Our member of the month for March is another fairly new face at CrossFit GVA. Anastasija has been training with us for 6 months. She has a very interesting backstory. Not only for where she comes from but also what she does for a living!...

As with last week, Monday will be the first of our level method tests and it’s a tough one – squat endurance. This test is based on the back squat, more specifically a single set of 20 unbroken reps in the back squat. The set of...

Our very first level method assessment on Monday is going to be a simple one – the front squat. As with all the level method tests, there are different levels for everyone. ...

This March will see our biggest implementation of the Level Method, but it is not the first time we have done it. We began last year and some of our members have already been through the entire process. We caught up with one of our...

Our Level Method assessment period kicks off at the beginning of March and you may be wondering how it is going to work....

March will kick off our assessment period with 3 weeks of work on the Level Method. This is something relatively new for us and we get a lot of questions as to why we are doing it....

MONDAY. The reps in our back squat will decrease slightly from last week with sets of 5 going down to sets of 3 and the following format 5-5-3-3-3. Your heaviest set of 5 should be heavier than your heaviest set of 5 from last week. Be conservative...

We have talked a lot recently about the Level Method and that it will form a major part of our programming in March. You may not all be familiar with the Level Method so here is an overview of the Level Method system....

Monday’s session continues with the Snatch. It is the same format as last week and the simple goal is to go slightly heavier. One of the issues we see in the snatch is a “lazy” finish. So instead of pulling under the bar, the athlete...

Monday’s session continues with the Snatch. It is the same format as last week and the simple goal is to go slightly heavier. One of the issues we see in the snatch is a “lazy” finish. So instead of pulling under the bar, the athlete...