SPARTAN PERFORMANCE CROSSFIT SUFFOLK
5 rounds for time of:
5 Hang power snatch
5 One arm deadlift, left hand
5 One-arm deadlift, right hand
Use the same barbell for the HPS and the one-arm deadlift
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How To Tell If Your Inflamed: Objective And Subjective Inflammatory Markers "Obviously, it’s easy to tell if you’ve got some acute inflammation going on – swelling, pain, heat radiating from a part of your body that’s suddenly assumed a rosy hue, and throbbing open wounds are all blatant indicators of the inflammatory process at work – but tests for markers of inflammation are not yet standard across most medical practices. With that in mind, I’ll be giving info on both objective markers for which you can test, as well as on the subjective markers I use on myself that you can “test” and use to evaluate your own level of inflammation."—Mark Sisson, Mark's Daily Apple
Global Study Sheds Light On Role Of Exercise, Cars And Television On The Risk Of Heart Attacks "Until now, few studies have looked at the different aspects of physical activity both at work and during leisure time in relation to the risk of heart attacks," said Professor Claes Held, the first author of the study. "Much is already known about the association between physical activity and cardiovascular risk, but what this study adds, among many other things, is a global perspective. The study shows that mild to moderate physical activity at work, and any level of physical activity during leisure time reduces the risk of heart attack, independent of other traditional risk factors in men and women of all ages, in most regions of the world and in countries with low, middle or high income levels. Interestingly, heavy physical labour at work did not protect against heart attacks.
"These data extend the importance of physical activity and confirm a consistent protective effect of physical activity across all country income levels in addition to the known benefits of modifying traditional risk factors such as smoking. Furthermore, ownership of a car and TV, which promotes sedentary behaviour, was found to be independently associated with the risk of heart attacks."—Science Daily, January 11, 2012