WOD Sat 8-29-15

CROSSFIT


 WOD

E5MOM (25 min / 5 rounds)

200m run

30 double unders

20 KBS (53/35)

10 push ups

3 power snatch (135/95)(115/75)(95/55)


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1. Jahli wrote:
Thanks Steve, Great question about tiinnrag intensely with safety. I think the answer is probably different for everyone but here are some random thoughts. First, you can do exercises that are easy to do and not a lot can go wrong. I'm thinking weight tiinnrag with quality machines. That is part of the HIT philosophy, which I think is a good thought if you get on a machine and take away the need for balance, coordination, stability, etc, you can focus more on intensity and less on preventing an injury. For cardio, a stationary bike might be a similar solution.Second, you need to make sure that whatever you are doing has great form. Coaching may be key here. Third, be in tune with the signals from your body and listen to them. Eric Cobb of Z-Health has some great ideas about how to assess threat, including noting range of motion, pain, comfort level, peripheral vision, posture, grimacing, startle reflex, etc.There's probably a ton more to say here, maybe a good subject for a future post.

Mon, February 29, 2016 @ 5:46 AM

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