Warm-up: CFWU, 15 Dislocates, 10 Kip Swings x3
Clean and Jerk: 6 singles at 70% 1RM
Clean Pulls: 3×2 at 120%
MetCon – 20 Acceleration Sprints:
(Concentrate on the explosiveness of the first step)
-How many days a week do you think about CrossFit? No, I’m not talking about when you’re on your way to, or actually at the gym. But during the day, when you’re at your job or in class, how much do you actually think about meeting/exceeding your goals in fitness? I’ve heard CrossFit referred to as a healthy cult many times, but would laugh and never really gave it more than a momentary thought. Since this semester began, my schedule between work and school has been a mess and I haven’t had the time to be in the gym as much as I would like to be. Due to these circumstances, I’ve explicitly experienced the cult-like mentality of CrossFit. So with this being said I’d like to propose a certain set of behaviors and thought patterns that describe my cult-like obsession with CrossFit.
Signs you know you’re in a CrossFit cult:
-You check www.crossfitktown.com more than your email.
-You’ve bought 3 new pairs of pants due to ripping the seams.
-You check other people’s facebook updates to see what their WOD was.
-You practice staying on your heels when you sit down in a chair.
-You find yourself setting your back, jumping, and shrugging to put a 3lb. box onto a shelf.
-When going on your old “jog” just seems effortless without a time priority.
-You want to call someone who has been to a morning class to see what the WOD is.
-You jump at the chance to tell anyone about the knowledge you’ve acquired from Ktown.
-You have to file your lifting calluses more than you do your nails.
-You burn through lotion bottles because of how much chalk you use on a daily basis.
-You want to tell the world that it’s OK TO EAT SAUSAGE! (or that fat doesn’t make you fat)
-Obviously, I could go on…but this is where I want you to finish! Post additional signs you know you’re in a CrossFit cult to comments.