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Friday Group Strength and Conditioning

For time: -8 deadlifts -40 GHD sit-ups -80 double-unders -4 rope climbs -80 wall-ball shots -4 rope climbs -80 double-unders -40 GHD sit-ups -8 deadlifts


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Jocelyn Streng

Hello, I’m Jocelyn, your new coach and owner of PDXstrength! I grew up competing and participating in a wide range of sports and obtained my B.S. in Physical Education and Health Promotion.  At University of Oregon, I was a Division I three-sport athlete, competing in track, cross country, and tennis.

Nigel

Hi, I’m Nigel- the head coach at PDXstrength. A biologist by trade, I originally started CrossFit as a way to supplement skill-training in mixed martial arts. I needed to find ways to get stronger, recover from serious injuries and gain conditioning without getting hit, choked, or twisted out of joint.

Super Laura

Hi I’m Laura, one of your coaches at PDXstrength. Ready to get awesome with me? My classes are high energy and fun! I have an upbeat and positive attitude, and along with my spunky spirit, you are guaranteed a super awesome time when you take one of my classes.

Ken Hess

Hi, I’m Ken. I’ve been CrossFitting since I first heard about it back in 2006. I was apprehensive at first, as CrossFit is a huge paradigm shift from your typical gym routine, and what you read about in all the health and fitness magazines.

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