Yesterday’s Team WOD Results:
1st:  Felice & t. – 410 – 15:35 – 2633m
2nd:  Abby & Zach – 405 – 14:37 – 2618m
3rd:  Melissa & JZ – 360lbs – 14:18 – 2587m
4th:  Jana & Ben – 400lbs – 17:10 – 2613m
5th:  Melissa & Mike – 335lbs – 16:33 – 2490m

“Be willing to be uncomfortable. Get comfortable being uncomfortable.” Peter McWilliams

– The low down on Oils.
– What’s wrong with eggs? FYI, it’s not cholesterol.

This is El. El joined us two weeks ago. I bet she didn't know she'd be strung up like this when she did. Ha. Using the safety harness is very effective at teaching the muscle up because it doesn't change the dynamic of the movement like jumping or supported does.

CrossFit WOD:

4 rounds for time…
3 Clean (275lbs)
10 C2B Pull Ups
*This workout is supposed to be heavy. Use 80% of clean weight.

Rest 10 minutes.  Do 5 minutes of running warm up drills.

5 x 200 meter Sprints – 1:30 recovery between efforts

4 thoughts on “Move Heavy Stuff

  1. Brittany says:

    Can anyone suggest a good box to visit in the Wintson, Greensboro, High Point area? Out of town this weekend visiting family and would like to find a place for when I’m back this way for the holidays. Thanks!

  2. Audrey says:

    t. thank you for posting the link about eggs. As someone who has had backyard chickens for 7 years and counting, I can tell you that eggs from happy pastured hens (that eat bugs and grass like they were meant to) shouldn’t even be in the same food group as the crappy grocery store (factory farmed) eggs.

  3. Debb says:

    Thanks Audrey I was thinking the same thing about your chickens since I’ve eaten their eggs. I read the post too and have done some experimenting with eggs, there is alot more to it. Makes a difference how the chickens are treated and what they are fed. The true pastured chicken provides more nutrients in one egg than in a whole factory farmed dozen. The awareness of the oils is worth reading too.

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