090127 TUESDAY “Number 2”
Ron and Chris finishing the overhead tire carry during Saturday’s workout (Ron looks kinda evil and ready for more, Chris. . . not so much).
Workout: “Number 2”
As many rounds as possible in 15 minutes:
10 wall ball (20lb ball, 10 ft target or 14lb ball 8 foot target)
10 sumo deadlift high pull (95lb, 53, 35 or 26 depending on skill)
10 ring dips (or ring push ups)
10 double unders
Post number of rounds and fractions of rounds to comments.
The Nor Cal Regional registration is OPEN! Click here to go to the website and register to compete.
“To register, you’ll need to use the Google Checkout button at the upper right-hand side of the [regional qualifier] blog.
You’ll receive an email confirmation once your order has been placed, as well as a shipping confirmation email once we charge your credit card or debit card. We won’t be physically shipping you anything, but this email will serve as confirmation of your registration.
The registration fee is $75 through the end of February. Beginning March 1, the fee will increase to $100. So get in while the getting’s good!
(And in case you’re wondering, you will be getting a t-shirt.)
If you have any questions about registration, contact us at NorCalCFRegionals@gmail.com.”
Post to comments if you are registered or plan to register and/or come just to watch (and cheer DCFers on).
“. . .We are, it is often–and accuratelyâ€”said, what we eat. Recent diet trends, from Atkins to South Beach, have put the emphasis on upping our intake of protein or cutting out carbohydrates. Meanwhile, cholesterol, saturated fats, and trans fats have been stigmatized, leading to the belief that waging a total war on fat is the best way to get a slimmer waistline and a longer life. But fats are as crucial to a healthy body as protein is; they end up holstered into the heart, protecting organs, and building the cells of the brain, an organ that is itself 60 percent fat. The key to good health lies not in ruthlessly striking fat from our diets, but in eating the best possible fats for our bodies. And a growing chorus of nutritionists agrees that those fats are omega-3s. . .”
Click here for complete article.
Don’t forget about CrossFit One World‘s Fish Tournament this Saturday (There will even be a jumper house for the kids, and a keg for the ‘big’ kids).