Traditional CrossFit programming will improve your endurance. That’s a fact! However, if you’re looking to train for and compete in endurance events, our CrossFit Endurance program breaks down the techniques and skills that these events demand. With careful planning, our CrossFit Endurance plan increases both power and speed while decreasing recovery time, reducing injury, promoting preservation of lean tissue, and creating a more sustainable performance curve.
We focus on eliminating unnecessary volume of training while increasing intensity. Our programming is structured, sport-specific and seamlessly integrated with Olympic lifts, powerlifting, gymnastics movements, explosive activity and mobility-based support. Everything we do focuses on midline stabilization and working from the inside out. If you’re curious about the specific benefits of CrossFit Endurance, be sure to check out this blog post.
Our next CrossFit Endurance workshop will be: Saturday, April 6, 2019 @ 10:00 AM
Our next CrossFit Endurance cycle will start on: Monday, April 8, 2019
Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 7:00PM-8:00PM
Here’s what CrossFit Endurance participants at CrossFit Undeniable had to say about their experiences:
I’ve never taken part in an endurance program or really been much of a runner, until this summer. To be honest, I believed that I just wasn’t capable of running quickly, for long distances, or without pain and had just accepted this about myself. This program changed that for me. I now know, for a fact, that I am far more capable and actually enjoy running. Having learned to run well, with good mechanics, body posture, and a cadence, has helped tremendously. I feel much more confident and don’t shy away from workouts where running is involved anymore. Not only did this program help with learning to run well, it also taught me how to take care of my body properly; challenged me to move quickly, while under fatigue, whether it was with weights or not; and to push my limits a little further each day. I would recommend an endurance program to anyone who is looking to be stronger and faster, build community, and experience that fitness is fun!
The technique work alone makes this program relevant and valuable for anyone that finds themselves running for any purpose. Endurance demands a heightened sense of body awareness for optimal performance, and it pushes even “comfortable” and competitive runners to more intense pacing and intervals. Not only did every person in this cycle witness improvements on their time trials, but moreso people walked away with a greater sense of their body’s capacity for heightened intensity and sustainability. The shifting of people’s mindset toward the workload that running demands for a more positive and confident outlook made this program one of the most valuable aspects provided at CrossFit Undeniable
The endurance program at CFU is worth every penny. It’s a great experience–whether you hate running or you already love it, you’ll come away faster and more ready for any sort of workout.
I don’t enjoy running, never have, which is why I knew I needed to sign up for this program. My goal from the start was to improve my running pace and not panic when there is running in a workout. After 8 weeks of grueling workouts and AMAZING coaching I can confidently say that I no longer panic when running is in a workout. I also improved my 5k pace by over two minutes. I highly, HIGHLY recommend that everyone gives Endurance program a try; you won’t be sorry that you did! 🙂
I learned so much about the mechanics of running and received individualized coaching on how to improve my form. Crossfit Endurance at CFU took my okay form to proper form that will keep me running for miles.I didn’t really know what to expect from a CrossFit running program, especially when I’m interested in the marathon and ultra-marathon running distances. What I received was an education in what pose running is and the value within. Upon completion of the program, I’ve found i’m activating additional muscles which has improved my speed slightly and my endurance greatly. While my form still isn’t perfect, I’ve learned tools to help me identify and correct mistakes in form while running.