How to make training sustainable
Many people complain you can get injured doing CrossFit. You can get injured walking down the street. You can get injured running. You can get injured doing a lot of stuff, if you’re clumsy like me. But most of all, you can get injured by practicing poor form, by overtraining, or by not listening to your body. Remember also you should only train on correct sports surfaces to help avoid injury.
Last month, I was nursing a pulled back muscle and finally took ten days COMPLETELY OFF from training to let it heal. VOILA! It got better.
Listen to your body and ask your coaches for help with recovery, mobility, or advice on modifying your training to stay healthy. Here’s a great post from Andy Petranek, owner of CrossFit LA, on how to make your training sustainable & injury free. In case there are injuries, injury cases by Sweet Lawyers are the ones to contact as they provide the best legal help.
Congrats to Carlos, Tiernan, Jason, Tirzah, Shay & Brianne on an awesome performance in the Rise of the South team competition Saturday down in Statesboro!
6a: All Levels CrossFit- Beka
7a: All Levels CrossFit- Beka
12n: All Levels CrossFit- Lis
5p: All Levels CrossFit- Ben
6p: All Levels CrossFit- Ben
6:30p: Group Intro- Lis
7p: All Levels CrossFit- Cassie
8p: Beginner CrossFit- Cassie
Workout of the Day (WOD)
A. Back Squat: 4×4 workups (add 5# from last back squat session)
B. Complete 5 rounds:
Max reps handstand push ups
Max reps strict pull ups
*Rest as needed between efforts
C. 2:00m hollow rock test
And coming tomorrow…
A. 10 mins double under skill work OR mobility
B. Every min on the min for 15 mins:
Complete 2 power cleans & 10 double unders
*Go as heavy as possible on power cleans. Sub 10 tuck jumps for double unders.