The program template has changed slightly, as you have seen on the whiteboard to reflect updated focus points across all categories of training priorities. Focus points are in essence, priorities applied to a generic athlete who embodies the ideal capacities required for the skills being presented each week. Furthermore, each category is based on an underlying reason for training in the first place. In review, Function category is aimed at someone who attends on average of 3x/week (could be more), and wants the most functional training to relate to real life demands outside of sports. The Experience Category is aimed at someone who has been training consistently in general Strength and Conditioning, and wants to develop skills required to compete in the sport of fitness. CrossFit’s method of constantly varied functional movement at high intensity is used in part to achieve this aim, but it is not the only method used for either category. The Mastery category is intended to be used for those with an advanced training age, a balance of high level skills, and deep conditioning capacities across the spectrum of energy systems. This category in particular is not mentioned in the amended new template because from a coaches standpoint, I have not observed anyone who qualifies by having need for 12+ hours of training each week. If you disagree, and your perspective of what you want and what you need differs, than you are welcome to reach out to me at: jeremiah@crossfit-collective.com. 

The template for the next 4 weeks is being presented here and now for your reference to get an idea of what skill will be prioritized on a given day.

Monday:
O-lift ..alternating between Snatch and C&J (Experience)
Strength…General and balanced (Function)
Conditioning…interval style aimed at specific output in specific time domains or Energy Systems Training (EST)
Mobility…Before/After/Everyday…focused on Pike, Pancake, and Bridge Position

Tuesday:
Gymnastic Skill…Alternating between Pulling Drills and Pressing Drills
Conditioning/Skill Practice…full-body movement, general and low level skill loops repeated aerobically

Wednesday:
Squat…Alternating between back and front squat with progression from volume to intensity across weeks
Conditioning…EST with both cyclical and mixed modal formats
Mobility…Before/After/Everyday…focused on Pike, Pancake, and Bridge Position

Thursday:
Gymnastic Skill…Alternating between Pulling Drills and Pressing Drills based on what you did Tuesday
(Homework) LSD conditioning…Take a long hike run at controlled (easy) pace and/or practice skills along the way, up to 60min.

Friday:
O-lift…The other lift from whatever was featured on Monday
Conditioning…EST with both cyclical and mixed modal formats
Mobility…Before/After/Everyday…focused on Pike, Pancake, and Bridge Position

Saturday:
Teamwork Training…intended to be a mixer of community, and practice skills in teamwork dependent formats
LSD…Again, take another run/ruck for up to 60min and accumulate aerobic capacity at easy pace. 

In Week 4, there will be a deload of volume, to keep those interested, fresh for tests given on Monday and Friday.