Crossfit. The wonderful juxtaposition of brutal and awesome. The skill felt great today. Definitely a PR for this complex. Worked up to 195lbs. Extremely happy with that! Play with sound if you like grunting. The clean from the floor included a swear but you can't quite hear it... Did the WOD at 135lbs and it was hard AF. The last push jerk almost caused a quad cramp. Got through it under the time cap!
- 10 Med Ball Cleans
- 10 Duck Walks
- 20 Jumping Jacks
3 Position Squat Clean And Jerk
High Hang, Hang, Floor then the Jerk
1 X 1 @ Max - Worked up to 195lbs #woot
For time: under 17min cap... Will update later as I forgot to look
Front Squats 155lbs Rx (Scaled to 135lbs)
Push Jerks 155lbs Rx (Scaled to 135lbs)
Session 2: #explosive
Conditioning 😎... second video was just technique work on hang cleans to incorporate later on in my programme
been working a lot on deadlifts lately! today 143 was my 10 rep max! i tried to put on a bit more weight but could only make it to 5reps. #progressnotperfection
y’all! celebrate small gains!✨
im also starting to actually learn the hard way, that speed CANNOT substitute form. i often get caught up during #WODs
that involve cycling weights- i see people moving weight so quickly around me and I want to keep up. today I didn’t hook grip my hang clean, so on the second rep the bar slipped out of my hands, banged agains my quads and fell to the floor. I picked it up and kept going - finishing the workout but man did it hurt! im realizing that I need to concentrate on my movements, focus on form and not make speed my goal in workouts like this. .
#truth #lessonlearned #hangclean #crossfit #crossfitgirls #healthylife #myfitnessjourney #healthyoption #functionalfitness #focusonform #tiu #tiugirls
🎈STRENGTH BEFORE SURGERY SERIES, PART 5: THE “IDEAL” SITUATION🎈
Hey, YOU - there is a lot more that goes into return to sport and successful rehab than simply repairing the injured area via surgery (ie. biological outcome). As a matter of fact, biological outcome is the only thing that surgery DOES address (which in the grand scheme of things is the LEAST important outcome) and it doesn’t even do that with a 100% long-term guarantee! Tissue damage does not always equal pain.
Four other outcomes to consider:
1️⃣ Functional (will you throw a ball again, perform a push-up again, do what you love again etc).
2️⃣ Psychological (will your quality of life improve, satisfaction improve etc.)
3️⃣ Social (will you be able to play with your kids again, participate in family events etc.)
4️⃣ Costs (will it cause discomfort, lengthy recovery time, money etc.)
In an ideal world, we would have the first 3 outcomes maximized, and the 4th outcome minimized (costs) in order to promote a true ‘sweet spot’ of outcomes. Surgery doesn’t guarantee ANY of these outcomes, and it is quite possible to still have the same pain, dysfunction and reduced quality of life following surgery. Strength and movement might not improve the biological outcome (who cares, tissue damage doesn’t always equal pain!), but it can drastically improve the other four outcomes under the right guidance.
🔥Seek out a qualified professional, and give conservative, exercise-based interventions a chance!
Hang cleans! One of our fav movements!
Monday Monday Monday. Just cause it's raining and cold, don't slack on your workouts. Consistency is the key to everything!
Monday morning training... All aboard the struggle bus 🚌
Check out this month's featured Member Profile!
Meet Eric Lowe
A)Age and occupation: 30 years old / lawyer
B)What brought you to Body One? I was looking for dynamic workouts in a group environment that change daily. I was accustomed to 5:00am swim workouts in college, and B1’s 5:00am option was a great way to get back to that type of training schedule.
C)How long have you been a Body One member? Almost 3 years
D)What were your fitness goals coming to Body One? To stay healthy and to workout consistently. I didn’t have any particular fitness goals coming into B1, but I ended up setting many goals as a result of joining.
E) Have you achieved your fitness goals? Yes. Since joining, I have completed several marathons, 50k’s, and open water races. B1 has also greatly benefited my cardio, core, and grip strength for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
F) What do you like most about being a Body One Member? I like being able to knock out a workout before 6:00am and carry that momentum into the rest of my day. The 5:00am group is a great group to train with and I like the encouragement that we all share with each other.
G)What is your favorite/least favorite exercise/workout challenge at Body One? Favorite: Any type of row/sprint/burpee/pull-up combo. Least favorite: snow angels
Es tan sabio él dicho todo pasa por algo... Él comienzo de este 2018 fue duro, tanto que pensé que había tomado él camino equivocado, desencantado con mi carrera y trabajo, hasta que... Llegue al lugar mas bello y acogedor, lleno de gente hermosa ❤ @fenixboxfit_cf
me hicieron reencantarme con mi profesión y él mundo del crossfit, no solo eso sino que me han hecho sacar lo mejor de mi parte atletica y como coach.... Agradecido a mi coach él pelaito mas sensual @severinodiez
y a la veropi @pinutschile
por su apoyo y confianza, gracias a toda la gente de fenix son lo maximo😘
Se acabaron los open de @wodstockchile
ahora sólo esperar, solo queda decir que lo di todo.... #graciasvida #graciasfamilia #graciasatodos #hangclean
Insistir, Persistir, Resistir pero nunca Desistir 😍
-Brenda Castro 🇲🇽
Si digo que todo Mexico está orgulloso de lo que a hecho y logrado esta mujer me quedo corto 💪🏼 Ella es la numero #1
🥇 en Mexico sin ninguna duda y esperemos y pronto tengamos a muchos más así 💪🏼🇲🇽