Monday, December 3, 2012

Team Tuesday - Focus, you must Focus


With the 21 day challenge in full swing, it is impotant to remember that it is not going to be easy.
If it were easy, it wouldn't be called a challenge, it would be called the 21 day easy.

The time for being easy is over.
Some people say that you have to be obsessed with this...
I say... "hell yeah"

If you aren't obsessed with your health, who will be.
If you want an easy work out, then try zumba, or some other type of workout that doesn't plan to change your whole body.

CrossFit works. There are proven results seen all around the world.
CrossFit works even better when you couple it with a great meal plan like the Paleo diet.
Ask any one that has ever done it. You may get a "damn it was hard" or "wow, I had to stay dedicated to it"
But you will always hear a "But it worked!"

The reason it is hard and not easy is because you have to actually get off of your butt and do something. You have to prepare, plan, cook, shop wisely, and be a little strict when you go out to eat.

It's not just about fast food, cheap food, easy food, comfort food.
It is about the rest of your life.

If you don't start now, when will you start:

Skill:
21 day challenge Benchmarks for those who missed Monday
All others...
EMOM for 10 minutes
1 Power Clean
1 Push Press to Back
1 Snatch Balance
Return to front

WOD:
“Holleyman”

In teams of 2 complete 30 Rounds for time:
5 Wall Ball Shots, 20/14#
3 Handstand PU
225 pound power clean, 1 rep

*athletes will alternate exercises each round
*If you don't have a partner, we will try to find you one.
*If we can't find you a partner, someone will have to complete a solo workout and do only 15 rounds
U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Aaron N. Holleyman, 27, of Glasgow, Montana, assigned to the 1st Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group, based in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, was killed on August 30, 2004, when his military vehicle hit an improvised explosive device in Khutayiah, Iraq. He is survived by his daughters Shelby and Erin, son Zachary, parents Ross and Glenda, and siblings Kelly and Daniel.
 
OT:
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