Intermediate/advanced WODs at HR:00
A: Windmill / side press
Rest precisely ninety seconds between each round. 5 rounds, time each
CFE Running WODs at 6AM, 7AM, 8AM
2 X (600m + 800m + 1000m). Meet Coach Heidi at 28th Street.
Daniel K. writes: “This is a picture of me climbing solo on the Mont Blanc glacier (though I didn’t summit). In the winter I do a lot of ski mountaineering too, and I’ve found that CrossFit is outstanding both for summer and winter climbing. In winter–balanced on one leg in gale-force winds on a knife-edged ridge, for instance–the stability one gets from all the core strength and balance work is hugely helpful. In summer it just gives you the engine to motor up the peaks and stability while descending them.”
How does CrossFit training make YOU better at the rest of your life? Email me a picture and a short explanation (allison AT crossfitnyc DOT com) for the blog!
Fourth of July Schedule: All-Levels WODs (at 28th Street): 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 (No AM Running WOD’s)
Tending the microbial garden / Urban probiotics / Add dirt to the diet
Top 5 most annoying CrossFitters
Real women speak: this is what weightlifting means to me
Miranda on cleans: “Don’t try to control the bar, try to control the positions of your body.” (video)
Protein absorption: The myth of 30 grams
Here’s what’s on tap for Thursday’s intermediate & advanced WOD classes at HR:00 and HR:45:
A: Deadlift 3×3
B: Tabata Wallball