Nutrition Seminar with Sarah Pierce!
Come and join us for this annual event! We will be running heats of "Murph" at 9am, 10:30am, and noon. Stay after your workout for our Memorial Day BBQ! We will be grilling and drinking, so come on by and spend your Memorial Day with us!
3rd Annual - 2017 USAW Crow Hill Open!
Come raise a glass with us at our monthly AMRAPPY Hour! Each month we meet at Berg'n (Bergen between Franklin and Classon) at 7pm for some cocktails and conversation!
Everyone is welcome, come on by and meet your fellow Crows!
Running Club will be up and running April 1st!
Come and join us in celebrating the end of another CrossFit Open season! We will be gathering around 3pm at The Bearded Lady on Washington Ave. and St. Marks Ave. Bring a friend, and stay for a while!
6 Week Weightlifting Cycle at Murder of Crows Barbell
In House Competition! Click here for information about registration.
Leo Totten Weightlifting Camp
Crow Hill turns 4! Let the party begin!
Double Under Seminar with Punk Rope!
Cold Spring Hike!
Social hour(s) at Franklin Park!
Level 2 Classes have started!
Crow Hill Running Club meets weekly on Tuesdays at 7pm (THIS WEEK WEDNESDAY!) at the Grand Army Plaza Entrance of Prospect Park.
Crow Hill Running Club is led by Coach Dan and is a great way to combine your love of running with your love for CrossFit. Our Running Club runs on a simple philosophy. We learn HOW to do a thing first. Once we feel competent in the technique, then we can add intensity to that movement. If your technique can hold up under intensity, then, and ONLY then will we add volume.
Seems simple. Learn HOW to do a thing before you do the thing LOTS. And this seems logical to anyone that thinks about it. And yet running is somehow excluded from this. Want to run a half marathon? Ok, let’s look at the training plan and see how many miles I should be running every week. Miles, miles, miles. In fact, runners tend to see the hierarchy completely reversed. Volume first, then MAYBE intensity, and then, maybe far off in the future, add a little technique in just because. And then we wonder why two our of three runners get injured every year.
We want to change it up. We want to be different. We understand that being strong is an important aspect of health and running. In fact the stronger you are (combined with proper technique), the faster you will run. Learn how to run. Lifts heavy weights a couple of times a week. Realize that stronger IS faster.
Level 2 Classes start this week with testing!
Our Running Club meets every Tuesday at 7pm at the Grand Army Plaza Entrance of Prospect Park.
Advanced Olympic Lifting Certification with 2x Olympic Team Captain, Leo Totten!
Our Running Club meets every Tuesday at 7pm at the Grand Army Plaza entrance of Prospect Park!