FRCF Spring Weightlifting Meet 2019

Dates: June 8-9, 2019

Registration: Registration is Closed. We are not accepting any other changes at this date. The start list is final. If you do not make weight at weigh in, you can weigh in again with the next heavier class. Please contact Jodi@FrontRangeCrossFit.com with questions.

Schedule: FRCF Weightlifting Meet 2019 – Start List – Posted 2019-06-06

I will be updating the file until Wednesday. After Wednesday, any remaining changes will have to be made at check in on Saturday and Sunday.

This is a sanctioned USAW event: To compete at this meet, you must be a registered lifter with USAW. This is an Olympic Lifting meet, the two lifts contested are the Snatch and the Clean and Jerk.

Rules: All USAW rules will be followed.

Attire: You must wear a weightlifting singlet and weightlifting shoes.

Awards: Senior, Master and Youth will receive awards by weight class. As well as for Best Lifter, and Top Clubs, Male and Female.

The Weightlifting Club Competition: will be contested with teams of up to eight men and eight women. No more than 2 lifters can be in the same weight class. Coaches must declare their teams prior to the start of the meet on Saturday.

Weight classes: We will be using all of the new 2018 weight classes.

You will need to declare your weight class when you register, but you will be able to change it up to the weigh-in.

Age Groups: we will have awards for Youth, Junior, Senior and Master age groups.

  • School Age = 13 and under
  • Youth = 14-17
  • Junior = 18-20
  • Senior = 21+
  • Master = 35+

All Updates: will be posted here.

Questions: Email jodi@frontrangecrossfit.com

We look forward to seeing you at the event.

CrossFit Level-2 Certificate Course

REGISTRATION

You must register for this course through CrossFit.com

https://crossfit.regfox.com/l2denvermay2019

THE LEVEL 2 CERTIFICATE COURSE IS AN INTERMEDIATE-LEVEL SEMINAR THAT BUILDS ON THE CONCEPTS AND MOVEMENTS INTRODUCED AT THE LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE COURSE.

This course is ideally suited for any CrossFit trainer serious about delivering quality coaching. Students enhance their understanding of the CrossFit methodology, program design and implementation, and they advance their skills while coaching others in movements and workouts. Students need to come prepared to be heavily engaged; each leads individual and small-group training sessions, and classroom sessions are discussion-based. Peers and instructors provide feedback and evaluation.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The Level 2 Certificate Course teaches participants to:

  1. Describe essential mechanics of functional movement.
  2. Demonstrate essential mechanics of functional movement.
  3. Identify static and dynamic faults.
  4. Define effective methods for correcting faults.
  5. Demonstrate correction of faults using tactile, verbal and visual cues.
  6. Exhibit and assess effective presence and attitude.
  7. Identify and demonstrate essential qualities of an effective trainer.
  8. Describe strategies for designing a program and evaluating its effectiveness.
  9. Outline and describe each key component of a class lesson plan.
  10. Evaluate the group management skill of a trainer.
  11. Evaluate individual’s athletic capacity and be able to scale workouts to the appropriate level as needed.

PREREQUISITES

  • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer Certificate (CF-L1) or higher credential

RECOMMENDED

TEST RESULTS AND CERTIFICATES

  • In Tested Locations (see the Level 2 Participant Handbook for details):
    • Test results are delivered to participants via email five to seven days from the test date.
    • Individuals receive a pass-or-fail result. No numerical score will be issued.
    • Certificates of attendance are emailed within one month of course attendance. Trainer certificates are individually mailed and can take four to six weeks to arrive for those living in the United States and eight to twelve weeks for those living outside the United States.
  • In Non-Tested locations:
    • Certificates of attendance are emailed within one month of course attendance. Trainer certificates are individually mailed and can take four to six weeks to arrive for those living in the United States and eight to twelve weeks for those living outside the United States.

LANGUAGE

The default language for the Level 2 Course is English. In some countries, a translator is provided. If a translator is provided, lecture and small-group practical sessions are translated in real time. Courses with a translator are specified in the “Language” section from the event registration link. Generally, translators are used in Latin America and some countries in Europe and Asia.

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUS)

Upon successful completion of this course, a Certified CrossFit Trainer may claim 13 CEUs towards their continuing education.

Train to Transition Hero Fundraiser – Memorial Day

Memorial Day, May 27th, 2019 – Monday

Front Range CrossFit will be raising money for the Train to Transition Veterans Project with a CrossFit Hero workout fundraiser.

Train to Transition info here.

Come in and train with your friends for a great cause.

All donations go to T3 (no set fee).