CrossFit Endurance Trainers Course

Specialty Seminars & Workshops



CrossFit Endurance Trainers Course


Dates: May 31- June 1


Time: 8:00am-4:00pm both days, one hour lunch break

*A social gathering/dinner will be arranged for interested participants. Details TBD.


Location: The Power House at Highland/Side Door CrossFit




The Endurance course is a powerful weekend of getting faster, stronger and increasing overall fitness/performance.  Led by one of the head coaches for CrossFit Endurance, you will get both in depth education as well as a unique opportunity to be (run) evaluated throughout the weekend.


This is a Course that is the ideal CrossFit Level 1 compliment. A Level 1 is NOT a prerequisite  to attend an Endurance Course. This introduction to CrossFit Endurance fundamentals is ideal for coaches/trainers, all endurance athletes, CrossFit athletes looking to shave WOD times or simply for those of you looking to fine tune your run mechanics.


In addition to the individual coaching we focus on biomechanics, the science of running, nutrition, injury prevention, and programming implementation.  We focus on quality of training, not quantity. 


The weekend is full of current content that you can apply immediately.  Racing, training or getting more powerful – you’ll walk (or run!) away with a refreshing perspective of how endurance training should be done.

Contact The Power House/Side Door CrossFit at for any questions on the weekend and we look forward to a challenging and stimulating weekend!



CrossFit Movement and Mobility Trainer Course



Dates: June 21 & June 22 (one seminar each day)

Times: 9:00am-4:30pm

Location: Side Door CrossFit




Dr. Roop Sihota will be joining us for this weekend of education and advancement in performance.


The CrossFit Movement and Mobility trainer course is a hands on, movement theory based workshop where coaches and athletes will be exposed to the principles of Kelly Starrett's Movement and Mobility Method of resolving pain, preventing injury, and optimizing athletic performance.


Performance is what drives the human animal, but the human animal can be brought to an abrupt halt by dysfunctional movement patterns and underlying restrictions in mobility. Oftentimes, the factors that impede performance are invisible to not only the untrained eye, but also the majority of athletes and coaches. This course exposes attendees to a Starrett's systematic approach to make the invisible visible. This course illuminates common movement errors that can cause injury and rob you of speed, power, endurance, and strength. Whether you are a professional athlete, a weekend warrior, or simply someone wanting to live healthy and free from restrictions, this course will teach you how to maintain your body and harness your genetic potential.


This one-day seminar is a performance oriented workshop for athletes and coaches wishing to develop effective mobility and flexibility strategies, improve ideal athlete positioning and movement set-up, and implement whole-body maintenance practices. Attendees will understand how to: Improve force production, increase work outputs, avoid common and preventable movement dysfunction and injury, and understand how to address simple performance related myo-fascial and joint mobility issues, improve understanding of key anatomical elements as they relate to functional movement, and as performance limiters. 

Learn How To:

  • Prevent and rehabilitate common athletic injuries
  • Overhaul your movement habits and efficiently your body's most effective physiology
  • Quickly identify, diagnose, and fix inefficient movement patterns
  • Problem solve for pain and dysfunction
  • Fix poor mechanics that rob power, bleed force, and dump torque
  • Unlock reservoirs of athletic capacity you didn't know you had
  • Identify and fix poor movement patterns in children
  • Develop strategies that restore function to your joints and tissues
  • Develop effective individual and group mobility programming

What does this seminar really mean to me?

  • Improve Your Fran Time
  • Squat More
  • Improve Your Overhead Capacity
  • Remain Injury Proof,
  • Increase Your Area Under the Work Capacity Curve
  • How to Understand and End Your Athletic Pain

Seminar Goals:

  • Increase awareness of “best-fit” biomechanical set-up and movement strategies for optimal work and force outputs.
  • Understand movement compromise strategies for specific movement outcomes.
  • Develop an understanding of common movement dysfunctions and a systematic model for addressing common problems associated with strength and conditioning training.
  • Develop effective abdominal/spine stabilization strategies
  • Understand and apply neuro-muscular stretching methods
  • Understand methods to improve overhead positioning and efficacy
  • Develop methods to address common myo-fascial pain/dysfunction
  • Understand how to treat soft tissue injuries
  • Develop better movement preparation strategies


Space is limited, so REGISTER NOW to reserve your spot! Contact us at with questions.