C# Programming, Windows Phone 7.1 Development View Profile View Forum Posts 3,814 Moderator Mod Team Mod Reputation: 0 Join Date Apr 2008 Location Toronto, Ontario Posts 676 I would say that it varies pretty widely depending on your starting point. If you are just getting started then the WODs will take you anywhere from one to five minutes to complete to about thirty minutes or more for intermediate/advanced athletes if they are doing a TKD or Metcon day where there are several different movements involved in the WOD.
The timer is good if you want to know how long you have left but I find it subjective because people tend to over-estimate their time left when actually only having three tries remaining on the clock … Last edited by Victor3600; 02-02-2010 at 12:47 PM . #10 Join Date Jun 2008 Location NJ Posts 64 Originally Posted by poppah Originally Posted by where can i get wods chart?where long is an average crossfit wod?? Hello? It’s this program, in fact.
http://www.crossfitterunleashed…fitness/forum/posts/730 Hi! It’s this program, in fact.#10 Join Date May 2007 Location The Midwest Posts 897 Well said sir #11 Once upon a time here….. View Profile View Forum Posts 1 587 Good stuff guys! #12 Senior Member Join
Crossfit Journal Article “What Is Fitness?”?
FitFluential Article “How To Improve Your Fitness”? Soon it was time to get on the scale. Before getting ready to step back onto the scale, I had a moment of reflection, which is something I like to do without actually stepping off-scale. But this time I didn’t step off; this was one of those moments where perspective changed everything. It dawned on me that because my body fat percentage is so low (under 6%), that if I did get weighed today, even if all my weight were muscle, that number would still put me at an unhealthily low weight for someone with about 30 pounds more muscle than what I currently have. So it hit me… what good is “losing 5% body fat” if you are not otherwise healthy? That sounds like losing 5% vocal chords or anything else your body does not need because you think they are needed right now… no thank you! My birthday is in 11 days and for almost 8 years now, each year has been relatively horrible from a health standpoint so why revert back now? While being conscious of food intake and exercise at all times helps increase overall health as well as burn calories faster over time, most people never lose weight after their initial weight loss plateau regardless of how much they may want them to. In my opinion, as long as going forward isn’t going backwards then there is no longer any reason to worry about adding just a little bit more
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