How To Log Your Crossfit Scores For The Open?

I’ve seen some people talking about CrossFit Open online after completing the workout. Do you know where I can log my score or see who else completed it?

what are the workouts to test if i am interested in joining a crossfit gym?

i’m looking for a couple of basic workouts, nothing too strenuous since im fairly new at this, but seriously want to find something that is still fairly challenging. any ideas?thanks!anyone ever blogged about their experience with crossfit?? does it really work??how do i know if there are gyms approved by olympic/olympia sports federations so i can join one without getting hassled?just bought my first pair of running shoes and now feel like shit…can walking be incorporated into crossfit so i don’t hurt myself even more?hahaha off topic..but just stopping by for a second lol..

What Happened To Ben Smith At The Crossfit Games?

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Ab Exercises That Are Safe and Beneficial During Pregnancy

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All exercises are safe during pregnancy. The main change you may need to make your exercise routine is to go more slowly. Slow, controlled movements are important for reducing the risk of miscarriage and helping prevent problems with blood flow in your baby after birth (like poor muscle tone or muscle weakness). Regular aerobic exercise that raises your heart rate has been shown to give long-term benefits for both mother and child. However, it’s best to work with your healthcare provider before starting vigorous physical activity during pregnancy, since there may be some limitations on what types of activities are safe at this time of life.