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I love watching humans work their way through mental quandaries within the context of movement no matter the sport. It’s fascinating to me. I’ve been know to watch EVERY AND ANY SPORT. I’ve watched sumo wrestling, curling, badminton, and ping pong, and whatever else is on obscure sports networks. For two years straight, I watched every hour of the Tour de France – that’s a 21 day event, folks. [ 418 more words. ] http://crossfitla.com/3615420433-2/
I think most of us have had a struggle with sugar at one time during our adult life or another. As kids, it’s not struggle. We are introduced to the white crystal elixir and, as typical kids do, we then try to figure out how to shovel as much in our mouths as we can. See? No struggle. But as adults we know better, and most of us are in tune enough with our bodies to know that we mildly or not so mildly feel some kind of terrible once we’ve crashed — not to mention any long-term affects sugar is wreaking. [ 833 more words. ] http://crossfitla.com/i-am-so-over-you-guest-blog-by-member-laurie-newbound/
In Friday’s blog, I let you know that we raised over $1,500 for the Westside Food Bank during the Open. I wanted to let you guys know a little more where that money actually goes. Westside Food Bank’s mission is to distribute as much food as possible to local agencies with food assistance programs and to reduce food waste on the Westside of Los Angeles County. [ 283 more words. ] http://crossfitla.com/your-open-contributions-hard-at-work/
16.3 was fun! I thought so at least. Maybe because it was a light weight … Anyway, great job to all the Open athletes. And congratulations to Matt Lai and Steven Sone for getting their first bar muscle ups ever on Friday night. That was fantastic! As for the CFLA team competition, this week’s winner is … stlll the PM team! [ 119 more words. ] http://crossfitla.com/the-game-of-throwdowns-16-3-results/
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