03/25/10 – Strength & Sprints Day 25

We are going to be making some schedule changes going forward.  Nothing has been changed yet, but the proposed changes are the following

  • FREE Class on Tuesday’s @ 7:30pm instead of Saturday’s @ 11:30am
  • Fundamentals @ 6pm on Mon/Wed/Thurs and not on Saturday
  • Saturday’s CrossFit WOD @ 9:30am instead of 10:30am

If you have any suggestions please post them to the comments section.  All ideas will be considered.  Remember, summertime is coming so for those of you who have summer hours, throw out some suggestions.  Thanks.

Today’s LInks –

Everyone's Pull ups are looking good!
Everyone's Pull ups are looking good!
30" box jumps are fun
30" box jumps are fun

Schedule –

  • Foam Roll / Mobility Warm up
  • Extra Shoulder Prep – Wall Slides – Y’s-T’s-W’s – Shoulder Circles – Close/Mid/Wide Push ups and Pull ups
  • WOD – Start by completing ONE Clean & Jerk and then one round of Cindy (5 Pull ups / 10 Push ups / 15 Air Squats), then TWO Clean & Jerks and then one round of Cindy, THREE C&Js and then one round of Cindy and so on up until you reach 10 Clean & Jerks.  In total you will be completing 55 Clean & Jerks and 10 rounds of cindy.  Games Standard weights are 155/95.
  • 3 x 20 GHD Sit ups
  • Stretch

5 thoughts on “03/25/10 – Strength & Sprints Day 25”

  1. I would just like to point out to the world that Crossfit908’s Steve Arpaia was the inspiration for today’s article on Mark’s Daily Apple. Of course, you won’t see my name credited anywhere because he’s a glory-hogging, geriatric ken doll with a lego-man haircut, but I digress. For a full transcript of the email I sent to him on February 19th pointing out the importance of seasonality in the human’s ideal diet and suggesting he write an article on the subject, please provide your email address in the comments section beneath this one. In the meantime, bask in the knowledge that you know the guy who gives ideas to the guy who writes for Mark’s Daily Apple. Tell your children my tale.

  2. Haha I got the daily e-mail from Mark’s Daily Apple and I was like…. wait a second, isn’t this what Steve e-mailed him about?! Haha, that’s awesome! Shout out to STEVE!

  3. ———- Forwarded message ———-
    From: “Mark Sisson”
    Date: Feb 19, 2010 12:16 PM
    Subject: Re: Primal eating by season?
    To: “Steve Arpaia”


    That’s a good idea for a post. As far as the basics go, season has little effect on how your body processes fruit, though season certainly can play a major role in health and gene expression (sunlight, tendency to spend less time outside, less activity during winter months, which foods are available, etc.).