2012 Open Sectional 12.2
Proceed through the sequence below completing as many reps as possible in 10 minutes of:
30- 75/45 pound Snatch
30- 135/75 pound Snatch
30- 165/100 pound Snatch
210/120 pound Snatch, as many reps as possible
There comes a time when most people begin to realize that exercise alone isn’t leading to desired weight loss or change of body composition. Once people make the transition away from “rewarding” themselves with pizza or a Frappuccino post-WOD and start making consistently healthy choices, they tend to notice improvements. However, it is still possible to sabotage your weight loss efforts. Even if you have cut out the grains, refined foods and sugar, you might be making choices that are preventing your body shedding some of those excess pounds. Here’s an article from Mark’s Daily Apple, 9 Ways You Might Be Inadvertently Sabotaging Your Weight Loss Efforts.
You’re overly obsessed with dietary purity.
Now, if you’re celiac or gluten sensitive, it’s natural to be concerned about even minimal amounts of gluten in soy sauce. If you’re allergic to dairy, you should be that guy who pesters the waiter about the powdered milk in the gravy. If you’re pregnant, I wouldn’t blame you for worrying over the source of the fish you’re being served. But if you’re generally healthy – or on your way there – and you’re not acutely intolerant or allergic to any particular food, I’d argue that worrying over a single component of a single meal to the point of physical manifestations of stress (racing heart, sweaty palms, nervous tick, scattered thoughts) is not conducive to weight loss. You’re trying to be so perfect that it becomes the enemy of the good.