Every Minute on the Minute, for 16 minutes:
Minute 1: 5 Touch-and-Go Power Snatches 115/75
Minute 2: 5 Strict Toes-to-Bar
Repeat alternating power snatches and toes-to-bar through 16 minutes. Touch-and-go is the goal of today’s power snatches, but don’t let that devolve into crappy form for the sake of hanging on to the bar. Scale reps and/or load to something you can handle well.
Post load and Rx to comments.
Open WOD 11.1
AMRAP 10 Minutes:
15 Power Snatches 75/55
This is a repeat of an Open Workout that has come up twice so far. The snatch is intended to be light; however, if you can snatch the Rx’d weight and intend to participate in the Open, give it a shot and see how far you can get. Scaling for double-unders is 15 attempts, but like Dave Castro says, doubles are not an advanced movement. So learn ’em!
Dana M. sitting pretty at the bottom of a snatch during our Olympic lifting class
TONIGHT! Look Feel Perform Better Q&A Info Session: “Why Should I Care About Nutrition Anyway?”
Why do and should we care about nutrition? Isn’t it enough that we come to CrossFit and work hard?
Attend this Look Feel Perform Better Q&A Info Session, the first in our bi-monthly Q&A Info Sessions this year. These sessions will function more as a support group setting than a true lecture, though they will begin with a lecture. In this particular session, we’ll discuss how and why what you feed yourself with has direct impact on your performance and body composition. An open Q&A will follow.
Where: CFSBK’s second floor Annex
When: Tonight at 6:30pm
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