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Mobility Monday June 24, 2013 CrossFit Stapleton- Denver, CO

 
 
A huge CONGRATS to all of our athletes who competed in the RMMT this weekend at CFS. You all represented and worked so hard! Congrats to Galo for getting in ALL 100 of his DUs !. Nicolle, Jennifer, Tara, Kim, Bill, Shane, Dave, Steve K….Great work! So many great memories… Make sure you are all recovering properly…
 
 RESULTS OF 2013 ROCKY MOUNTAIN MASTERS THROWDOWN -CLICK HERE
 

Muscle Stiffness and Athlete Mobility WOD Video 

 

Recovery:

1. The act, process, duration, or an instance of recovering.
2. A return to a normal condition.
3. Something gained or restored in recovering.

All of these definition pretty much fit the role of what happens AFTER we work out. Why is this important? Well, think of it this way: We spend roughly 1 hour working out, but 23 hours recovering. That’s 4% vs 96% of our day.  Personally, I’d say recovery should be on everyone’s mind a LOT more.  We, as Crossfitters, do a fine job of demolishing ourselves on a near-daily basis, but we should be even more cognizant of how to recover properly.  So we can do it again.  🙂

Caveat Lector: While many of these recovery modalities have direct carry-over to any training goals, what I’m emphasizing here is performance.  Want to be a Crossfit Rockstar?  Then giving a shit about body composition has no place.  It’s about faster and stronger.  So keep that in mind, especially in the PWO nutrition point.

I’m going to hit on a few very basic tips on optimizing recovery> Click here to read full article…

 

 

A1. Press @12X1; 4 sets of 5-6 reps; rest 30sec

A2. max rep strict mixed grip chinups x 4 sets; rest 2mins

 

B. EMOM – Power clean TnG x 5 – 6mins

 

WOD- 3 Rounds for Time

12 Thrusters 95/65#

12 CTB pull-ups

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