Last time I did 63 on the green band, my super excited about this PR!! My mom and I are leaving to go up to Huntington Lake this afternoon for a week...I have a few WODs in mind for our week away. It will be interesting to see the effects of the high altitude, I know its going to be a lot harder!
It was my first time doing weighted OHS today, it felt pretty good. On a side note, I went to the dentist today and was told that my plaque levels were zero to low or something like that. She started talking about how that was really good and how some people just have different types of plaque that can cause more or less harm. Then I asked what my levels were the last time I was in 6 months ago and she said that it was moderate. She then went on about how diet can affect the plaque in your mouth. We obviously know that eating a ton of sugar, drinking soda, ect is not good for your dental hygiene, but it was interesting to hear how a healthy diet can affect the type of plaque not just the amount.
30-13-11 (I was told that I was kipping a little bit, but I wasn't trying to, next time 100% strict)
400m Walking Lunge
Wow, what an awesome weekend! Being able to see so many amazing athletes perform such grueling workouts was so inspiring. Watching Jason Kalipha collapse to the ground before the first run was over then get up, finish the run, and get 5th place over all was unreal. I can't wait for next year!!
I knew it would happen eventually and I was always really scared of this one, but surprisingly it wasn't as horrible as I thought it would be. My mom and I ran together for pretty much the whole time. My goal was to finish with out walking and we both did it! Next time sub 60!
Man that 10# makes a huge difference. No wonder I used to hate running so much!! After the WOD I worked on my pull ups and hand stands. Faith gave me a good idea to add one pull up every week. Last week I did one, so my goal for this week is to link 2 (we'll see how that goes because it's going to be a short week).
Wow. That was filthy to say the least. I was chipping away at everything ok until I got to the last thing, I did about 10 jumps and couldn't breathe anymore. This was the first WOD I actually thought I might not finnish. I'd wait a few seconds, trying to take deep breaths then do a few more jumps but the feeling came right back. But, I knew I couldn't quit. I've never been one to say I cant do something and it wasn't going to happen tonight. It made me feel better knowing that there was a highly trained paramedic (my brother) standing a few feet away... just incase. I don't know how I finished but I did. My goal for next time: RX'D (hopefully it will be a while)
My name is Jenna and I just graduated from SDSU in December. Since then I have moved back to Ventura and have started working out at CrossFit Ventura. I spent a year abroad in Spain and went to the running of the bulls with my brother Nick in July. I was definitely not prepared to run but I plan on going back and doing it!!