Workouts

Unless you did gymnastics as a child it can be a very challenging skill set to practice as an adult. Coach Roger Harrell helps us get a jump on it with these workouts.
Daunted by gymnastics? Need some basic drills and skills to work on? This workout cycle is for you - all about building your basic gymnastic skills with Coach Roger Harrell.
This cycle of the Women’s WOD will focus on developing lower body strength and midline stability, using bodyweight movements and kettlebell skill work, to strengthen and condition the entire body.
Today begins week two of gymnastics programming from coach Roger Harrell. Is gymnastics a weak point for you? Well, then get in here and try these workouts!
This cycle of the Women’s WOD will focus on developing lower body strength and midline stability, using bodyweight movements and kettlebell skill work, to strengthen and condition the entire body.
Looking to improve your gymnastics skills? Look no further - for three weeks Roger Harrell will guide you through how to get better at your gymnastics basics.
This cycle of the Women’s WOD will focus on developing lower body strength and midline stability, using bodyweight movements and kettlebell skill work, to strengthen and condition the entire body.
Daunted by gymnastics? Wondering how to get better at it? Follow our three weeks of gymnastics workouts and build on your skills!
Want to get better at gymnastics? Get started with our three weeks of gymnastics-oriented workouts from former UC Davis competitive gymnast Roger Harrell.
This cycle of the Women’s WOD will focus on developing lower body strength and midline stability, using bodyweight movements and kettlebell skill work, to strengthen and condition the entire body.
This week is the beginning of a three week progression of gymnastics-oriented workouts from veteran gymnastics coach Roger Harrell.
This cycle of the Women’s WOD will focus on developing lower body strength and midline stability, using bodyweight movements and kettlebell skill work, to strengthen and condition the entire body.
Our final day of Olympic weightlifting programming from coach John Farr. You may never have done any Olympic weightlifting before, but you can still use it to get fast and strong.
This cycle of the Women’s WOD will focus on developing lower body strength and midline stability, using bodyweight movements and kettlebell skill work, to strengthen and condition the entire body.
Our second to last day of workouts from Olympic weightlifting coach and champion lifter himself, John Farr.
You can still get in on the speed and strength development that comes from Olympic weightlifting - start doing our workouts with coach John Farr today!
This cycle of the Women’s WOD will focus on developing lower body strength and midline stability, using bodyweight movements and kettlebell skill work, to strengthen and condition the entire body.