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I am a Master’s Student in the Department of Exercise Science & Sport Management at Kennesaw State University under the supervision of Dr. Yuri Feito. I invite you to participate in a research study entitled “The Role of Training Habits and Personality Traits in Risk of Injury and Performance among High-intensity Functional Training Participants.” The purpose of this study is to learn more about the daily training habits and personality traits among functional training exercise participants (specifically, CrossFit®) and the relationship between these variables and both incidence of injury and performance. In order to account for all training patterns and skill levels, we are inviting anyone 18 years of age or older who have participated in CrossFit® to any extent over the last two years.
If you agree to participate in this study:
You will be asked to complete an online survey detailing CrossFit® experience, training habits, injuries, personality traits, and demographic information.
o The COVID-19 pandemic has caused 2020 to be unlike any other year, as such, we are asking participants to complete sections related to training habits and injuries for both prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and during the pandemic.
o This survey should take approximately 25 to 30 minutes to complete
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Tuesday’s WOD at 7&9am, again at 4&5pm.
20 min AMRAP
21 cal row
9 hang squat cleans (50/30kg)
Record total number of rounds completes plus remaining reps and any scaling
This is going to be fun!! Today really comes down to having the right scaling on the pushups and hang squat cleans. You’ll want to break up the pushups early and often as to not burn out halfway through. For those who cannot get a set of 10 unbroken, go for training pushups. For the hang squat cleans, consider choosing a load that allows for unbroken reps, but may lead you in to a strategy where you do 5+4 with a short rest. You’re looking to be moving the majority of the 20 minutes so don’t let the loading of the hang squat cleans slow you down too much! Today there is going to come a time, whether 6 mins in, or 10 or 12, where you have to DECIDE if you’re going to give this one the effort or just slow down and wait out the clock. Choose to get after it!