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CrossFit Mississauga!

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Scalable personalized programming for people of ALL fitness levels

Simple effective functional movements that transfer into your daily life

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Crossfit Mississauga: Sports Training Facility and Health Club in Etobicoke and Brampton

Living in Brampton and looking for a different kind of training to keep your entire body fit, and not just one specific part of the body? Or based in Etobicoke and want a fitness routine that can help you build strength and endurance for a number of sports? Skip those dime-a-dozen health clubs in the area that are frequented by members who never really report any results, despite months or years of training. Sign up at Crossfit Mississauga instead.

Helmed by a group of certified Coaches with real-life experience, Crossfit Mississauga is the perfect answer for anyone who’s willing to commit himself or herself to getting fit. Whether you’re a novice who still needs to learn proper form, or a sports professional who needs a new routine to hone skills further, you’ve come to the right place.

With routines that combine a range of aerobic and bodyweight exercises, plus weightlifting drills, we ensure that your entire body gets the training that it deserves. Our Coaches will guide you through every step of the way, making sure you exercise at a specific intensity, to help you lose weight and build muscle. So while enrolling here is arguably a bit more expensive than those at other health clubs in Etobicoke or Brampton, with the kind of attention our Coaches pay all our members, it’s more than justified.

So if you’re in either Etobicoke or Brampton, the choice is clear: there’s only one gym that will give you the specific results you want, whether you’re a sports professional or a novice. And it’s not one of those run-of-the-mill health clubs - it can be only CrossFit Mississauga.


Tuesday 140902

Three rounds, not for time, of:

50 Double unders

10/7 Ring Dips


Rest 5 minutes.


Against a running clock, perform the following:


Three rounds for time of:

Deadlift 225/155lbs, 15 reps

Run 400m


When the clock strikes 15 minutes, perform the following:


For time:

135/95 pound Thruster, 15 reps

30 Chest-to-Bar Pull-ups

135/95 pound Thruster, 10 reps

20 Chest-to-Bar Pull-ups

135/95 pound Thruster, 5 reps

10 Chest-to-Bar Pull-ups


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Monday 140901

Three rounds, not for time, of:

10 Handstand Push-ups

10 Toes to Bar


Front Squat








Every minute, on the minute, for 15 minutes:

1 Snatch


Coach Alex’s Notes:

Increase the load over the course of the 15 sets.  Work your way up

from 55% to 85%.


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Front Squat 



Saturday 140830

Every 2 minutes, for 16 minutes (8 sets):

Halting Clean Deadlift + Hang Clean + Clean


Coach Alex’s Notes:

Increase the load over the course of the 8 sets.  Work your way up from 60% to 90%. The weight should be so heavy that you have the urge to drop the barbell after the hang clean. Although there is a timer running, this is a weightlifting skill session, not a "for time"

workout. Don't rush to get the complex done. Ensure you are putting yourself in perfect positions by taking the time to set up properly before the lift. If you ever see a barbell complex in a "for time" workout, then you can feel free to practice your touch and go reps but not today. Always remember to consider the purpose of the drill.


Rest 5 minutes.


Four rounds, each for time of:

Run 400m

32/24kg Kettlebell Swing,  21 reps

15 Chest-to-Bar Pull-ups

Rest 2 minutes.


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Halting Clean Deadlift 

Hang Clean 




Friday 140829

Every two minutes, for 16 minutes (8 sets):

Push Press + Push Jerk + Split Jerk


Coach Alex's Notes:

Your goal is to increase the weight you used on 140823 on all 8 sets.


Rest 5 minutes.


Every minute, on the minute, for 12 minutes:

Minute 1 – 12 Toes to Bar

Minute 2 – Handstand Hold, 45 seconds

Minute 3 – L-sit, 45 seconds


Coach Alex's Notes:

If the handstand hold isn't challenging enough, try doing it with your chest facing the wall with only your nose and toes touching. Another thing you can try is to slowly pull yourself off the wall while in a handstand and try and find your balance point. If those are not difficult enough, you can always do them freestanding!


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Split Jerk