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Archive for May, 2010

31/05/10

Mon ,31/05/2010

Workout Of the Day

For time

9 Deadlift

1 resisted run 9 (green band)

9 Pull up

6 Deadlift

2 resisted run

6 Pull up

3 Deadlift

3 resisted run

3 Pull up

30/05/10

Sun ,30/05/2010

Workout Of the Day

For time

Fight to 30

3 Rds

30 reps/cals @ each station

Wall-ball: 20 pound ball, 10 ft target. (Reps)
Sumo Dead lift High-Pull: 75 pounds (Reps)
Box Jump: 20″ box (Reps)
Push-press: 75 pounds (Reps)
Row: calories (Calories)

23/05/10

Sun ,23/05/2010

Workout Of the Day

Back levers and Front levers.

no time limit, no numbers.

22/05/10

Sat ,22/05/2010

Workout Of the Day

15 Min AMRAP

50 Double Unders

10 Pushups

10 Bar over head 135#/95#

21/05/10

Fri ,21/05/2010

Rest Day

20/05/10

Thu ,20/05/2010

Workout Of the Day

For Time

Fran

21-15-9

Thrusters (95#/65#)

Pull Ups

19/05/10

Wed ,19/05/2010

Workout Of the Day

Karen “Happy Birthday”

For Time

150 Wall Ball Shots

10′ target 20# ball


18/05/10

Tue ,18/05/2010

Rest Day


17/05/10

Mon ,17/05/2010

Workout Of the Day

15 min AMRAP

10 Push Press 95#/65#

10 Knee to Elbows

The numbers on Canadian fitness are in, and they’re ugly

Jill Barker, Canwest News Service Published: Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Statistics from the recently released Canadian Health Measures Survey (see details below) stating that Canadians are fatter and less fit than they were 25 years ago shouldn’t have come as any surprise. News of our expanding girth and couch-potato lifestyle has been circulating for years. Trouble is, we’ve done very little to curtail what is often referred to as an obesity epidemic. Read more

16/05/10

Sun ,16/05/2010

Workout Of the Day

Micheal

3 rds For Time

800m Run

50 Sit up

50 Back extensions

Nearly third of children globally are couch potatoes

Reuters Published: Wednesday, March 31, 2010

NEW YORK — North American children aren’t the only couch potatoes with nearly one third of children globally spending three hours a day or more watching TV or on computers, according to study of over 70,000 teens in 34 nations.