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Power Cleans – Max Effort

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“I used to fight the pain, but recently this became clear to me: pain is not my enemy; it is my call to greatness. But when dealing with the Iron, one must be careful to interpret the pain correctly. Most injuries involving the Iron come from ego. I once spent a few weeks lifting weight that my body wasn’t ready for and spent a few months not picking up anything heavier than a fork. Try to lift what you’re not prepared to and the Iron will teach you a little lesson in restraint and self-control”. 
Read more from Iron, by Henry Rollins   It will never lie.


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8 Responses

  1. Sam

    The above post is an example of the current malaise haunting this nation. Nuanced, detailed conversation is attacked and maligned. Rigor and thought are dismantled in search of soundbite and simplicity.

    As such, please use the comment space to properly post weight and times associated with your Crossfit workout.

    Because even an injured Bear is ready to maul any deadlift post that is placed in this space.

    That is all.

  2. The Keeper

    Looking from afar a sight often seen, a child tossing popcorn to the Bear over a 10′ high fence in hopes that it will illicit a response. Now, the Bear having a great deal of patience will look, measure, sense and then contemplate his next if any response correctly for he has one chance to execute such an event.

    The child not knowing that he is being measured, sized up, and filleted all with a steady gaze from the Bear, the Keeper knows this and must maintain a cautious distance between the two. The mal adjusted stubborn child that gets what he wants with proper pouting and whinning. While the Bear only knows that his meals are served via a slot with no chance of hunting for it.

    The Bear wants to Hunt, and given the chance will at a moments notice POUNCE / Maul that little dweeb of a child.

    Bear in Cage seems tame and bored. Don’t let it deceive you.

    Child outside of cage elicits a response that can only mean that he needs attention. Go find your Pogo stick and enjoy your afternoon.

    Keeper – Smiles with the knowledge that one day they both will be face to face and all he has to do is "Time" the event or "Measure" the loads. Even the Keeper can have fun.

  3. gio

    I would love to take credit for the videos that are posted on this site, but alas that is out my control. A gremlin in the Office is in charge of that.

    So you can take your KooKoobura bird and put it in your nest!

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