So with so much information out there about diets and nutrition, it can be a challenge to know what to do. If you have fitness performance goals, weight loss goals or just general health goals, there are plenty of books, websites, and podcasts that will tell you what to do. But here’s the truth about all the books, website and podcasts: no two people have the same nutritional needs.
Four years; four different stories. Each year that registered for the Open, I have had different goals: 2016: I was definitely about my ranking.
WORKOUT 19.5 33-27-21-15-9 reps for time of: Thrusters Chest-to-bar pull-ups Time cap: 20 minutes Rx’d: (Ages 16-54) Men use 95 lb. Women use 65
CrossFitGames Open workout 19.4 is:
For total time:
3 rounds of:
12 bar-facing burpeesThen,
rest 3 minutes before continuing with:
3 rounds of:
10 bar muscle ups /(chin-over-bar pull-ups)
12 bar-facing burpees
Scaling is not failing – I want to get serious for a minute and share my thoughts about the CrossFit Games Open and all the social media posts about people being disappointed about scaling the workouts.
CrossFitGames Open workout 19.1 is: 19 Wallball Shots 19 Cal row 15 min AMRAP I did it; it’s done. Up until yesterday, I wasn’t
My name is Julie Jones and I help people 35 and older to show up for themselves with a strong body and mind. I
I love a good EMOM, Every Minute on the Minute. The basic idea is to take movement and a set number of reps that
Every year since 2015, I have done the @crossfit open. In fact I started CrossFit during the 2015 Open. I had no idea what it was, but I just knew that it was a time for our community to get together and support each other during the workouts.
It’s finally here; the 2019 CrossFit Season has finally arrived! Registration for the Open is live and we finally have an official CrossFit Games rulebook. Many people have been waiting a long time for the rulebook given all that changes coming to the 2019 Games season.
What changes, you say?