Tue 12/15/09

By December 14, 2009CFMC Blog Archives
TR1_7648 “If your expectations are always those of someone content to live without physical challenge, then when it comes time for mental, moral, or emotional challenge, you fail to meet it because you are out of practice. Meeting and overcoming obstacles are skills that can be honed, as opposed to talents with which we are born. The best way to prepare for the inevitable shit that life occasionally hands us all is to live in a way that prepares you for it. If you can treat personal tragedy like a heavy set of twenty squats, you’ll do better than someone who has never met any challenge. Intentionally placing yourself in the position of having to complete a task when you don’t know if you can is the single best way of preparing to be in that position unintentionally. And that, my friends, is the way your training should be approached, so that you get more out of it than just ‘wellness’.”
Mark Rippetoe, “Be Alive. Be Very Alive.”, CrossFit Journal #63, Nov 2007

Today’s WOD:


AMRAP in 12 minutes:

  • 10 Plate Pushups (three plates, each hand on a plate, feet on a plate – chest drops below hands)
  • 10 Supine Ring Pullups (feet on box, body starts below parallel)
  • jeffasilver

    Very cool workout today! Thanks Tai!!