10, 8, 8 @ 65, 70, 75% of 1RM then sellout set at 60%
Cash in: 50 walking lunges
4 Rounds of: 250M Row, 10 Ring Dips
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This blog post was originally posted by Trident athlete Ericka Andersen on her site sweetlifeericka.com. She got back a few days ago and she’s still TIRE-D.
Ericka’s other Games posts:
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Kind of. So — pause in our regular coverage today to spotlight a really cool ...
This post comes from Trident Athlete Chris Campagna, who has a thank you and an invitation.
A little over a year ago I did my baseline and started coming to Trident. I was encouraged by my awesome wife, Shannon, great friends and inspirations Andrea and Emily Porterfield to come and do my baseline upon being released from medical care following a serious traffic ...Continue Reading - >
This blog post was originally posted by Trident athlete Ericka Andersen on her site sweetlifeericka.com. She’s always on the run.
Two weekends ago I had the awesome experience of attending a Crossfit running and rowing workshop at Trident Crossfit.
I was pretty excited when I saw it was being offered because they planned to go over principles of Crossfit ...Continue Reading - >
This post is from Trident athlete Kristina Thomas. It’s from her personal blog, Dawn Points. Don’t be a tough guy/gal if you’re injured!
**NOTE 1: FOR NON-DEBILITATING INJURIES ONLY**
**NOTE 2: I am not a medical professional**
So, you’ve been injured.
You’ve been sentenced to the dull realm of not-making-progress-toward-your-mission-of-combining-the-strength-of-a-grizzly-and-the-suppleness-of-a-leopard-into-one-super-human-that-happens-to-have-your-face, also known as not-CrossFitting.
To avoid spending listless afternoons in crushing un-productivity and poopy self-pity, read on. Take it from someone with 20/20 hindsight.
Step 0. ADMIT that you have an injury.