Thursday 140807

Yoga gives you time to relax – Yoga can be hard, really hard if you’re not used to it. But unlike a HERO or Girls WOD, you probably won’t throw up at the end. CrossFit is primarily about moving fast with intensity, but in order to cultivate speed you must also cultivate rest. Relaxation is important for your ability to integrate the information you receive mentally and physically during your workouts and throughout your day. Being able to relax deeply helps you come back with  more power, focus, and determination, because you’ve had ample time to recover. On your next rest day, replace your giant ice cream sundae with a restorative yoga class and see how you feel. Or, who am I kidding…..just do both!

Yoga tonight at 7p!

Dynamic Mobility Warm-Up
Prepare for…

Skill – 

Baseline (5-10 min)
for time
500m Row
40 Air Squats 
30 Sit ups
20 Push ups
10 Pull ups

Mobility WOD:

Shoulders 
 
Oldie but a goodie.
*Competitors or athletes wanting to improve your Fitness level

Do WOD Active Recovery Day. Come to YOGA at 7p,  do the MWOD,  or make up a day you missed earlier this week.

*Go see Dr. James Parker, our resident Olympian, CrossFitter and AMIT certified physician at 801-774-0266 Or Alan Kerbs P.T ASTYM  801-896-9624 another resident CrossFitter.
 Nancy or Jason Prince at STRUCTURA 801-897-8711  also resident CrossFitters ,to accelerate your healing and get rid of myofascial build up, aches and pains from working out….”
*Walk, Hike, Row, Run , Bike for 15-20mins at a pace you can carry on a conversation.
* Come in and  Spend 25-35 minutes working on your Goats- Skill and Mobility work today!!.

. Nutrition Preparation
* Go shopping. Ensure that you have quality foods prepared in the appropriate quantities to fuel your efforts for the week to come.

. Mental Restoration
* Different for everyone, could be meditation, yoga or could be gathering with friends; the key is to engage in activities that make your life full and help you recharge your batteries. 

 

 

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