The methodology behind Longevity Track is to practice CrossFit with safety as priority one. This is executed by educating our athletes with the basics of technique. Those basics are then reinforced in class again and again until the movements are consistently performed to a high standard. Once that athlete displays a degree of ability they are encouraged to start making slow, sustainable gains over time. Each class is a chance to study and improve upon the craft of CrossFit.
Longevity Track is the corner stone of our programming at Wolverine Strength and Conditioning. Our daily workouts are taught, following this track.
Optional Track is an extension of Longevity Track. Athletes that choose the optional work for the day typically complete it on their own before or after class. This may include some accessory work, skills, or endurance training.
The methodology behind Competitive Track is to prepare our athletes for local competitions and The CrossFit Games Open. This is accomplished by increasing volume wisely throughout the year in three month blocks. Each block leads to an increase in strength gains and work capacity measured by benchmarks.
Competitive Track is done in addition to Longevity Track, completed before or after class.
Technique, technique, technique! In this class we can begin to go over some of the nuances of Power and Olympic weightlifting. The primary focus is strength and power. Olympic weightlifting is a major part of a lot of CrossFit workouts. Not only do we train you in sport specificity of Olympic weightlifting, we train you to be better at CrossFit.
Foundations gives you all of the necessary skills needed to be successful at CrossFit. You will never be perfect but you will be better. We have two choices of Foundations, Small Group and Individual.
Every athlete is different. What works for one athlete may not work for another. This may require individualized programming. This is available by working one-on-one with a member of our staff to discuss your goal and develop a program to meet that goal.
See a staff member to find out more and schedule a private session.