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Tuesday, 16 Nov, 2010

Posted by Mandee on November 15, 2010   |   20 Comments

Warm-up:
Shoulder-prep, samson stretch, and hip mobility stretches. Then, 3 x 10 OHS with PVC pipe, with three jogs around the gym between every set.

Workout:

Nancy
5 rounds for time of:
400 meter run
95 pound Overhead squat, 15 reps

Compare toΒ 090715.

Cool-down:
passive shoulder stretches and mobility work

Post time to comments.

You’re an athlete. Now train like one.

Question of the day- How do you handle nutrition with children? To what degree do your other family members eat like you do? What challenges do you face sticking to a clean diet if other members of your family don’t?

20 responses to “Tuesday, 16 Nov, 2010”

  1. Christy Bergin says:

    The kids do have sandwich bread and pasta sometimes but fill each dish with lots of proteins. Breakfast is the hardest because a bowl of cereal is just so easy. Lota of fruits and nuts as snacks. Only drink water at home. When we go out they can have limited sugary drinks. No desserts in house. Tommy& I don’t find it challenging to not eat the foods the kids eat. If were gonna slip it will mostl likely be with wine. The biggest challenge is having enough food in the house! Seems like we go though so many eggs’ fruit & meat. Were at the store daily.

  2. Emily D. says:

    awesome pic Strickland!

  3. Aaron says:

    Scaled @ 75 pounds
    14:09

  4. Larry Lowe says:

    15:43 rx

    All OHS unbroken. Felt good.

  5. Justin says:

    14:06 rx’d
    A little slow on the runs, but all OHS unbroken.
    Previous PR was 25:20 scaled to 75lbs.

    • Aaron says:

      Strong work today from you and Larry. Y’all’s (is that a word?) OHS looked outstanding. And if you got 14:06, maybe I got 14:11 or so…I don’t remember what I wrote on the board…

      • Justin says:

        I’m pretty sure you only finished a rep or two behind me.

        OHS unbroken was very surprising. I think I only managed 21 in 5 minutes a few weeks ago during a saturday wod.

  6. katieg says:

    Lunches are hardest with the kids… still do PB&J but also add yogurt, grapes and crackers. We switched breakfast from cereal to egg on toast or sausage with a banana about 6 mos ago… that was HARD and time consuming, but its worth it. For the MOST part they eat our Paleo dinners, or cheicken and a veggie if we are trying out a crazy recipe. THE HARDEST THING TO STAY AWAY OF THE KIDS FOOD IS THEIR HALLOWEEN CANDY!! Shoulda thrown that stuff away… πŸ™‚

  7. Kyle Mosier says:

    18:52 – scaled to 75# for rounds 1 and 2 and 45# for rounds 3 – 5. My OHS stinks!

  8. LaurenN says:

    QOD: My husband’s diet consists of pizza, pasta, and rice dishes. Its very hard to see and smell these things in the house. However lucky for me he covers everything in hot sauce and habeneros and spices it all up to the point where no other human could possibly eat it. And he is also quick to tell me something isnt on my diet so it all works out I guess. smelling the pizza two or three times a week is the hardest though! πŸ™‚

  9. katieg says:

    21:19 as rx’d. Shins hurt… weird! 4th day on… tomorrow is definitley a REST day!

  10. Penelope says:

    16:26 (Scaled to 45#)

    QOD: Nutrition is easy with our daughter – her coaches started talking nutrition with her a year ago – we reinforce at home and she is crazy aware of what she eats. Some family members criticize that she is TOO concerned…but her dreams require it and she knows it. Hopefully she will help influence her little brother!

    Another question – where can I buy flavored fish oil for our 1 year old?

  11. Jake Naumcheff says:

    12:27

  12. Scott says:

    As Rx: 15:48