Think About This Next Time You Grab for a Soda


Think About This Next Time You Grab for a Soda

Gross, but true:


Workout of the Day:

Run 1600 meters
Rest 3 minutes
Run 1200 meters
Rest 2 minutes
Run 800 meters
Rest 1 minute
Run 400 meters

8 Responses

  1. Looks like a good cardio workout today for you guys. Hope it is not to hot outside. EVA almost got the best of me today. I finished in 55:55 (RX). Those 70lb. kettle bells swings almost did me in. Just glad the pain is over. Sue and Charlie, you are right, it should be called Evil EVA. We have a couple animals at CFNE who looked like they were going to finish in under 35 mintes (insane!). Enjoy the weekend everybody. It is going to be hot (for us) in Boston this weekend. May hit 80 degrees.

  2. Christine

    Looks like todays WOD is right up my alley. Of course I have had to miss all the ones with a run in them this past week..gotta love working out of your comfort zone.:)

  3. Hey Warren, at 6:00am it was quit nice outside. We did a deadlift, handstand push up wod and then did some running. Eva is evil, great job on your time and rx. It will also get 80 degress here this weekend, but we will not complain after all the cold weather we had this winter. Check out the April pain storm wod, some of the guys have tried it and it looks really bad. Bryan, Sue and I are going to do it soon. Thanks for checking in on us.
    Today’s lecture on upper extremidies was really great, very informative. Joe did a great job. I am looking forward to the other lectures too. Thanks for bringing that to our gym.

  4. Hi guys,
    Sorry I missed the lecture, but Leo really helped me out with my snatch today at CrossFit Evo. It was worth the trip!

  5. Debbie D

    Hey Wendy, did you hear about what Lisa did at CF Evo last night? Badly sprained ankle from catching the extra rope laying on the floor while coming down a climb. She said I gave her my bad injury mojo… 🙁

  6. joe justado

    Much thanks and appreciation to the participants who showed up at the first installment of the Trigger Point Release and Myofascial Strertching series. I hope the material was helpful and informative. We’ll probably have to do that one over again as I feel that the shoulder and upper extremity is the most important of all – just ask Alex. He’s got one good working shoulder now from being worked on. I’ll work on that right side next time Alex! Looking forward to seeing the rest of you at the coming presentations.