3 rounds, each for time:
Max Effort 500m Row
Rest as needed between efforts
Hint: do it like this guy…
Well CrossFit SAC fans, we’re now two weeks away from the start of the 2013 CrossFit Open! I hope you all are as excited as I am.
Whether or not you’re planning on joining us for the Open workouts or if you just can’t wait for them to be over so we can stop writing about them on the blog… soon enough you’ll get your wish. In the meantime, you may have noticed that our programming has taken a slight shift in the last month or so. This is not by accident, but rather an intentional attempt to begin to prepare our gym for the demands of the workouts we anticipate will be revealed during the 5 weeks of the Open.
Again, to those of you who are not planning on participating in the Open, worry not! You’re still going to get fitter by coming in to the gym and doing the workouts we have planned every day, it’s just that they are designed with some very specific goals in mind.
Oh and don’t worry, for you Food Challengers… take a look at the link below and see what the experts are avoiding
What’s the one food you refuse to eat? Peas, tofu, liver and onions? Whatever it is, it’s probably because you don’t like the way it tastes, not necessarily because it contains ingredients suspected of causing cancer or because it was picked by farmers wearing Hazmat suits. Yet, there are still a lot of those foods on store shelves, and food-industry insiders, who know what goes on behind the scenes, refuse to eat them. We polled some of those insiders—people who know the business and work daily to evict pesticides, genetically modified organisms, animal cruelty, social injustice, and unhealthy foods from the food supply—to find out what they know about the dark side of “convenience” foods and what they will eat. Take note so you, too, can avoid the worst of what grocery stores have to offer.