is there a way to simply enter it into the system and not have to show up?
Ryan B – Right now we’re just pulling out all of the data we’ve gotten with our runners and walkers, trying to cross-reference them as much as possible. If someone doesn’t show up or they don’t do well enough for their scoring level, they would probably be removed from the program. So if you go in and you don’t meet those standards, then that will prevent your entry into the next step.
But at this time we can only enter scores into an individual workout page on one particular day: i.e. Wednesday, Thursday. I know for instance there is a multi-day competition running right now; we definitely post those workouts eventually, but we are only posting the top performer every single week. Because many different times are being used by athletes who are doing run/walk racing for multiple days…so that means it takes us longer to get that info out rather than just putting everything out immediately so everyone knows who did what each day/weekend/whatever! We want people training through multiple phases because running races throughout the winter months is pretty awesome! But yes – absolutely future plans include having more immediate access to athlete results so people can track their progress over time without having to login all the time!
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I am really bad at doing pull ups. I can only do 4-5 at the most (on my way up) and they feel like more of a struggle than they should. My arms literally hurt after doing a few sets a day. Any Interview Questions That May Be Asked To You? What has been your biggest challenge so far? How have you overcome it, or how have you learned from mistakes made earlier in your Crossfit career? Has one obstacle ever taken you off course or got in the way of your goal for this year? Why did you choose the path you did to get where you are today? Do keywords such as consistency, drive, commitment and dedication play into everything that you do for yourself and your training partner(s)? What athletic background does one need if they want to take steps forward with their nutrition or skills training plan a little closer attention to detail is key because things can go very wrong very quickly if not following instructions exactly thanks
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