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CFVP is proud to announce one our exciting new class offerings. Team CFVP will be starting with the opening of our new space. The term "Team" doesn't mean you have to be a competitor to particpate. However, it will be different in some aspects and in general, suited to the more experienced athlete.  The idea will be to let athletes work on more advanced skills and incorporate these skills into conditioning workouts. While we continue to work on all details that will help you decide if these classes are for you, here are some general guidelines. Remember you will see particular classes on the schedule with movements/skills you may or may not have. Those same skills will still exist in our regular classes so keep working hard on acquiring them!  If you aren't sure about a class but want to try it, just consult with one of your coaches.

  • You should have a SOLID understanding of the major lifts including Back Squat, Front Squat, Overhead Squat, Deadlift, Overhead Press, Push Press. This means you should know at least 3 cues for proper mechanics. You should also know your relative max weights for these lifts.
  • You should have a SOLID understanding of Gymnastics principles including hollow body posture, hanging principles, and kipping technique.
  • You should have a solid base of strength for all of the above. Squat and Deadlift strength should be at a minimum of bodyweight. Press Strength should be a minumum of 1/2 bodyweight. You should be able to execute a minimum of 8 push-ups and 3 Dead Hang Pull-ups.
  • You should have a SOLID understanding of the Olympic Lifts, being able to explain the principles and know movement cues. Remember we will have Olympic Lifting Classes to help you learn as well. You should also make mobility/flexibility a consistent part of your training.
  • You will need to have a training Log Book.
  • You should know, understand, and execute Range of Motion and technique demands both during strength work and conditioning workouts. We will be considerate of flexibility issues.


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