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Thursday, November 21, 2013

11.22.13 WOD

Athletes, this Saturday at 8am the Tri-cities area Journal of Business is coming to the box to take pictures of us doing a WOD. So come show your support, wear your NSXFit gear and come WOD! 

Also a quick reminder, it is getting cold, which means most slow down their water consumption. Keep drinking water and wear warm clothes during our warm-ups. Lastly, don't forget to wipe sweat puddles and equipment down.

Thank you, Coach Leo

Rest day complete Endurance WOD

Today you are at the play ground have fun and mess around trying new things and get comfortable with uncomfortable. If you feel like it here is a quick EWOD to get your endurance up. 

Each for time:
1000m Row x 3 
*3 minutes rest between each attempt. Record each time. 

Note: while you rest share your rower with another person that is at your level of rowing. 

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