081206 SATURDAY “Elizabeth”
Jared, Carry and Herm do some synchronized pull ups during “Helen”
21 – 15 – 9
Squat Clean 135lbs
Post time to comments.
Alternate: “Team Elizabeth”
Choose two partners of equal ability for a group of 3 people total (if partners are of different ability, scale for each person i.e. medicine ball cleans and box dips vs full 135lb squat cleans and ring dips).
Each person performs Elizabeth as prescribed in succession with no two teammates working out at the same time. As soon as the first person is done, the second person can go, and so on.
Post times for individuals as well as teams. The winning team gets to stay at the Shed, while all the loosing teams have to run a 400m lap together.
Jolie from CrossFit One World doing Elizabeth at The Shed back in May (with Moises going head-to-head):
“You grow much of your own produce, visit your local farmersâ€™ markets for the foods that you canâ€™t grow yourself and have even started participating in a food co-op, but youâ€™re still left high and dry when it comes to purchasing a decent steak.
Enter Cowpooling, the latest buzz term for the practice under which a group of neighbors team up to purchase a whole cow from a local farm. The cow is then butchered to order and the various cuts divvied up among the neighbors (who presumably arenâ€™t going to argue over who gets the last T-bone!)
But, beyond the nifty name (seriously, cowpooling? Genius!) how exactly is it any different to good olâ€™ fashioned cow-sharing? Well, typically when you sign up for a cow-share, youâ€™re signing up to have access to the cowâ€™s fresh raw milk as opposed to, well, the actual cow. In addition, when youâ€™re participating in a cowshare, you generally have to pay for a portion of the cowâ€™s upkeep, usually in the form of a holding fee to the farmer. . .”
Are you interested in “Cowpooling” with some fellow DCFers? Post it to comments.