3 rounds of:
Run 400 meters
Max set American KB Swings (53/35)
Max set Pullups/Ring rows
Max set Double unders
This is the first of several articles in our Cornerstones of Health series whose purpose is to educate, stimulate, and motivate. This information is a compilation of data from many reputable healthcare sites, books, classes, and my personal clinical experience….so, read on.
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Bench Press: 10, 8, 8 @ 65, 70, 75%
Cindy-Loo Boo Who!!
3 Rounds: Cindy
15 Air Squats
2 Rounds: Cindy-Loo
15 Back Squat – no racks (135/95)
1 Round: Cindy-Loo Who
5 Muscle Ups
10 Double Pushup Burpees
15 Front Squats – no racks (135/95)
I always get fired up this time of the year, knowing that in just a couple of short weeks, we get a clean slate! The thought of a new year and a new beginning is a beautiful thing to a trainer, and to the entire fitness industry. Why wouldn’t it be? We can get a fresh start, set new goals and renew our own personal visions of excellence for the ...Continue Reading - >
There’s no perfect way to track your performance on a WOD, but keeping track of your score or time is important in order to see progress. Wodify proved to be too difficult so now we’re trying one more. We’d like to introduce you to CF Whiteboard, a simple way to track your workouts.
Here’s how it works. After each workout, head to TridentCrossFitva.com and scroll down to the WOD ...Continue Reading - >
Commitment: an agreement or pledge to do something in the future
As I spend more time learning about fitness and training, I easily get caught up in numbers, percentages, science, art, jargon and acronyms. Last night, I was reminded how hard “it” really is. It’s not the proven rep scheme or diet… it’s sticking to it. Many smarter people than I have already identified the diet that works and the proven percentages and reps schemes, hence, they are proven. What we ...Continue Reading - >