Hardway Bryan, Carry, and Rhodes throwing some DCF horns while wearing their 20lb weight vests before Murph.
(and below is Carry completing “Murph” as prescribed – all 100 pull ups and push ups with the 20lb weight vest on – not to mention the 2 miles of running and 300 squats).
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Largest food festival in American History is coming to San Francisco this weekend:
“Slow Food Nation celebrates good, clean and fair food”
“The majority of Slow Food Nation events will be held in two locationsâ€” San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza and Fort Mason Center. For those on a budget, Civic Center Plaza is the place to go. In the center of the plaza is the Victory Garden, a beautifully designed edible art project that serves as the anchor for a bustling marketplace of sustainable food vendors. Throughout the weekend, a free stage will feature a variety of dance, music, poetry, and theatre performances.
But the heart of the Slow Food Nation weekend will be found several blocks away, at Fort Mason Center, home to 15 Taste Pavilions. A collection of food demonstration and tasting centers, the Taste Pavilions will showcase a wide range of American food and drink â€” from heirloom hams to handmade ice cream. Admission is $65 for adults ($45 for 21 and under) for a four-hour lunch or dinner tasting experience.”
Article from Mary Rigney at CrossFit Rockwall:
“Consistency is possibly the most important part of an exercise program. Even if you use the best exercise program in existence (i.e. CrossFit) and give 100% effort when you work out, if you’re only doing it once a month it will have little effect on your overall health and fitness. Additionally, you must have consistency before intensity. If you are not consistent enough to get to the point where you can add intensity, you are really missing out on results…”