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Bridgetown Basic Barbell Strength Training Push Press: 5×5 Windmill: 5×5 Conditioning 10 Minutes OTM 3 Burpees 75m Sprint 2 Burpees
Bridgetown Basic Barbell Strength Training Push Press: 5×5 Windmill: 5×5 Conditioning 10 Minutes OTM 3 Burpees 75m Sprint 2 Burpees
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Week 3 Day 5

Bridgetown Barbell Club Olympic Weightlifting Program Week 3 Day 5 Hang Snatch Pull (% snatch) 65/5 75/4 80/3 85/2 80/4×2 80/2×3 Snatch 55/3 65/3 70/3 75/3 80/4×2 Snatch Stance Balance (% snatch) 55/5 65/4 70/3 75/3 80/3 85/2 90/2z2 Front Squat 55/5 65/4…
Bridgetown Barbell Club Olympic Weightlifting Program Week 3 Day 5 Hang Snatch Pull (% snatch) 65/5 75/4 80/3 85/2 80/4×2 80/2×3 Snatch 55/3 65/3 70/3 75/3 80/4×2 Snatch Stance Balance (% snatch) 55/5 65/4 70/3 75/3 80/3 85/2 90/2z2 Front Squat 55/5 65/4 70/3 75/3 80/2 85/4×2 70/7
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Bridgetown CrossFit WOD for Wednesday:   Hex Bar Deadlift work up to 5 RM Then 4×3 at 5RM…

Bridgetown CrossFit WOD for Wednesday:   Hex Bar Deadlift work up to 5 RM Then 4×3 at 5RM Conditioning 9 Rounds for Time 3 Hex Deadlifts (85% of 5RM) 6 Ring Push-ups
Bridgetown CrossFit WOD for Wednesday:   Hex Bar Deadlift work up to 5 RM Then 4×3 at 5RM Conditioning 9 Rounds for Time 3 Hex Deadlifts (85% of 5RM) 6 Ring Push-ups
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Bridgetown Barbell Club Olympic Weightlifting Program Week 3 Day 3 Hang Snatch (% Snatch) 55/5 60/5 65/4 70/3 75/3 80/4×2 70/2×3 Snatch Pull (80/5 85/4 90/3 95/3×2 Sultan Rakhmanov 55/5 60/5 65/5 70/5×5 Back Squat 65/8 70/6 75/4 80/3×3
Bridgetown Barbell Club Olympic Weightlifting Program Week 3 Day 3 Hang Snatch (% Snatch) 55/5 60/5 65/4 70/3 75/3 80/4×2 70/2×3 Snatch Pull (80/5 85/4 90/3 95/3×2 Sultan Rakhmanov 55/5 60/5 65/5 70/5×5 Back Squat 65/8 70/6 75/4 80/3×3
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Bridgetown Basic Barbell Strength/Skill Snatch Progression: 8×3 Squat + Face Pull + Press: 8×6 Conditioning 1000m Row
Basic Barbell : Intro to Strength and Conditioning Bridgetown CrossFit and Barbell Club: Portland Oregon's Best Weightlifting Gym
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Week 3 Day 2: Clean

Bridgetown Barbell Club Olympic Weightlifting Program Week 3 Day 2 Hang Power Clean + Push Jerk (% jerk) 55/2+4 65/2+3 70/2+2 75/3×2+1 70/2×2+2 Push Press 55/5 65/4 70/3 73/3×6 C1. One Arm KB/DB: 5×12/12 C1. Hanging Knee Raises: 5x 10/10
Bridgetown Barbell Club Olympic Weightlifting Program Week 3 Day 2 Hang Power Clean + Push Jerk (% jerk) 55/2+4 65/2+3 70/2+2 75/3×2+1 70/2×2+2 Push Press 55/5 65/4 70/3 73/3×6 C1. One Arm KB/DB: 5×12/12 C1. Hanging Knee Raises: 5x 10/10
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Friday’s Bridgetown CrossFit WOD is named after a story from greek mythology.In Greek mythology Sisyphus was a king of Ephyra. He was punished for chronic deceitfulness by being compelled to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back…
Friday’s Bridgetown CrossFit WOD is named after a story from greek mythology.In Greek mythology Sisyphus was a king of Ephyra. He was punished for chronic deceitfulness by being compelled to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, and to repeat this action forever. Lucky for you this is …
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Week 3 Thursday: Clean

Bridgetown Barbell Club Olympic Weightlifting Program Week 3 Day 5 Hang Clean 55/5 60/5 65/4 70/3 75/3 80/4×2 70/2×3 Push Press 55/3 65/4 70/3 74/2 78/4×5 C1. One Arm KB Row: 5×12/12 C2. Hanging Knee Raises: 5×10
Bridgetown Barbell Club Olympic Weightlifting Program Week 3 Day 5 Hang Clean 55/5 60/5 65/4 70/3 75/3 80/4×2 70/2×3 Push Press 55/3 65/4 70/3 74/2 78/4×5 C1. One Arm KB Row: 5×12/12 C2. Hanging Knee Raises: 5×10
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Bridgetown Basic Barbell Strength Training Squat: 5×5 RDL: 5×8 Conditioning 12 Minutes 6 DB Push-up to Row 12 Knees to Elbows 24 Mountain Climbers
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  Off-Season Strength Amateur Deadlift 5 RM (add 10 lbs to last workout) Collegiate Rack Pull 5, 5, 3, 3, 3 *Collegiate and Professional work up to a heavy set of 5 and continue to add weight until you’ve reached your heaviest triple for the day.…
  Off-Season Strength Amateur Deadlift 5 RM (add 10 lbs to last workout) Collegiate Rack Pull 5, 5, 3, 3, 3 *Collegiate and Professional work up to a heavy set of 5 and continue to add weight until you’ve reached your heaviest triple for the day. Conditioning Complete 5 Rounds for time: 135 lb Power …
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Under, Bar and Rows

Tuesday’s Bridgetown CrossFit WOD: On the Minute: Odd: 30 Double Unders Even: 6 DB Push-up to Rows Prime: 7 Toes to Bar
CrossFit: Constantly varied functional fitness over broad time and modal domains. Bridgetown CrossFit and Barbell: Portland Oregon's Best Weightlifting Gym
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Another Leg Day!

Bridgetown CrossFit WOD for Monday: Front Squat 5-4-3-2-1  <– NEW PR!!! THEN (85% of 1) 5×3 Metabolic Conditioning 1000m Row rest 4 Minutes 750m Row rest 3 Minutes 500m Row
CrossFit: Constantly varied functional fitness over broad time and modal domains. Bridgetown Barbell: Portland Oregon's Best Weightlifting Gym
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740 N Russell St Portland, OR 97227
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"Great CrossFit and weightlifting facility."
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"Great gym for people of a variety of ages and experience levels."
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"Great trainers, great workout!"
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archie archambault
2 months ago
This is where anyone can learn to use a barbell and do other strength-training exercises. I had never lifted a barbell before coming, and after several weeks, I still don't really know I'm doing...But I'm learning and I feel great. The members are genuinely friendly and since it's an individual workout, there doesn't feel like any macho pressure. That said, Jay and Erin will push you to do your best and keep you safe while doing it. I highly recommend gym for self proclaimed "Gym idiots" like myself. Anecdotally, I've had hip cramps my entire running and cycling life, and after a day of squatting, they're gone. That is priceless.
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Elise Pippert
8 months ago
Needed to find a CrossFit gym in Portland to go to over the summer and I am so glad I found Bridgetown CrossFit! Bridgetown caters to athletes of all different levels and goals. They offer multiple tracks for athletes to follow bases on the goals they want to achieve. Coaches/Owners Jay and Erin have by far the most experience out of any CrossFit, olympic weightlifting coach that I've found. I came to this gym post surgery and within a month and a half, not only was I back to full strength, but my mobility had gotten better and my olympic lifting technique had vastly improved. This gym is a must for any athlete wanting to improve in olympic lifting as well as CrossFit.
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Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Thanks Elise! Having you around this summer was a blast.
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Wendy Wight
8 months ago
Visiting from out of town and wanted to keep up with my workouts. Jay gave me some excellent instructions on improving some of my technique. He was patient, encouraging and gave me plenty of room to learn. I have to admit that the foam rolling and band warm up was like none that I have ever had before. I will be bringing some new skills back home with me for sure. The whole workout was well planned and organized.
Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Thanks for the review Wendy! Some people say our warm-ups are harder then the workouts! Glad you enjoyed it and hope you are still doing it!
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Justin Devereux
8 months ago
The intense and professional environment at Bridgetown Crossfit and Barbell Club played a significant factor in preparing me to compete in the 2014 East Coast Classic in York, PA, and the 2014 USA Weightlifting Senior National Championships in Salt Lake City, UT. Whether you are a new weightlifter wanting to learn efficient and effective technique, an advanced weightlifter aiming to break plateaus, or simply an athlete looking for a dynamic edge, Jay and Erin Tieder can help you get there. I make the two-hour drive to BCBC from the Willamette Valley whenever I can for the elite coaching and atmosphere. -Justin Devereux 6x USAW Senior Nationals Competitor USAW National University Championships Bronze Medalist (2006)
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cristina capannolo
6 months ago
This place is great. I was in Portland for a month and initially chose this box for its proximity to where I was working. They offer convenient class times, smaller class sizes and a good location. You can tell that the trainers have a lot of experience. Jay was able to take the time to break down the movements and really helped to improve my lifting technique. The programming is smart and balanced. You will definitely get a great work-out in here!
Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Thanks Cristina!
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Sean Byram
8 months ago
This place sucks. I filled out the online contact form for new members about a week ago. I never heard anything back so I thought I'd just stop in and talk to someone in person and maybe check out a class. I live less than 5 mins away so I rode my bike over there. There's no real signage out front, but the address said I was in the right place so I walked in. Immediately some guy with a beard appeared from around the corner and told me I couldn't have my bike inside. No "hey there" or "hi, are you new?" or any greeting for that matter. Just "you can't have your bike in here". I told him it was my first time there and that I didn't know. He simply walked past me, showed me the door, and asked if I had a bike lock. I did. I thought "oh, ok. He's gonna show me where I could lock up my bike then introduce himself. Maybe he's not a total a**hole." Nope. As soon as I stepped through the door, it swung shut behind me with him still inside. I waited and looked around for a good spot to park my bike. There wasn't one At least not right out front. He never came back out so I hoped on my bike and headed home. I'm disappointed to say the least, especially after reading a couple positive reviews. I can only assume those people are friends with owner or they genuinely did have better experiences with another member of the staff.
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Response from the owner - 8 months ago
Hi Sean, I am the guy with the beard that told you that you could not have a bike in our furnished reception area and I am the co-owner with my wife Erin and I was the only one working when you visited. You arrived about ten minutes late to class and I was in the process of coaching the warm-up for that session. I am sorry if I seemed short with you. There are a couple of sign posts that people lock their bikes to directly outside our front door and I assumed that you would do the same. I did not elaborate because I was timing a stretch for the group and I had to get back to them. By the time I returned to the reception area you had already left. I saw you pedaling up the street and I tried to get you attention but you didn't hear me. I apologize for this misunderstanding and I hope you will consider giving us another chance. We strive to make a each class a safe and productive experience for our members. I am sorry that my focus on that priority gave you the wrong impression about what we do. You are welcome to come try our gym for an entire month at no charge. Sincerely, Jay
Christie Choma
7 months ago
I visited Bridgetown CrossFit and Barbell Club while traveling to Portland. Erin and Jay were extremely accommodating and helpful to make sure that I had everything I needed to complete the specific programming from my home gym. Erin and Jay provided tips on my technique an were very encouraging each time I came. I am very grateful to have found this gym and will certainty be back the next time I visit Portland!
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Ian MacDonald
8 months ago
Bridgetown Barbell has a wealth of knowledge, an excellent training environment, and is the best training facility in Portland, or dare I say the entire Northwest. There is no room for ego or a superiority complex at this gym, everyone from the newcomer who has never touched a barbell to the athlete competing in the olympics uses the same equipment and gets the same detailed coaching from Jay and Erin. Everyone is welcome, whether you just want to get in shape for beach season or compete on the national stage in olympic weightlifting. Jay's mantra is "The barbell will never b*llsh*t you," and I'm not BSing you now; if you want the best coaching and training facility in the Northwest, look no further than Bridgetown Barbell.
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