090211 WEDNESDAY “AMRAP 1/2 Kelly”
Mark leads the class through ‘Overhead Walk’ form (no he is not threatening to ‘Hulk Smash’ the dbs) to Stephanie, Carry, Strong Meg, Laci, Vikki (hiding behind Mark), Yvonne, Jasmine, Miles and Bryan.
As many rounds as possible in 20 minutes
25 box jumps (24in box for advanced, 20in intermediate, 12 in box beginner)
25 wall balls (20lb/10ft advanced, 14lb/10ft intermediate, 10lb/8ft beginner)
Post number of rounds, and fractions of rounds completed to comments.
Compare your total number of repetions completed to your last “Kelly” score.
“. . .From 1998 to 2002, the number of servicemembers diagnosed as overweight remained s teady at about one or two out of 100. But those numbers increased after 2003, according to the study, and today nearly one in 20 are diagnosed as clinically overweight.
There may be even more overweight troops than the report shows, Kilpatrick said, because the study includes only servicemembers diagnosed as overweight during a visit with a doctor. The actual percentage of troops who are found to be overweight during fitness trials could be higher, he said . . .”
“Letter of the Day”
In our quest for assistance to prove to the city of Pleasant Hill that a zoning text change is good idea for all, we will try and highlight some of the letters you guys send in here on the website.
Today’s is from Ron L:
” This in regards to the Pleasant Hill planning commissions zoning hearing affecting Diablo Crossfit. My name is Ron Lorensen I am an active member of Diablo Crossfit. I would like to see the zoning rules amended to include small business like Diablo Crossfit in light industrial parks. In the time that I have been a member I have seen no negative impacts that DCF has or could have or be having on the park. I do not understand the what the commissions real concerns are . Fitness facilities located within industrial zones are not uncommon. I have lifted weights for over 25 years and have worked out at many fitness facilities located in industrial zones, so this is not a unique situation! . . .”
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And don’t forget to write your letter to firstname.lastname@example.org today!