Remember we have our 1RM Open Gym time tomorrow, Saturday, from 11am-1pm. See you there.
Technique, technique, technique!
Going for an AMRAP? Rounds for time? Nearly all “race” situations will have technique fall apart very quickly after fatigue begins to set in. Even the best technique can be lost in the final moments of an AMRAP! Technique exists and is emphasized by the coaches at CrossFit Interbay because it primarily offsets the likelihood of an injury. It also helps with getting the best possible workout by increasing your efficiency. Proper technique will allow you to make the largest gains in the safest and shortest time possible. Never throw technique to the wind just to get a high score. Pay your dues, perform impeccable sets, and improve slowly and steadily!
We are in pursuit of a lifestyle of fitness, not just one WOD.
Strict Pull-Ups 3 sets of 5 reps
Strict Ring Dips 3 sets of 5 reps each
10 Minute EMOM:
1 Power Clean + 1 Push Press + 2 Thrusters: no dropping the bar once you start this cycle and you can add weight during the 10 minutes if you need to go up or down. Record your weight you used majority of the emom on the board. I don't want people missing minutes, everyone should complete all 10 minutes of the EMOM.
Yesterday was a "Throw back Thursday" where people post old pictures of themselves, it got me thinking about the 80's and how many bad bad bad movies there were. What made it even worse were the parents of that generation (I hope it's parents plural and mine wasn't the only one like this) But parents seemed to be too lenient in certain areas that parents now a days wouldn't even think of. So it got me thinking about the most inappropriate movie my father let me watch when I was 10-12 years old. Was it Porky's, nope, Just one of the Guys, Nope, Fast times at Ridgemont High, nope(and I was allowed to watch each of those). I think the worst movie he let me rent was "Last American Virgin" Seriously, what was he thinking? What was your "What were you thinking moment" for your parents?