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June 03, 2010

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OK I like the women who like to work in their bodies, but a girl with that physical appearance come to me ask it for a date, I don't know what to say if "I say yes but please don't punch me" or well "of course but don't hug me, I don't want to end in the hospital with all my bonds broken".

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I just threw up in my mouth,lol. Try it show us some results. From my standpoint of getting my guys (military) out of bodybuidling bullshit, I'd advice against it. I have way to much to do practicing lifts, kettlebells, running, etc. There are some many better things to be doing versus targeting and isolating, my humble opinion.

@Imran. No flame war. My point was that I agreed that doing their workout at their weights and their time is a good constantly varied element to add to CrossFit as well. I was kind of being facetious about the position of boasting that "their workouts" are "our warm ups." That was what I was trying to say, not being boastful myself. Sorry, sometimes that isn't conveyed well in postings.

@Jor
"I think it is worth doing just from the concept of constantly varied and the unknown or unknowable. Besides, we CrossFitters often expound proudly that "your" workout is our warm up. So, why not prove it by warming up sometimes with "their" workout? I can dig that."

Not trying to start a flame war here, but sometimes a little humility might be in order. You do realise that doing "their workout" also means lifting "their pounds/kilos" in weight on the bar. Not just repeating the same movement pattern with 1/4 of the weight....

I am not fake, I really was a Navy Squeel! I was, I was, I was!

LOL!! THE FAMOUS "FAKE DAVE CASTRO" POST

That's it Freddy. I deaffiliate you.

This brings to mind what legendary powerlifter, Doug Young, said with regard to his bodybuilding; "I don’t just want to be strong, I want to look strong."

two words "CONJUGATED TRAINING" I am sure since HQ started working with Louie Simmons, their thought on curls,close grip press, etc have changed a bit. It would be nice to have a reverse hyper.

Another method that is pretty cool is the agonist/antagonist pairing.

before a max effort bench press, do a set of chins or bar curls to fatigue the biceps. by doing this, it allows the triceps to do more work allowing for a bigger lift ;) and yes I have tried it and it works.

I am glad you posted this, Freddy.

I would like to see you throw some EDT training into the mix as well. (Charles Staley).

Hey Freddy,

I totally drank the Kool-Aid on ditching the accessory lifts too after I started Crossfiting. Looks like you and I both read Wendler 5/3/1 at the same time. They have been back in my strength work progressively more these past weeks. I feel like I'm cheatin' on Crossfit, haha.

Thanks for keeping the Crossfit world in check.

Since I started following the crossfit path, a year ago, every source of inspiration and knowledge has totally banned the body building way. I have never questioned it and always thought that this new crossfit thing is the shit, meaning that I´ve totally repressed my own knowledge about strength and conditioning training in favour of the "new way".

Interesting reading Freddy.

/Richard Sandberg
Crossfit Nordic
Stockholm, Sweden

I think it is worth doing just from the concept of constantly varied and the unknown or unknowable. Besides, we CrossFitters often expound proudly that "your" workout is our warm up. So, why not prove it by warming up sometimes with "their" workout? I can dig that.

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