High school students who are interested in physical fitness may benefit from enrolling in a college or university that offers extensive opportunities for exercise. Those who workout using a CrossFit regimen may want to enroll at Colorado Northwestern Community College's (CNCC) Rangely Campus, as the school is a university club affiliate of the program.
The institution's Trapper Fitness and CrossFit center offers certified instructors who teach classes through CNCC's physical education (PE) department, according to the school's website.
A CrossFit workout consists of constantly varied high intensity functional movement. The program uses a scientific approach to human movement through exercise.
The workouts of the day (WOD) are taught by certified instructors. In addition, Jim Gregoire, the director of the PE department on the Craig campus, designs his own WOD's to complement those that are posted daily on the CrossFit website.
The Trapper Fitness and CrossFit center also offers weight loss and life style change advice, power walking clinics and boulder climbing training.
According to its official website, CrossFit is the principal strength and conditioning program for many police academies and tactical operations teams, military special operations units, champion martial artists and professional athletes worldwide.
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