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It’s fairly common, really. Maybe not the gesture, but certainly the feeling. You collapse after a horrible WOD and want nothing more than to pass into a peaceful oblivion, away from all the pain and suffering your life has been about for the previous [insert WOD time here]. Your diaphragm still burns from breathing so hard, your heart rate is still WAY above your target zone (according to the helpful training chart on the treadmill you saw 9 months ago), and your muscles feel like they’ve been replaced with electric barbed wire. It’s always right at that certain moment when an onlooker has a sarcastic comment for you about your performance. And not long after their comment is when that feeling hits you to supply them with your own pixelated appendage.
I love CrossFit.
Front Squat 3×5
30 reps, Clean and Jerk (135/93)
1000m Row for best time