How Can Horses Walk Through Snow Without Getting Crossfit?

yes, and then they get into that expensive horse snob scene.

lol yeah that plays a part….but not nearly as much of one as i had thought —that’s crazy…..not about the watch, but about the ‘stereotyping’—i always felt like i was different from most….seems like you get accused of it alot more than others…so why do people attack me for it?

yeah no kidding ….i feel very out of place there …then again everyone does lol

THe Giants suck this year too?! Want to trade them all 4 2006 season + 2 2006 rookie picks (for future picks) over to me.

Yes! Gotta be @1 billion dollars!!! How many teams are gonna go 0 – 16 within the first month…they gotta fall off after that.


How Many Times Crossfit Athletes Squat Per Week?

If you’re an experienced Crossfit athlete, you may already be aware of the importance of getting in your lifting workouts. But if you’ve yet to participate in this type of workout, here are some numbers to get you started: For overhead squats (barbells): 2-3 sets x 3-4 reps 2-3 sets x 3-4 reps For Good Mornings (dumbbells): 2 sets x 4 reps; alternating knees driven up each rep (so 4 straight one-legged good mornings) 2 sets x 4 reps; alternating knees driven up each rep (so 4 straight one-legged good mornings) For front squats (dumbbells or barbells): 1 set at 75% of max; 1 set at 90%; then 2 last sets at 90%

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