What a way to start the week
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UPCOMING ELEMENTS WORKSHOPS:
#122 Women-only Elements (first ever!) — M/W/F @ 6:30pm, starts TONIGHT (3 slots left)
#123 Tue/Thur @ 9pm, starts TOMORROW (only 1 slot left!)
#124 Mon/Thur @ 7:30am, starts May 24 (4 slots left)
#125 starts May 25 SOLD OUT!
#126 Mon/Thurs @ 6am, starts June 7
#127 Mon/Wed @ 7:30pm, starts June 7
115 pound Thruster, 21 reps
15 ft Rope Climb, 12 ascents
115 pound Thruster, 15 reps
15 ft Rope Climb, 9 ascents
115 pound Thruster, 9 reps
15 ft Rope Climb, 6 ascents
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Compare to 091023.
QUESTIONS of the DAY:
1) If you’re a member of the gym who is a “lurker” (i.e., reads but never comments), why do you never comment (whether to post your workouts or just in general)? Yes, I know I’m asking you to de-lurk and go out of your comfort zone, but isn’t that what crossfit’s all about? Are you waiting to start getting better at crossfit before you’ll be brave enough to post scores? Post anonymously if you must, but please post!
2) If you’re a member who is a regular commenter : Has commenting here improved your crossfit/nutrition/social life/etc? If so, how? Have you ever been afraid to post a “bad” score or (seemingly) stupid question? Why do you think the lurkers should start commenting?
3) If you’re a regular reader and lurker who doesn’t comment because you don’t train at the Black Box–I know we have readers all around the world, most of whom crossfit at other affiliates or on their own–please post to comments a bit about yourself. Where do you live? How do you train? Why do you read our blog every day even though you’re not a member of our gym?
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Congratulations to our very own Sara Carr, who gets the star treatment over on the CrossFit Games blog. Lucky for us, Rickke was kind enough to make a great athlete profile video of Sara that we posted on Vimeo: