Crossfit & Barbell Sports

*CERTIFICATIONS & SEMINARS*
Catalyst Athletics
CrossFit
Starting Strength
USA Weightlifting

*PROGRAMMING*
California Strength
Catalyst Athletics
CompTrain
Crossfit Invictus
CrossFit Mayhem
Juggernaut Training Systems
SugarWod
Tia-Claire Toomey
WheelWOD

*ORGANIZATIONS/COMPETITION*
CrossFit
Crossroads Adaptive Athletic Alliance
I Am Adaptive
Paralympic Powerlifting
Special Olympics Powerlifting
USA Weightlifting

*EQUIPMENT/GEAR*
Altra Running Shoes
Fitbit
Garmin
Push Press Gym Management Software
Polar
Rogue Fitness Equipment
Whoop
Xero Shoes
Zen Planner Gym Management Software

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