“Crossfit allows you to exercise the same amount of weight, but over significantly more reps. It doesn’t matter what type of workout. You get extra benefit from it by using intense, intense movements… so there’s no need for tons of rest between sets.”
JT: Do you push yourself in workouts? How can one train with intensity when doing three sets?
“The number-one mistake I see people make is that they adjust their weights down in order to do more repetitions. Nobody does that! They don’t stop deadlifting their 200 pound bodyweight because they’re worried about how much weight they are lifting – THEY ARE DOING TWICE AS MUCH LIFTING IT! Similarly, nobody does pull-ups when they are only working up to 10 or 12 at a time.”
What Type Of Flash Should I Use To Photograph Crossfit?
You’ve probably read a ton of these types of “Ask a pro photographer questions” articles where they talk about how different photographing a workout is from doing other sports, and how certain settings work well for what you want to capture. But the reality is that there are no universal settings, and if you learn one setting or workflow, it won’t be perfect for every situation. I found this article really helpful when I was trying to figure out what type of flash to get: http://www.appliedphotocratics.com/universalsystems/flash_system_basics.html Ok yeah but can we go ahead and set our cameras to ______??? Show me where it says that in the manual! Here are my professional faves for running around in my garage or at home on weekdays when I don’t have time to play with 5 different flashes (rocks included):
Competitive CrossFit craze hits Maritimes
as Halifax takes top national title While it does not have a gym of its own, Dartmouth-based CrossFit Pride founder Scott Simmons trains at the YMCA in Halifax. He’s being lauded by local competitors as a source of inspiration for an abundance of new recruits who are willing to travel from the states and out of town to work out with him. Simmons said he has no intention of leaving Halifax any time soon, because he thinks the city is perfectly suited to what he teaches. “For us here (in Nova Scotia), we don’t really need crossfit guys because there aren’t places like Toronto or Montreal where they’ve got 15 gyms … It kind of stands out more when you see these people coming down here,” Simmons said. “I’m not doing anything different than what I would be teaching if I was teaching anywhere else.” Volunteer coaches will coach for free for up to five years; Powerlifting Club will waive its dues during this period, which normally costs $100 per month, giving access to competition opportunities through regional clinics and meets across North America. The cost for trainers within Regional Cup community is $65 per month plus registration fee for competitions, which varies depending on where members compete. The classes focus on strength training combined with cardiovascular conditioning exercises focusing on Olympic lifts rather than purely gymnastic movements found in other gyms that use machines or weights however large or small players can lift them since that type of