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9/7/2016 Beginner Intermediate Advanced WOD The Sassy Sixty 60 wall balls (10/6) 60 NPU burpees 60 thrusters (35/25) 60 Jumping pull ups 60 sit ups 60 KB Swings (26/18) The Sassy Sixty 60 wall balls (14/10) 60 burpees 60 thrusters (55/35) 60 pull ups 60 sit ups 60 KB Swings (1/26) The Sassy Sixty 60 wall balls (20/14) 60 burpees 60 thrusters (65/45) 60 pull ups 60 sit ups 60 KB Swings (1.5/1) http://www.crossfitsurfcity.com/workout-day-wednesday-september-7th/
Is Fitness Safe for your Kids? We live in a generation of technology and we are seeing less kids be active. Top that off with the cut backs in public education degradation the physical education programs and we are left with less participation in athletics. I believe physical exertion is paramount to being a balance human. In addition, there are many lessons learned from the participation in athletics. InLon Kilgore’s article “Putting the Physical Back into Education” from the CrossFit Journal talks about this very problem. Public school physical education stinks. Along with that, we see record obesity, record low fitness, and record low activity levels among school-age kids in the United States. How many schools in the U.S. have a requirement for daily physical education? How many schools provide adequate staff, equipment, and time for physical education so it has a chance at being effective? Although administrators everywhere in the U.S. will say they do, it is a sad fact that, over and over again, the norm is that free-for-all recess is counted as physical education in many school systems. It is also common that physical educators, like one I know in Bowie, Texas, have 65 kids and only 45 minutes, a gymnasium, limited resources, and a state-mandated curriculum to work with. The curricula tend to be focused either on short units on various team sports or on “health” and “lifetime activities”—but never on fitness. All these factors are a recipe for failure of epidemic proportion. One of my master’s students chronicled this failure in a thesis research project that assessed fitness improvement over two years of junior high school physical education. Of the three junior high schools studied, only one set of kids made even minor improvements in standard physical fitness scores. This abysmal showing is made even more dismal by the fact that the students studied are quite hormonally competent,growing and developing physically on nearly a daily basis. They should be able to become more fit with even a little progressive exercise. The results make it evident that the part of physical education class directed toward improving physical fitness was inadequate if not completely absent, or its design and implementation were highly inappropriate.
8/5/2016 Beginner Intermediate Advanced WOD A. 35 Burpee Pull-Ups for time B. 35 KB Swings for time (1/26) + 100m Run Rest as long as it takes to run 200m Run Rest as long as it takes to run 400m Run Rest as long as it takes to run 200m Run Rest as long as it takes to run [ 130 more words. ] http://www.crossfitsurfcity.com/workout-day-friday-august-5th/
We live in a generation of technology and we are seeing less kids be active. Top that off with the cut backs in public education degradation the physical education programs and we are left with less participation in athletics. I believe physical exertion is paramount to being a balance human. In addition, there are many lessons learned from the participation in athletics. [ 303 more words. ] http://www.crossfitsurfcity.com/is-fitness-safe-for-your-kids/
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