For a CrossFitter (i.e., one who eats for athletic performance) the Zone ranks up there with some of the other “must do’s” in life—things like seeing the Grand Canyon, visiting the Louvre, scuba diving, or skydiving. At some point in your life you just have to do it. If you haven’t sincerely tried committing to good nutrition, maybe it’s time you looked at your reasons. What are your excuses? How valid are they, really? Are you so invested in them that you’re willing to sacrifice your potential?
Rob Miller From CrossFit Journal Article 63
Great work today-'Walt' is one tough workout. We are sure to see it again. Great Job Nicole for using the 14lb wall-ball! Drew gave an awesome performance just a week and a half after his surgery! It was good to see Caleb back today.
30 Reps Clean and Jerk 135/95 For Time
There is a lot to be said for technique in this workout in particular. After all technique is better movement-better movement is more efficient-efficiency is speed. Get that order wrong,like say prioritize speed, and you only make things difficult, inefficient, and slower.
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