Ever-FIT Sessions – comparison with Crossfit

So what’s the difference between a crossfit WOD and an Ever-FIT session? Short answer….. Not much

As you would know every gym, personal training studio and crossfit box has their unique way of doing things. At the SB Ever-FIT Transformation Hub we are no different. So we all know what a Crossfit WOD is, if not Google it. But how does an Ever-FIT session differ to a ‘traditional’ Cross Fit WoD?

At SB Ever-FIT a WoD/Ever-FIT session will normally go for a minimum of 30min plus 10-15min of technique/instruction, this could include 2-3 workouts/AMRAP’s within the one 45min to 1 hour session. Also due to the size of the Coorparoo SB Ever-FIT Transformation Hub and available equipment Ever-FIT sessions do not or very rarely run in waves, therefore all participants will get a full workout for the entire session and not have to ‘wait’ for their turn or count a partners reps.

Also Ever-FIT sessions are scaled to the point where only those who have completed the 8 hour foundation course and indicate they are competent in the fundamental lifting movements i.e. the Clean and Jerk, Snatch, Deadlift etc can attempt the higher/advanced movements. The foundation course is run monthly.

The Crossfit style of training is a great way to approach fitness, it sometimes gets a bad rap and this is not due to any fault of Crossfit, however it is the ‘coach’ or box that is to be blamed. Just like any fitness or personal training centre there is the good, the great and the bad.

The video is an example of an Everfit session. This session took place with 37 attendees and 10 new attendees who have never exercised before. The session was scaled and allowed for all fitness levels although there was still a need to improve the technique with the inexperienced/new participants.

The fundamental ingredient in a successful marriage

It’s a well-known fact that communication is a key ingredient in a successful marriage. Without effective communication, a couple is unable to discuss important issues and resolve their disagreements. This can often lead to feelings of detachment, anger or resentment in the long term. Although I refer to communication in relationships these tips are equally important in any important relationship in your life.

Communication can be tough, especially if it is with someone you have been in a relationship with for a long time. After a while, couples get comfortable with each other and, as a result, the level of communication tends to decrease. Assuming your partner already knows something or not taking the time to communicate with them can lead to a relationship breakdown over time.

Comfort should not equal less communication. There are many issues that may arise if you don’t keep yourself open and make an effort to communicate with your partner. Follow these simple tips to keep the communication lines open between you and your partner.

1. Never Assume
It’s important not to assume something unless you’ve communicated directly with your partner about it. This could be anything from a roster of household chores, to making assumptions about the way your partner thinks or feels about a particular issue. If you’re unsure, ask your partner and avoid arguments or misunderstandings.

2. Say what you mean
If you have something to say, say it. But make sure you’re clear with your communication and that you’re actually getting the right message across. There’s nothing more confusing (and frustrating) than receiving conflicting messages from your partner. In some cases, it may even help to write your thoughts and feelings on a piece of paper. By writing it down you are able to construct your thoughts in a clear and concise way and ensure you’re getting all the important bits of information across.

3. Don’t be afraid of a disagreement
If you disagree with something your partner has said or done, you should let them know in a calm and reasonable manner. Don’t avoid these conversations for fear of a disagreement. While a disagreement may be difficult to deal with in the short term, an open dialogue about such issues will do wonders for your relationship in the long run. By staying quiet about issues that are important to you, you will only become resentful and angry.

4. Communicate the good, not just the bad
Communication in relationships is not just important when there is an issue to address. If you have something good to say about your partner, say it loud and often. By communicating feelings of love and appreciation with your partner you will nurture the love and trust in your relationship.

5. Make time to communicate
With work and kids and extra curriculum activities it’s easy to see how some couples can’t find the time to communicate with each other. It’s very important you set aside some time on a regular basis to reconnect and communicate with your partner. This may be every day or simply on a weekly basis. Make sure you shut off all electronics and remove yourself from distractions to really focus on what each other has to say.

AusPsychology offers professional counselling services to people having communication difficulties. Their experienced counsellors can help you improve your communication skills and work towards better relationships with your partner or significant others. If you would like to talk to someone about marriage counselling brisbane, contact AusPsychology today.

Originally posted 2014-02-21 01:29:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter