Thursday 200813

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Conditioning

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“Wheelie Time”

Complete 5 rounds of the following for time:

30 Push-ups

20 Deadlifts 155#/105# 

10/7 Calorie Assault Bike

1 Minute Rest Between Rounds

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Matty V!

Do You Even Rest Bro??

Are you the type that thinks more is better? Sometimes more IS better but when it comes to recovery and your body, more training is not always better. When was the last time you took a rest day? Meaning, you didn’t do any training or get your heart rate up? Can’t remember?? Then you should probably take a day off! As crossfitters, we tend think more is better and more training will get us closer to reaching our goals and if we take days off then that will hurt our fitness. That is the furthest thing from the truth. If anything, taking planned rest days helps your body recover so that way you can keep pushing it like you do in the gym. If you can’t remember when you took a complete day off from training then try taking at least one day a week to just recover and see how your body performs for you, I almost guarantee you will start to feel better and stronger giving it a break every now and then. 

 

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