Welcome to Georgia Strength and Classic City CrossFit, the ONLY CrossFit gym in town run by dedicated, full time fitness professionals. Our coaches have over two decades of combined experience: in the classroom, on the competition floor (CrossFit Games, national USAW lifting meets, collegiate sports), and most importantly, perfecting their craft in various gyms over a span of thousands of hours. We are located at 1337 West Hancock in downtown Athens and offer several programs including CrossFit, olympic weightlifting for aspiring competitors, an after school kids’ class for sports performance, a low impact Masters class (*CrossFit Lite), and lunchtime interval classes for busy professionals and students on the go.
When you come to Georgia Strength, you will be coached by the owners and our experienced coaches who underwent hundreds of hours of shadowing prior to acceptance into our ranks.
Each client’s training is expertly tailored to their particular needs based on their age, experience, strength, mobility, and any relevant injuries or issues. When you train at Georgia Strngth, you will get better at everything: strength and endurance, power and mobility, balance, coordination, and agility, all while striving to get outside of your comfort zone where progress is made and confidence is built.
We are always strive to make our programs accessible for anyone who wants to be here. If you are concerned with price, talk to us about it and we will do our best to work something out. Come join our community and become a part of our extended family today!
WORK ON YOUR MOBILITY!
Got tight ankles? Sara, Jenn, Eddie, Amy, Ben, Tyler, J Finger, Evan, Chris, Jack, Dylan, and anyone else I’m forgetting.
Take your rest day to do some light recovery cardio followed by some time devoted to your flexibility issues. If you don’t know what yours are, don’t hesitate to ask.
Overhead squat suck? Could be due to any one of a number of different mobility problems, from the shoulders to the thoracic spine to the ankles. Let’s start at the top and work our way down.
Be sure to test your overhead squat with a PVC pipe (if you’re not sure how bad it is, video yourself) before and after your mobility work.
20-30 min of light cardio followed by 20-30 min of stretching and misc mobility work. You know where your problems are – work on them!
Quote of the day: The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease. ~Thomas Edison
Kelsey matches her PR from the CF Games SE Regionals snatch ladder event
Accumulate 30 min of mobility work throughout the day
Active Recovery/Mobility/Hydrate and rest up!
Accumulate 30 min of mobility/recovery work (flossing, rolling, lacrosse ball, massage, etc) throughout day
Got tight calves??