Kristine Salmon, D.C. Seminar Series

The Zone is very excited to have Kristine Salmon, D.C. come down and visit us!  She will be presenting two seminars:

8:00 p.m. Monday, July 18th – Shoulder and Low Back Stability

8:00 p.m. Monday, July 25th – Nutrition and Hydration Around Athletics

Here’s a little about Kristine to help you get to know her better:

Dr.  Kristine Salmon is a Chiropractor, Certified Strength and Condition Specialist and an Anatomy teacher.   She has a keen interest in exercise and as such looks to rehabilitate her patients with multiple tools, makings sure to ease pain, and correct the problem at hand.  She graduated from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario with a Maurader Scholar designation after four years of Varsity Basketball.  She continued to Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where she completed her four year doctorate, as well as taking courses in exercise training, contemporary medical acupuncture and active release techniques.  Dr.  Salmon focuses on soft tissue injuries as well as traditional back pain, and is also educated in nutrition/supplementation and loves to help her patients not only heal, but live a well and balanced life.

You can sign up in the office for this great Seminar Series.  Come out and learn something that will help you in your CrossFit endeavours, and beyond!

Today’s Workout

Buy-in:  Snatch Tech – demo by coach, then 5 rounds of

  • 1 hang power snatch, 1 overhead squat, 1 snatch balance, 1 hang squat snatch
  • progress from a light bar towards wod weight

WOD:  Roswall

This is an interval workout, with each successive interval starting on a 5 min timer.

5 rounds for individual time of:

  • 250m row
  • 12 kbs (35/55)
  • 6 wallball (hit the DOT)
  • add your slowest round and your fastest round together to get your time

Zone 2:  scale kbs as needed, scale wallballs to 10/14 (girls to 9′)

Zone 1:  scale as needed

Cash-Out:  foam roll and stretch shoulders, upper back, pecs

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