Yes, the Open Gym is a great place to get started for people who don’t have a local CrossFit gym yet. We want everybody to be able to train while they go through their new programming and while they begin one of our premium programs that require a small fee or essay process.
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Crossfit What Does 3 Rounds 3 Reps Mean?
This weightlifting definition of 3 x 3 refers to the rep scheme used during a particular lift – in this case the squat – not the number of repetitions. So if you wanted to do 3 sets of 10 squats, you’d perform: 3 squats at 90-100% and then complete another 9 reps at 90-100% until that round is completed. Then move onto your next set. This would be 180 total reps or 1,440 for those with some maths ability! For those who are strong enough to go heavier on their sets, it can also mean performing as many as possible before exhausting yourself. In other words it means “max out” on each set rather than performing a “good” amount or 60%, 70%, 80% etc. The great thing about this is that no matter what the weight on any given day may be, your goal is always 100%. Set a certain number of reps first and then adjust weights if necessary but never drop below 100%. No one wants to use 95kg of weight next week when they have been hitting 140kg so keep working hard so you can still do an extra 5kg more on top of what your body naturally allows!
Ok, so I have an issue. The light on my laptop that normally blinks when the computer turns on won’t stay off long enough for me to actually turn everything off before it starts blinking again. There doesn’t seem to be any patterns – sometimes it blinks once every second for a couple seconds…sometimes it does 3 or 5 blinks in an interval of 1 or 2 seconds…the blink rate seems random. It’s so annoying I’m forced to shut down whenever I want anything done with the computer because no one else wants to deal with me! Does anyone know what this means? Does there need to be ANY special configurations made for this issue? When are computers supposed to stop randomly blinking lights!? I read that some drivers are at fault here, but none of the ones I’ve found will run without loading Java first (which isn’t needed). If there’s a way around buying Java 8 – do you know where this should go?