Push Press 3-3-3-3-3
100 Meter Farmer's Walk 90#
As you may already know I recently started back at school and thus have had less opportunity to spend my days in the gym with you lovely people. With that said I've been finding it increasingly difficult to procrastinate from school by reading CrossFit material because I'm simply running low on material to read. I'd appreciate it if you all could offer up some of your favorite sources as I will.
With that being said I wanted to share with you some of the blogs that I like to follow. Looking through these will give you some insight into how much work goes into competing at highest level. With that being said however, I want to point out that in order to become as elite as these athletes, does not mean it will be best if you follow that training program. These athletes are able to handle the volume of their training because they have worked so hard for so long. This is the reason that the majority of high level CrossFit athletes are crossovers from other sports. Now they may not have always done what we consider CrossFit but they've performed high intensity functional movement their entire life. There is no magic formula or workout plan that will take you from good to great. Consistency with your training, nutrition, and recovery is the formula. Be patient with yourself and LEARN TO MOVE WITH EFFICIENCY, this cannot be stressed enough. Your fitness is a long term endeavor. It does not come over night.
James Fitzgerald's blog
Blair Morrison's Blog
Joey Warren's Blog
T-Nation -may not be everybody's style but a good resource if you have a fitness question on your mind. Just as you would with any other discussion board take everything with a grain of salt.