we will remain a CrossFit affiliate. We love CrossFit, the Open and most everything that this fitness revolution stands for. So, our current schedule will remain and CrossFit will still be our main training modality. Think of it as “Vero Strength + Conditioning, Home of CrossFit Vero Beach.”

We now have a new logo (the current logo still represents our affiliate) and we will be launching a new website tomorrow that will still include the daily workout (no whiteboard) and news/announcements.

If you have any questions or thoughts, we’d love to hear from you and welcome the opportunity to speak to anyone in person. Thanks for all of your support and we hope you are as excited about this change as we all are!

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOLLY!

Workout of the Day
:10
Every 2 minutes for 6 minutes
5 deadlift RX+ 225/165 RX 185/135 M 175/125
7 box jump
10 handstand push-ups (No Banded HSPU allowed, perform hand release push-ups if you aren’t able to kip)

Rest 4 minutes and Repeat:

Every 2 minute for 6 minutes
5 deadlift RX+ 225/165 RX 185/135 M 175/125
7 box jump
10 handstand push-ups (No Banded HSPU allowed, perform hand release push-ups if you aren’t able to kip)

:30
3 sets-
10 Bent over Supinated barbell rows
10 Sandbag or D-ball press

:40
Midline: 3 sets
1:00 Plank
:30 (each side) Side plank

:50
Mobility: 1 set
:30 each way 3-way hamstring stretch
:30 supinated passive bar hang

Post your scores to the Whiteboard.

3 Responses

  1. eric j

    Congratulations Rob, Wendy & coaches! I think it’s brilliant to not only stay ahead of the “curve”, but more importantly, identify the need/demand for a variety of functional training for all levels and ages of athletes. Looking forward to “hang’n” with your team for many years to come! Thanks for all you do!

  2. Susan & Charlie Clendening

    We love the logo and the progressive changes you have made over the past 8 years that benefit all of us ! AS coaches we are very excited with your continued growth and constantly raising the bar!

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