How To Get A Record Of Hours Worked For Crossfit?

Posted by Joe on November 4, 2009 at 07:43 PM

I have some questions about Crossfit. What is the best way to get a record of hours worked for crossfit? At what point in time do I have to be submitting timesheets versus only being able to submit the hours off my logbook? Thanks!

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shadow style For acoustic size, I would suggest getting your guitar fully set up to the same scale length. Then, using a digital tuner, tune your guitar until it’s consistently in tune by ear. It’s very common, at least in my experience with custom guitars, for them to go out of tune after being played. If necessary, take the action down about 1/2 – 3/4 inch from where it was when you found the tuning you liked (“remarkably consistent” is how I’d describe mine). Stepping down that far makes any adjustments you make afterwards easier to get right — especially since there are other moving parts involved in getting your flamenco sound exactly right! I’m assuming here that your flamenco guitar has an all-screw stringing rather than gut strings. If so, these suggestions should apply equally well to both types of instrument: Traditional classical or lute flamenco techniques are based on manipulating the tension created by the tension rod which pulls against acoustically isolated Plectrums (flattened metal sticks) held between thumb and index fingers. This worked fine prior to widespread use of nylon or other synthetic fibers for strings — at least into World War II — but still works perfectly well today if done properly (assuming healthy intact fingertips!). When holding each string pressed between thumb and index finger while fretting every note with only one finger (left hand), one needs to engage muscles in