Tuesday

CrossFit Territory – CrossFit

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Warm-up

5-4-3-2-1

strict Pull ups/Ring row

Kettlebell swing

Mobility

Pigeon pose 2 minutes each side

Workout of the day

Metcon (5 Rounds for reps)

LITE (Scale)

5 2-minute rounds of:

5 Power clean

200-m sprint

Max burpee Box step up

Rest 2 minutes between rounds.

GENERAL (Rx’d)

5 2-minute rounds of:

5 Power cleans 60/40

200-m sprint

max burpee Box jump up

Rest 2 minutes between rounds.

COMPETITORS ( Rx+)

5 2-minute rounds of:

5 Power cleans 80/50

200-m sprint

max burpee Box jump overs

Rest 2 minutes between rounds.
Strategy

Pick a weight that allows you to go unbroken on the power cleans

Equipment

NA

then after 3mins straight into the next workout

Metcon (Time)

for time

100 Med ball sit ups

Nutrition Tip

What are FODMAPs?

Put simply, FODMAPs are a collection of short-chain carbohydrates (sugars) that aren’t absorbed properly in the gut, which can trigger symptoms in people with IBS. FODMAPs are found naturally in many foods and food additives.

How does the Low FODMAP Diet work?

Developed by Monash University researchers, the Low FODMAP DietTM limits foods that have been shown to aggravate the gut and cause Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) symptoms like intestinal bloating, gas and pain. These foods are high in a group of sugars called FODMAPs.

The Monash University Low FODMAP DietTM is best followed under the supervision of a qualified dietitian or healthcare professional who is experienced in this specialised area. The diet begins with a 2-6 week period of high restriction and then transitions to a more relaxed diet where certain foods are gradually re-introduced. Despite including the word “diet”, a low FODMAP approach to eating is not intended as a weight loss plan.

to read more https://www.monashfodmap.com/about-fodmap-and-ibs/

Romwod

Saddle Eagle- 1min each side

Saddle- 1 min

Bound Angle- 1 min

Seated Straddle- 1min

Single Leg Forward Fold-1min each