ANNOUNCEMENTS: Next Wednesday, October 31st, if you don’t show up to workout in costume, there will be a severe penalty. You have been warned! Also, only 6:30AM class the next morning, November 1st, is CANCELLED. Please plan accordingly.
To ice or not to ice? Most athletes are probably familiar with the acronym RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation). Or at least the idea that if you experience pain or swelling you should put ice on it. Well, we were wrong. Kelly Starrett from MobilityWOD.com debunks another ancient myth. The problem with icing is that it is only a short-term solution and prevents the body’s normal cellular and vascular response to injury. Icing accomplishes this through numbness, which essentially halts the body’s recovery process. Fortunately, we now have a new acronym, courtesy of KStarr – MCE (Move safely, Compress, Elevate). For the full read click on this link.
A. Build to a heavy single behind the neck Jerk
Death by Push Press & Pullups (1 of each the 1st min, 2 of each the 2nd, and so on…)