Louise Eberts - Advanced Gymnastics - October 26, 2019

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Louise Eberts - Advanced Gymnastics - October 26, 2019

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Advanced Gymnastics - October 26, 2019

  • 5:00-8:00pm

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Advanced Clinic Outline:

Athletes who would like to focus on advanced gymnastics skills will really enjoy this fun and intense 3hr clinic. We will work on Ring muscle ups, bar muscle ups, handstand pushups/walking/presses and butterfly pull-ups. We will also go over spotting techniques for each of these skills. Please bring gymnastics grips or tape for your hands.

Location - Synergy Strength and Conditioning

Date - October 26th, 2019

Time - 1:30-4:30pm

Address -

400-1222 Quebec Ave

Saskatoon, SK. S7K 1V2

About Louise:

CrossFit came to me a little bit later on. Throughout my journey of sports and movement, I have also done a lot of different activities/sports in my years. I started with dance at 3, which continued until I was 16. I was in gymnastics at a provincial and national level from age 7 until 13, then track and cheerleading from 14-18. I learned how to skateboard when I was 17 and that transferred over to the snow and I was obsessed with snowboarding from 19-27, I was sponsored and it was everything to me.

When I was 28 I made a big move to Montreal and for the first time in my life I had no sport, I left my snowboard sponsors and was feeling pretty lost. I tried triathlons for a bit but it was not my thing and then I found CrossFit. When I went for my first workout I was cocky and thought that my friend who pushed me to go was making way to big of a deal about this BARFING after you workout thing, I almost didn’t make it through the warm up. I was hooked. CrossFit gave me the same feeling I got when I was hiking a ridge line with my snowboard strapped to my back pack, that burning, scary and addicting feeling of sweat, loss of breath and pain. I LOVED IT.

I feel grateful for joining the CrossFit community when I did; it was 2009 and a fairly new sport. I went to the first box in Montreal, over the next 5 years it went from that 1 box to over 20, like many other cities in Canada. I got to train with some amazing athletes and learn from some great coaches. I made it to the 2011 CrossFit Games on a Team L’Usine which was such an unreal experience. My transition from CrossFit athlete to coach has been so rewarding. Coaching is my passion. I love sharing my knowledge with others and learning new concepts and q’s as well. It is my responsibility to help people succeed on their journey and I take great care with that role. I have had many years of coaching experience in gymnastics, dance, track and now CrossFit. Nothing beats working hard beside someone, cheering them on and watching them reach goals!!!! I LOVE IT.