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Strength: Deadlift 3×2 @ 95-97%
30 DL 115/80
15 Cal Row
10 Burpees over Rower
Strength: Snatch 5×1 @ 95-97%
Wall Balls 30/20
**Time Cap: 15min**
Strength: Push Jerk 5×5 @ 80-85%
3 Push Jerks 165/115
5 Bar Muscle Ups
In an informative article by Huffington Post’s Taylor Pittman, CrossFit mama, Revie Jane Schulz, opens up about her post-baby body and why she loves it. Schulz went from being self-conscious about her body to admiring what she’s accomplished and capable of.
CrossFit is constantly varied movements that are functional in aiding muscle growth, weight loss, heart health, and mobility. Those who participate in CrossFit love the sport; not only for it’s effectiveness at helping practitioners to meet fitness goals, but for the love and support that they receive every time they step through their box’s doors. Unfortunately, there are naysayers who either don’t believe in the CrossFit regimen or feel threatened by it and if you’ve been a practitioner for a while, you’ve certainly heard some of the lies that circulate the web. Below is a list of the most common CrossFit myths and why they are wrong.
The benefits that your body receives from doing CrossFit are countless. Some of the most important include achieving better heart health, improved mobility, and meeting weight loss goals. If you are considering joining a CrossFit class, but are still on the fence, the following information will help you to get an understanding of the benefits the sport has to offer.