I think this is a great moment to look at. 0:36:37 0:36:40
And we’re not seeing any sort of decline, but we’re also not seeing any increase. 0:36:40 0:36:45
And I think that’s probably want’s driving this change in behaviour. 0:36:45 0:36:50
So what you have right there is the market share in 2013 and 2015 for crossfit versus strongman. 0:36:50 0:37:/1/2015, strongman had twice the market share of crossfit in 2015 than it did in 2013, so twice as many people are doing strongman training. We also know that crossfit has grown 42%, so 6% growth per year since 2005 compared to strongman which has grown about 23%. And so I’m 35% confident saying that… 38%. But what you really need in order to see trends between these two things is if you go back in time, because you can’t see trends within five years or 10 years or whatever it may be. So by going back three years maybe up to last year which would give us an idea of where things are headed, then you can get a better estimate of trends across both sports rather than looking at one specific point over time.. When you look at either two sports side by side, there are important differences between them when comparing…
How Many Weeks Are The Crossfit Games??
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3pRcFslIVQ[/youtube] [dropcap]S[/dropcap]o you’re wondering how many weeks there are in the CrossFit Games, here is a subjective breakdown for you: This is going to vary from gym to gym, but it’s a good number of weeks that we have experienced across all gyms in the world. The big cities tend to get more attention because that means there are more games overall and it makes for exciting competition! It also means only one local CrossFit team can put two athletes from their own gym in the overall standings at once – so it’s fairly small compared to other regions. Since we don’t keep track of everyone, let this be your number when asked where were there going this year!
SMEEGESEC Offline Activity: 1078 Merit: 1001 LegendaryActivity: 1078Merit: 1001 Re: Do you actively spend your Bitcoins? July 31, 2014, 05:43:02 AM #1954 Quote from: noFAP on July 31, 2014, 03:36:40 AM Quote from: smeegesec on July 29, 2014, 08:22:50 PM When it comes to spending my bitcoins I prefer paying with cash or Amazon gift cards over anything else. Cash is easy because there are few places that will take bitcoin seriously even though they may accept dollars. Amazon gift cards are also good because although many sites will not list the card as available for payment I have never had an issue using any of the giftcards service provider websites to purchase Amazon gift cards. It takes 2-3 business days but at least I’m sure what Amazon item I buy will work since Amazon runs a large percentage of their business off money transfers. Now if only there was a way to combine these two things into one sweet purchasing combo then spending would be just that much easier. And yes I could technically use Bitpay or other multi-sig based services but then again it does involve another account and account fee just because someone has spent some cash before me to fund this transaction for me doesn’t mean I should have to pay extra fees to do the same thing myself! Just because someone purchases