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Did two three workouts yesterday neither none of which were on a bicycle. *waits for faithful readers to get up off of the floor*

The first was a Crossfit workout. Crossfit is an evil spawn of Satan workout regime. From the Crossfit wikipedia entry:

CrossFit workouts typically call for athletes to work hard and fast, often with no rest. Many CrossFit gyms use scoring and ranking systems, transforming workouts into sport. Many CrossFit athletes and trainers see themselves as part of a contrarian insurgent movement that questions conventional fitness wisdom

Our workout yesterday was:

Five rounds for time of:
15  pound barbell Overhead walking lunges, 50 feet
21 burpees

Time of 21:30 Jeremy did 4 rounds, Ryan and I did 3 rounds. It sucked. Bad. I don't think I could have done any more 'burpees' without really hurting myself. I was dizzy, my face was numb, I was getting a headache, my back hurt, I felt like I was going to puke. So we will have to work up to doing as many sets as the site suggests but wow still a killer workout in 21 minutes. I can barely move today… you all know the feeling, where you can’t shampoo your hair very well because raising your arms above your head is almost impossible.

The second was yoga. Our normal Tuesday night class. It was great, as usual, but really tough considering how bad my legs and arms were hurting. The class was packed which made it very warm in the studio no not quite hot yoga warm but I was sweating up a storm! The GREAT part is that I felt better after class than before.

I’m glad yoga helped me to stretch and loosen up because my third workout of the night was the BEST workout I can imagine!

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Posted on Wednesday, January 28, 2009 8:21 AM Fit Club | Back to top

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Yes, "yoga" was amazing last night! Sorry you're sore this morning though. =(
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