CrossFit Level 1
CrossFit Level 2
3-3-3-3-3 Back Squat
Level 3 athletes work at 85% for all sets.
4 Rounds For Time:
10 Burpee Box Jumps, 24/20″
Time Cap: 10 Minutes
Beginning Monday, March 13th, we will be amending our Free Intro, morning Olympic Weightlifting, 8:30pm Level 2, and CrossFit Level 3 schedule. Please read on for the details!
Please note: Basic Training will be on HIATUS for the duration of the Open (through March 24th) -- both Wednesday and Friday 6:30pm classes will be CrossFit Level 2 during this time!
The CrossFit Games Open is a five-week competition that starts at the end of February! Each week, CrossFit releases a workout that athletes all over the world complete. We'll be running an in-house competition around these workouts: every Virtuosity athlete will be assigned to a team, either the AM Avengers with fearless leader Coach Morgan, or the PM X-Men with fearless leader Coach Ariel!
Wondering what the CrossFit Games Open is, and why you should sign up for it? Read on! And don't forget to register at games.crossfit.com starting Thursday January 12th!
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Our finest investigative reporter uncovers the secret real life identities of people you’ve only ever seen in sweatpants for our documentary series ALTER EGOS. For this special CrossFit Games Open installment @spensermestel finds out a few things about Coach @morgpitch!
🏋 OPEN LIFE
:: Started CrossFit: 2008 in College Station, TX.
:: Years of CrossFit: 9.
:: First Open: 2015.
:: Favorite Open Workout: 15.1 (max clean and jerk) or 16.2 (heavy cleans).
:: Open Superpowers: "Anything with a barbell or barbell cycling."
:: Open Kryptonite: Gymnastics, except for handstand walks, which Morgan "does for days." She didn’t get her first ring muscle-up until the Open in 2015, 7 years after starting CrossFit.
:: Wish For The 2017 Open: Heavy, heavy Olympic lifts. Her one rep maxes? Back Squat: 305; Clean and Jerk: 230; Snatch: 190.
:: Loves Most About The Open: Competing – for real! Morgan’s fighting for one of three slots on the CrossFit Queens regional competition team. So far, she's holding her own: for 17.3, she finished 11 rounds and 9 pull-ups and ranked 56th in the North East region.
...keep reading for Morgan's real life identity!