Sunday 5 - 6:30 pm join the Sunday Suicide Squad. When I was working overnight, Sunday at 6 pm was the closest I ever felt to a normal person's Saturday morning. I started doing a short but brutal WOD then so I could take an "afternoon nap" between about 11 pm and 7 or 8 am Monday when for a few glorious hours once a week I would feel like a Human instead of a zombie. A few mutants joined me, and the SSS was born. It's not a great time for me anymore, but I'm a sucker for tradition. [JD] This Sunday the SSS will take on "Helen".
3 Rounds for Time
21 KB Swings
I [VP] have been talking a lot about the importance of recovery. We have been encouraging all of you to stretch, foam-roll, ball-roll, and flat-out eat better. You can't come into the gym and hit it hard if you wear your tissues out - you are like a hot-rod, a racehorse ridden hard and put away wet - you need maintenance. For that reason we are offering various forms of massage - we have two resident Certified Massage Therapists, Darla the Oly lifter and Margaret the Coach. Also, we have invited in Randy Burgess of For Your Health Tui Na to demo his technique for tips. Look for Randy in class, maybe he can give you hope for that squeaky shoulder.
Speaking of recovery, eating better does make a difference. We are going to start another Paleo challenge in mid-October, so that you can be done by Thanksgiving. ;) Here is some preliminary reading from Robb Wolf, superstar Paleo dude, as seen on TV. More details will follow, but there will be prizes and performance benchmarks! We will not kick you off the island if you fall face-first into a vat of brownies, but you will get points for good food choices. This is not a weight loss challenge! You can gain muscle or lose fat depending on how you approach this.