Wednesday – GraceDay

Beginner Option: 30 clean and jerks for time OR: 30 snatches for time Men: 75 lb. Women: 55 lb. CFHQ says, if you're aiming to do it right: complete Grace in under 5 minutes. My squat is still for shit, but I can Clean, and so I did: Grace at 55lbs. in 4:38. If it … Continue reading Wednesday – GraceDay

Tuesday

Beginner Option 5 2-minute rounds of: 12-cal. row Max rep sit-ups There is no rest between rounds. Complete in 10:55. Instead of cutting short my time, I aimed for a consistent 18 sit-ups per round. Forgot what it's like to do sit-ups too. Hooray.

Monday Part II

Beginner option complete: Beginner Option 4 rounds for time of: 10 jumping pull-ups 20 knee push-ups 30 squats Don't remember my exact time, under 10 minutes I think. I also did not remember what it's like to do push ups.

Monday

Greetings from the garage. Yesterday the CFHQ WOD was swim 1,000 meters (1,094 yards) for time. 1,000 meters equals approx. .6 miles, or around 20 laps in a 25 yard pool. Either way, I do not have immediate access to a pool, nor will I anytime soon, so instead of swimming on Sunday I ran … Continue reading Monday

3rd Inaugural WOD

First of all, tomorrow is a rest day. Let's just get that out of the way. Today's WOD per CFHQ: Nancy 5 rounds for time of: 400-meter run 15 overhead squats (OHS) Men: 95 lb. Women: 65 lb. I opted for a modified scaled version: 5 rounds for time of: 400-meter row 10 overhead squats … Continue reading 3rd Inaugural WOD

2nd Inaugural

The second inaugural DCCF WOD is in the books. Per HQ: Hang squat clean 3-3-3-3-3-3-3 reps Scaling The hang squat clean is a good opportunity to practice full hip and leg extension, and speed under the bar. Ideally, each set will be as heavy as possible for 3 reps, but newer athletes should start light … Continue reading 2nd Inaugural

Every Day, Begin Again

Sometimes it's exhausting to think about—having to start over every single day. Like, can't I just keep building on the momentum I created today and carry it over into tomorrow and the day after tomorrow? Sometimes we're grateful for the reboot, not every day is good and we look forward to another start. Sometimes, for … Continue reading Every Day, Begin Again