We’d like to introduce you all to Bryan Bennett, our newest coach at CrossFit Glendive! Bennett (as most of you know him as) comes to us with years of experience with CrossFit. He is a Sheriff’s Deputy with Dawson County Sheriff’s Office. He has a wonderful wife, Lacie, and they are raising two adorable kids here in Glendive.
“My personal journey to better health and fitness began in 2008. Turning 30, I knew I needed a more positive direction in life. Being a farm kid and serving in the U.S. Army instilled in me the importance of being and staying active. In 2012, I attended my first CrossFit class and was instantly hooked.
The CrossFit box was uplifting, encouraging, and the sense of camaraderie among all those that attended was contagious and they soon became like family. Sharing in each others’ triumphs, pushing each other to keep going and never judging a person for not getting one more rep but telling them how great they did and that they will get it next time, are the heart and soul of the CrossFit community. Even in competition across the boards people cheer for each other, share in their winnings and focus on strengths in each other while positively encouraging growth in weaker areas.
I know I have an awesome opportunity to help people change their lives being a coach/trainer and athlete at CrossFit Glendive. What good is knowledge to others if you keep it to yourself? I would like to share my knowledge with you all.”
CrossFit Judges Course Certificate
We are glad to have you, Bennett! Everyone give him a warm welcome as our newest staff member. We are excited to keep growing with his experience and his love of all things CrossFit!
CHIPPER WOD (PARTITION REPS ANY WAY YOU’D LIKE)
100 AIR SQUATS
100 KBS (53/35)
100 JUMPING PULL-UPS
100 DOUBLE UNDERS (200 SINGLE UNDERS)
ALTERNATING DB SNATCHES (35)
HERO WOD for Deputy Sheriff Mason Moore: Moore was killed in the line of duty on 5/16/17 near Three Forks, Montana.
Firetower CrossFit and CrossFit Helena have invited other gyms to run this workout on 5/24/17 as a way to honor him. Deputy Moore left behind his wife and three children.
15 THRUSTERS 95/65
*3 ROPE CLIMBS TO BE COMPLETED AT ANY POINT DURING EACH ROUND
Rounds (# of kids), Run (badge number), Thrusters (years in law enforcement), Burpees (age), Rope (years with Broadwater Sheriff’s Office).
SCALE AS NEEDED, guys. Lower the reps, scale the load… Just attempting it and doing YOUR best is such a wonderful way to honor him.
RIP Deputy Moore.
SHOULDER TO OVERHEAD (95/65)
*** WHATEVER WEIGHT YOU CHOOSE MUST BE THE SAME FOR BOTH THE DEADLIFT AND SHOULDER TO OVERHEAD***
NO SATURDAY WOD, SEE YOU MONDAY FOR MURPH.
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