At CrossFit Eaton we strive for a family friendly environment where kids can see their parents leading active, healthy lives. We have provided a dedicated space for your kids to hang out while you work out. Bringing your child to CrossFit Eaton is a privilege, and as such we ask that you read and understand the Box Rules for Kids. It’s important to remember that this is a place of business, and the safety of our members and families is our utmost priority and the reason for the rules.
CHILDREN MUST BE SUPERVISED WHILE PARENT(S) WORKOUT. PLEASE REMEMBER WE ARE COACHES, NOT DAYCARE PROVIDERS.
At CrossFit Eaton children will not be supervised by our staff, so we ask that you keep your eyes on them while you workout. If they need attention or assistance it is your responsibility to stop working out and take care of the situation. It is imperative to have our coaches on the floor to coach and motivate our athletes. If one of us is occupied with anything other than coaching our athletes, our ability to provide a quality service for our members is not possible.
PLEASE KEEP THE KIDS AREA CLEAN AND TIDY.
We regularly sanitize and clean, but try to leave the kids area a little nicer than how you found it to help maintain a safe and clean environment for your (and our) children. We expect each and every child (including our own!) to have self-control and respect for the coaches, the property, and other children. If this is not the case, we will inform you mid-workout to rectify the situation.
CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED ON THE GYM FLOOR OR EQUIPMENT.
Because we offer numerous group classes throughout the day, it is imperative that all children stay in the kids area for obvious safety reasons. It is your responsibility to teach and remind your kids to stay behind the RED LINE in the kids area with the exception of using the restroom. Our CrossFit Kids class will be starting back up again soon! We’ll keep you posted!
THANK YOU FOR KEEPING OUR GYM FAMILY FRIENDLY AND SAFE!
POWER CLEAN - WEIGHTLIFTING
Every 2:00 for 14:00 (7 sets)
2 Power cleans
The first 2-3 sets can be on the lighter side and should not provide much of a challenge. Loads should be difficult for the last 2-3 sets. The intent is not necessarily to build to max loads but athletes can do so if technique is sound and motivation is high. The goal is to have no failed reps.
AMRAP 10:00 of:
20 Dumbbell snatches, alternating arms (50lbs/35lbs)
10 Burpee box jump overs (24/20")
The load is intended to be light and allow the athlete to move consistently. The burpee box jump over should start and stay at a slow to a moderate consistent pace. Choose options that allow no less than 3 rounds.