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November 05, 2012

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We will be O-lifting on Thursday night at 6:30 p.m.

Because of the gym closure, we will not be lifting on Saturday, unless the group wants to lift at 5 p.m. on Saturday. Send me a FB message if you are interested in lifting on Saturday at 5 p.m. or we can discuss Thursday evening.

Sometimes I need to chalk up too much for pull ups in the middle of a workout as a disguised way to sandbag and catch my breath.

Ansel, I guess I should make going back in the archives and reading every post I ever wrote required reading for new members...lol:

http://crossfitoneworld.typepad.com/crossfit_one_world/2010/02/this-is-not-cool.html

http://crossfitoneworld.typepad.com/crossfit_one_world/2010/02/this-is-not-cool-part-ii.html

Would have been nice to know about kipping pullups not mixing with heavily chalked hands, BEFORE I ripped mine.

Oh well, guess I'll just CHALK IT up to experience.

We had the same issue with MD Chalk. It's like unscented baby powder.

"Maybe someone should try and make some cupcakes with it...."

LOL

MDUSA chalk made in China....BAD!!!
MUELLER chalk made in Taiwan,....EXCELLENT!
There is a huge difference!!!
BTW...I'm made in Taiwan!!! :)

"Not ideal when you are lifting a heavy barbell or hanging from a set of rings."

when is anyone trying to do the former?

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