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Chris

Chris started his sports career playing recreational soccer. He played table tennis for almost seven years. During that time he started his martial arts career in 2003 doing Goju-Ryu Karate and finally earning his black belt in 2012.

In 2014 he first stepped into a CrossFit box and knew that this training method fits perfectly for him. As time flew by he has visited over 40 CrossFit boxes all over the world and he’s happy to get in touch with this great community in all the different places. Now, he is ready to share his expertise and show CFASSAULT how amazing CrossFit and its community is!

 

Certifications

C-licensed exercise trainer of the DOSB

Lifeguard license

Table tennis

Karate

CrossFit Level 1

CrossFit Judges Course

CrossFit Scaling Course

Vocational education

 Bachelor Automotive Systems Engineering

Master Engineering Management

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Kai

Kai started CrossFit in April 2016 to lose weight and get fitter for improving his overall health. Since than he has lost over 46kg (101lbs) and his overweight related health issues disapeared. In June 2016 he joined Crossfit Assault. Coach Olliver challenged him a lot in terms of improving his workout performances and following a nutrition plan to achieve his desired body composition and shadowing to become a better coach.
What this all taught his is, that “CrossFit is not just about getting fitter and healthier but it also helps to translate experiences from challenges in the sport to challenges in life. There is no right or wrong, just do it. That’s my goal for my clients.”

Strength & Conditioning Class

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What is Strength and Conditioning?

Strength and Conditioning (S&C) is more than just lifting weights.

S&C involves any activity used to enhance and facilitate performance. These activities include, but are not limited to running, jumping, agility, core and endurance training.

Your S&C coach has two primary goals. The first is to improve athletic performance, which usually means improving athletes’ speed, strength,and power (although specifics vary according to athlete and sport).

This usually includes teaching proper lifting techniques, supervising and motivating athletes as they work out, and assessing their performance before and after the program.

The second primary goal is to reduce athletic injuries, to strengthen body parts that are prone to injury in a particular sport.

Join our Strength and Conditioning Class with CrossFit Level 2 Coach Olliver every Tuesday @18:15 and Saturday @0900.

Mike | Headcoach, Owner

Mike
michael@crossfitassault.de

As the owner of CrossFit Assault Stuttgart, Mike is passionate about the sport and introducing it to new people. He has 25 years of fitness training with 15 years of martial arts and 10 years of American Football. After reading about „The Definition of Fitness“ on the CrossFit mainpage, Mike knew he was hooked on CrossFit and began his certifications and opened his own CrossFit Gym.

Mike feels that the functional fitness of CrossFit prepares athletes for any situation in „real life“ and that most work outs deliver crossover benefits to other movements that you wouldn’t have expected. He likes to see the athletes constantly improving in CrossFit.

CrossFit has highly qualified Coaches who are there to support in the constant improvement of the sport. Every work out is a challenge and it’s great that in CrossFit, each athlete has support from each other. The atmosphere in a CrossFit Gym is in no way comparable to a regular gym. In CrossFit, everyone works out together and encourages each other to improve each time. These athletes are willing to make great efforts in order to improve their health and achieve the results they are looking for.

“Do not wait to start CF just because you are worried that you are not fit enough for the workouts. Any workout will be scaled to the intensity level that you can handle. Don’t waste your time “getting in shape” before starting – CrossFit gets you fit! Forget about trying to look good during a CF workout… if that happens, you’re not working hard enough!”

Berufsausbildung / Vocational Training:

  • Dipl. Psych. / MSc. Psychology
  • Heilpraktiker / Naturopath Medical Practitioner
  • Fitnesstrainer B Lizenz

CrossFit Certificates:

  • CrossFit Lv.3 Trainer
  • CPC – Crossfit Lv.2 Trainer
  • CF Gymnastics
  • CF Mobility
  • CF Strongman
  • CF Football

Other Certifications:

  • 3 weeks SEALFIT Academy / Kokoro 29 Graduate
  • Training for Warriors (Martin Rooney) – Lv.2 Certified Instructor
  • MovNat – Lv.1 Certified Trainer
  • Fundamentals of Human Movement (Steve Maxwell) – Certified Instructor
  • ELEIKO Strength Coach Lv.1
  • Functional Training for Athletes at all Levels (Jimmy Radcliffe, University of Oregon)
  • Concept 2 – Indoor Rowing Trainer
  • Kettlebell Training für Fortgeschrittene (Dr. Till Sukopp)
  • Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu 5.Dan
  • Todd Military Close Combat Phase 2 Exponent

Ayla |Management

Ayla
ayla@crossfitassault.de
Coach, CrossFit Assault Manager & Designer
Berufsausbildung:
Dipl.-Ing. Architecture and Urbanism
Certifications:
  • CrossFit Assault Nutrition Blog
  • CrossFit Level 1
  • Parkour & Freerunning Coach
  • Übungsleiter C Ballsport
  • Übungsleiter-B Sport im Elementarbereich
  • Übungsleiter für Breitensport C-Lizenz

Olliver

 

Olliver

Before Olliver he started working as a CrossFit Coach  he used to work as a Fitness Coach and Personal Trainer. He practiced recreational sports such as boxing and american football where he came across John Welbourne’s CrossFit Football programming and immediately fell in love with the methodology.

Since 2012, Olliver worked at Fitness District CrossFit in Mexico City as a headcoach and programmer.

Olliver is a recreational athlete and competes often. He believes that anyone can become a better version of him/herself. The true competion is only against yourself!

Vocational Training
Sports Physiology and Strength Trainings Specialist
Fitness Nutrition Specialist

Certifications:
  • CrossFit Level 2
  • CrossFit Kettlebell Certified
  • CrossFit Gymnastics Certified
  • CrossFit Judges Certification

 

Patrick

Patrick

CrossFit training since 2012 and he is coaching since 2013

Certifications:

  • CrossFit Level 1
  • CrossFit Judges
  • CrossFit Olympic Weightlifting
  • CrossFit Movement & Mobility Trainer

John

John
Crossfit Level 1 Coach, crossfitting since August 2012 and coaching since October 2013
Competitions:  Cry Me a River 2014: 2nd Place Master’s Division;  Czech Beast Challenge 2014: 3rd Place Master’s Division
Certifications:
Crossfit Level 1
Crossfit Weightlifting Cert
USAW Level 1 Coaching Cert

Jason

 
 
Qualifications:
  • CrossFit Level 1

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