TRAIN with Me!
As a full-time doctor at The Cleveland Clinic I still aim to carve out enough time to maintain a high level of fitness. You might not have the luxury of spending hours in the gym each day, but that doesn't mean you can't get and stay fit! Thus, TRAIN was born: 1 hour in the gym per day, 5 days per week, fully scheduled out for you and jam-packed to build a solid foundation of GPP and proficiency in the full gamut of weightlifting, gymnastics, and monostructural skills. I will be doing this exact training program alongside you, so we can motivate and hold each other accountable!
Who should TRAIN?
The TRAIN program is for the ultra-busy person who wants to make the most of their 1 hour in the gym. The hour is fast-paced and involves a wide range of movements from monostructural to complex Olympic weightlifting and gymnastics skills. Prior experience and instruction in these movements is recommended, as well as an understanding of how to appropriately scale movements and workouts to fit your ability level. This program is a great fit for individuals who desire to train for local competitions, the Open, or just to be better at life in a time-efficient way. Grab a few friends to throw down with, and come TRAIN with me!
This is separate from the regular TRAIN program. No time to get to the gym? Whether you're traveling or have a jam-packed week at home, that doesn't mean you have to skip your workout. The TRAIN "On The Go" program provides you with a one-time 5 or 10-day program of workouts that can be done anywhere with no equipment. Pre-programmed timers keep you on track from warm-up to cool down and all sessions can be done in less than 30 minutes. If interested select the TRAIN On The Go 1-week or 2-week option below.
A bird’s-eye view of your fitness and programming. Quickly log daily fitness attributes and find out what you need to get done today. See previous results and milestones so you know how to attack your WODs.
How Does it Work?
You just get to the gym, and let us worry about the rest. Each training day you will receive a task list which includes a warm-up, workout, strength and/or skill work, and a cool down. The tasks will be scheduled to fit a strict 60-minute timeline. We recommend you write this timeline up on the whiteboard when you enter the gym, set the clock, and go all out. When the clock hits 60, you can leave the gym confident that you put in the work to increase your fitness in a time-efficient way. We'll even send you an email each Saturday with pre-programmed timers and videos of the warm-up and cool down exercises to keep you on track. This program utilizes just one of your precious hours to give your body what it needs.
A gauge for your overall Fitness and Progress. This is a single number that captures how your performance stacks up to the rest of the community.
We’re all human. Some days we don’t feel like training. Recognizing this, we can put systems in place to safeguard against our less-desirable human qualities. BTWB has been one such system that has contributed to my success in training for the CrossFit Games, and one that I will continue to leverage to ensure I reach my fitness goals. Subscribing to a program in which a coach and community sees my results each day holds me accountable to getting all of my work done, not to mention the Type-A satisfaction I derive from “checking off” all of the tasks listed for the day. Knowing that my training partners across the world will see my results helps me push myself harder. Checking the leaderboard for each workout provides motivation to continue to improve. It is my intent for TRAIN to provide not only time-efficient programming, but the accountability and inspiration necessary to get more out of yourself than you ever thought possible.
Receive instant analysis for each workout result. View personal records, gym/world rankings, work/power output, and more. You'll also receive Workout Levels (1-99) that will tell you how good your result actually is. How decent is a 4:22 Fran? Where does a 322 lb Deadlift rank? Which is better? Workout Levels will tell you. Instantly.
Who is Julie Foucher?
Julie is a four-time CrossFit Games athlete, CrossFit Level 1 staff member, and doctor at The Cleveland Clinic. She’s consistently placed in the top 5 at the CrossFit Games including two podium finishes in 2012 (2nd place) and 2014 (3rd place). An Achilles tendon rupture ended her final competitive season at the 2015 Central Regional, and she has now turned her focus to completing her medical training and using her knowledge of both CrossFit and medicine to empower individuals to access their full potential.
Easily find your 1, 3, 5 or 10 rep max for lifts or analysis on other movements. Find out which movements are strengths and weaknesses.