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104. Chris Spigner | 7 Mile Strength and Fitness

Today Ackerman is chatting with Chris Spigner, they met Chris was up for re-validation of his level one. Chris’s name may sound familiar he use to play for the Boston Red Socks, sorry Yankee fans. Chris gets deep on what happened when he got released from the Red Sock...

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104. Chris Spigner | 7 Mile Strength and Fitness

103. Meagan Burns | Per Ignem CrossFit

On today episode Fern sits down with Meagan Burns. Meagan is pretty cool she’s one of the youngest females to have made it on to seminar staff at just 21, she now on her 8th year of being part of staff. Her Crossfit journey all start when she got...

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103. Meagan Burns | Per Ignem CrossFit

102. Maggie Tincher | CrossFit Reston

In today episode Fern chats with Maggie Tincher. Maggie is a long-time member of Semair Staff, a level 4 Coach, former firefighter and owns two Affiliates: CrossFit Fairfax and CrossFit Reston. She’s been running an affiliate for 13 years plus, that incredible. This a just a shortlist of...

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102. Maggie Tincher | CrossFit Reston

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  • Failing to plan, means planning to fail.  Part of effective group management is creating a class lesson plan.  Whether you write the programming or outsource it, lesson planning is a great skill to practice.  Who writes their own class plan or timeline? How does it help your clients have the best hour of their day?
  • Our recent guest on the podcast @gainzbydrj gave one of the keynotes this year at the CrossFit Trainer Summit.  Really cool to see people like this interacting and collaborating with the community to pursue health and fitness.
  • On today’s episode Fern (@jfern3 ) chats with Meagan Burns (@meagburns224 ) about what it was like being so young and on staff. Meagan’s resume is so impressive make sure to check it out! 
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  • Notice the difference in Vince’s grip here as he prepares to Shoulder Press. 
What are the potential faults that this narrow grip will likely bring out?
  • Can you image coaching a class in just 30min? Well in today’s episode Fern (@jfern3) sit down with his mentor Maggie Tincher (@magstincher) they discuss everything! If you want to know how to run a success affiliate for more then 13 years or have 3 red shirt  coache at your gym? This episode is for you! 
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  • This week we are going to take a look at how stance and/or grip can play a huge role in movement mechanics. 
Effective Stance & Grip is one of the common movement themes discussed in the CrossFit Level 2 Trainer Course. And this plays a major role in an athlete’s ability to express points of performance of a given movement. 
Swipe to check out OG demo girl Jenni Orr when she changes her stance from slightly inside shoulder width, to right at shoulder width. 
Without adjusting Jenni’s stance, many attempts at correcting the faults displayed were completely ineffective (Please note: this was a real training moment. I tried to get Jenni in the best position possible while keeping her feet there. And she gave me full effort). Not until we widened the stance was she able to make some real change. 
Stay tuned this week for more examples like this!