SPARTAN PERFORMANCE CROSSFIT SUFFOLK
Seven rounds of:
Make one snatch attempt per round.
Squatmeggedon-All Things Squatting "A funny thing happens on an almost weekly basis. I can't tell you how many times someone has walked into our facility claiming to squat 400+ lbs, only to get stapled by 185 because we actually make him squat to proper depth.
I love when this happens, and it just goes to show that there are a lot of people out there who aren't as strong as they think they are – they're just really good at cheating."—Tony Gentilcore
Dean Somerset explains the Sacroiliac Joint, how it works, what causes dysfunction and how to rehab it. Athletes should be aware of the SI joint because as Somerset explains, "Conservative estimates put the occurrence of SI joint pain at around 10-27% of all back pain sufferers, which means there are millions of people walking around with this little bugger giving them grief."
I've had issues with my SI Joint but learned about it from a chiropractor. Now I'm able to tell when my SI Joint is out of proper alignment. It is helpful when you can go to a chiropractor and tell him your SI Joint is out. After making sure that is in fact the case it's relatively easy for the chiropractor to get the joint back where it belongs. As Somerset states, most people with a misaligned SI Joint will interpret it as lower back pain. It is and it isn't. Being aware of the actual problem and knowing enough to direct your chiropractor goes a long way in speeding up the correcting process.—-George
The Fat Loss Hierarchy "If total calories are controlled, you can lose body fat while still eating Ding Dongs and Ho-Ho's, but what's that doing to your internal health? As the late, great Serge Nubret once said, "Every sickness comes from food."
The average American male now has a fat ass, a limp dick, low T, and ten risk factors for CVD due to shoving refined garbage into his cake-hole every day. It's not typical, nor desirable, to require a laundry list of prescriptions to turn the little mushroom into a big mushroom for four hours or longer, let alone live and function normally. How does that make any logical sense?"—Nate Miyaki, TNation.com