3 / 17 / 2012

I think this sums us up nicely.  Don’t you?

Dogwood Park,

Be There!!

We’re packing some rowers, bars, kettlebells, bumper plates, boxes and some mats. Should be fun!

3 / 16 / 2012

Those are some great tips from K Star. Put them to use and smoke this workoutAlso, I’m reposting Carl Paoli’s video on the double under and muscle up prep below in case you didn’t see it.  Both are full of good stuff.


Open WOD 12.4

12 minute Amrap

Wall Balls, 150 reps

Double Unders, 90 reps

Muscle Ups, 30 reps

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3 / 15 / 2012

For Time:

Row, 2K meters

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3 / 14 / 2012

6 Rounds
Pullups, 10 reps
Box Jumps, 10 reps
Run, 200m

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3 / 13 / 2012

This gives a whole new meaning to; leave it all on the mat.  Extra points to anyone who can guess the owner of this sweat angel.  Post your guesses to the comments.

For Time:

21 – 18 – 15 – 12 – 9

Power Snatch, 75 lbs / 55 lbs

Run, 400m between each set

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3 / 12 / 2012

Planning…

is one of the, if not, the most important part of changing the way you eat.  We all “mean well” and are “going” to start eating healthier….tomorrow.  The problem with tomorrow is that most have not planned for tomorrow.  Tomorrow is not the best day to go Hardcore on a life changing diet revolution…IF, you haven’t planned for it.  I’m not claiming to be some kind of food guru, but I do know that changing the way you eat for the better and the long run does not happen day to day.  It happens with a well thought out plan and some effort.  Below is a picture of a well thought out weeks worth of food.  All it took was some planning, a trip to the grocery store, and an afternoons worth of effort.  This is how it should look in your fridge if you eat to perform at your best.

10 minute Amrap

Squat Clean, 2 reps 165 lbs / 115 lbs

Muscle Up, 1 rep

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