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WOD Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Buy in:RS

WOD: 20 min AMRAP
          5 DL (225/135)
          10 Push ups
          15 Sit ups

Cash out:Muscle up progression


WOD Monday, March 1, 2010

Buy in: RS
Wod: A CrossFit Classic, "Fran"!

        For Time,

21-15-9 reps of:

Thrusters (95/65)

Pull ups

Strength:5x3 push jerk

Cash out:PNF


Your CrossFit Story

Many CrossFitters have a story to tell about how they got hooked on CF and how it has impacted their lives. Here is my version:

My very first CrossFit workout was one of the (nasty) "girls" named Eva:

5 rounds of: 800m run, (30) 70# KB swings & (30) pull-ups

To this day, I believe it is the hardest CrossFit workout of all, and I think I have done most of the ugly epic ones. It took me almost 45 minutes and I had trouble moving for a couple of days afterward.

But somehow, all that hurt was a good thing. I was hooked and started following the CrossFit Main Site workouts. After about two weeks, the soreness had gone from debilitating to just annoying.

After four weeks, I could feel an improvement in how I felt doing the things I liked to do, like cross country skiing, and running. I not only felt stronger, but I also felt like my aerobic capacity had improved. That was something completely unexpected.

The main reason I was doing CrossFit was to build strength and flexibility so I could continue to enjoy those endurance sports as long as possible. At age 50, I was constantly nursing a couple of nagging over-use injuries, so I was willing to trade off some performance if it helped me stay healthier.

I gave up doing skiing and running intervals and cut back quite a bit of the volume. Somehow, that crazy CrossFit stuff more than made up for the difference. As I learned more about CrossFit, I began to understand the "why" behind this phenomenon, and the explanation mirrored the way I felt.

We have a very diverse group of members in CrossFit Thin Air. Some come from an athletic background, and some not. All of us have a reason why CrossFit has clicked with us. What is your story?

Email me and I will share it right here!


WOD Friday, February 26, 2010

Buy In:  RS

WOD:  5 rounds for time
  15 ball slams (45/30)
  20 lunges each leg
  25 sit ups

Cash Out:  Oly workout

 5 rounds - increase weight if possible

    3 x clean, don't put bar down on last rep, then:
    3 x front squat   


WOD: 2 person teams, 1 at a time, 4 rds
          run 100
          10 thrusters
          10 DL


WOD Thursday, February 25, 2010

Buy In: RS

WOD:  For Time, 25-20-25-10-5 reps of:

Sit Up
Push Up
Knees to Elbow
95/65 Stiff legged deadlift

Cash Out:  Skill Work
butterfly pull ups (watch video)
5 x 3 practice movements (increasing the ampltude of the BFK circles if possible)