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Tuesday 150127 Handstands and Double EMOMs

A few responses to yesterday’s blogpost question, Why Do You Train?
Julia: I train for overall better health and to encourage others to do the same
David: I train for better health to improve my quality of life that will hopefully last well into the future. And… because I love the coaches, the people and the culture at the Hut.
Kolby: I train to have big biceps for the ladies first, but secondary benefits of that are I get to use my fitness outdoors!
John:– To be able to dead lift 100 kg.– To do a pull up for the first time in a long time.– To look better OR feel better OR perform better OR all of the above.– To lower body weight/increase muscle mass.– To hang out with cool people.
Peter: I’m training for peak performance for life, sports, and work. It has to be the base line for if we don’t have the self discipline for this it is going to be hard to do anything else with excellence. And yes I would love to have pillar legs and a six pack. LOL
Ken: I train at CFM:– to release stress.– to belong to a community.– to keep my mass up and to “look good naked”.– to focus on my gymnastic strength and mobility for levers, handstands, etc.
Rich: I train at CFM and do CrossFit because I know that when I get better everything around me gets better. Being fit and having the discipline to train helps me in all areas of life. I also totally dig the endorphins I get from kick ass WODs, Spartan races, Tough Mudder, GoRuck, etc. I’ve also seen a noticeable improvement in activities such as rock climbing, skiing, surfing and more. But the benefit I didn’t realize would be my FAVORITE is the community I’ve developed from being part of CFM!

Thanks for sharing everyone!

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Tuesday 6, 7, 9am, 4, 6pm WODs.  FUNdamentals 8am, Olylnmpic lifting 5pm
Variety of handstand practice stations, rotate for 20 minutes
-then-
Every minute on the minute for 5 minutes of:
8 DB snatch (4R, 4L at 60/45#)
As many ring dips as possible until X:30 on the clock
Post total number of ring dips for 5 sets to chalkboard
Rest exactly 2 minutes and then-
Every minute on the minute for 5 minutes of:
8 single arm DB push press (4R, 4L at 60/45#)
As many inverted ring rows as possible until X:30 on the clock
Post total number of ring rows for 5 sets to chalkboard

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