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TUESDAY – 9.6.2016

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Sep

TUESDAY – 9.6.2016

September Member of the Month:
Mitt Chinsethagid

“CrossFit means a great deal to me because it challenges me both physically and mentally every day I get to work out. My journey with CrossFit started at the end of 2012, when I had been convinced by a friend to try it after I gave him a hard time for being in a “cult.” I was one of the people who bashed CrossFit as a fad and made fun of my friends who never quit talking about it, without any knowledge of what it really was. I had been going to a regular gym doing 3 sets of 10 on every machine the place had to offer for 3 years and saw little progress in how I felt and looked. Fast forward 4 years later, and I still look forward to the part of my day that I get to come into the box and give an hour of my day towards working towards my fitness goals.

“CrossFit Vital has had a huge impact on my life because of the people that make the box what it is. Even with the large variety of people with different backgrounds, one thing remains constant, the people at the box who have made the effort to show up and work out are there to both show support and be supported. Everyone who walks through the door has made the choice to improve themselves in some way or another.

“One of the many things Crossfit has changed is my perspective on what it means to be healthy. It’s easy to settle into a sedentary lifestyle that is convenient but does little to improve your overall health. It only took a few months of showing up regularly and adjusting my diet to see progress and actually feel the difference of the work and effort I was putting in. CrossFit has also been a big factor in the way I changed how I focus. Being able to prioritize both my strengths and weaknesses in a daily workout and analyze what steps need to be taken to overcome those is something I’ve learned from doing workouts that have left me on the floor wondering what went wrong and how can I improve. This is a side benefit that has carried over to both my personal and work life outside of the box.”

WARM UP
200 M Run
1:00 Static Hang
1:00 Squat Hold
200 M Run

Burgener Warm Up

STRENGTH
10 Min E2MOM
1 -2 Squat Snatch @ 75 – 80% of 1RM

*You have two minutes to lift….Take your time do not rush, setup and think about what you are doing.

WOD
800 M Run
40 Box Jumps
20 Power Snatches 135/95
100 AbMat Sit Ups

L2
115/75#

L3
95/65/Scaled

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