The Hangover

JT’s mentioned bachelor party antics and nutrition before.  I was fortunate enough to have a great group of friends throw one for me this weekend.  The good, Lesley and I are still engaged.  The less good, celebrations like this play havoc with best laid nutritional plans and sleep schedules.  Needless to say, I’m not feeling like I could set any PRs right now.

This made me remember back to the nutrition talk at my Level I cert.  We were encouraged to start by trying to really clean up our diet for a month, then go on a one day binge (a la bachelor party).  The thought behind this is that you’ll feel so terrible post-binge that you’ll want to go right back to eating clean.  This is exactly how I feel right now.

I feel like my diet and training have been absolutely dialed in recently, and I knew I wasn’t going to like this post-celebration feeling, but this is a once in a lifetime experience (I’m only getting married once). In addition to being a lot of fun, and something that should definitely be enjoyed, events like this serve as a reminder to how much better you can feel, and I know I’m looking forward to getting right back to good, clean eating.

May 23, 2011
Strength:
Hang Power Snatch 3-3-3-3-3

WOD:
21-15-9
Power Clean (50kg/35kg)
Box Jumps (24″/20″)

 

 

 

3rd Annual Navy SEAL Memorial Challenge – AKA “Murph Day 2011

In honor of Medal of Honor recipient Lieutenant Michael Murphy and all fallen veterans, CrossFit Fenway joins Windy City CrossFit, SEALFit and other gyms nationwide to host “Murph Day 2011″ at 9 AM on Saturday, June 4th.   Proceeds will go to the Navy SEAL Foundation.  Any size donation is required to participate, and this event will be open to donations from supporters and spectators as well.  All donations are tax-deductible, please donate online, direct your donation toward the “Navy SEAL Memorial Challenge” and specify CrossFit Fenway in the comment section.  E-mail Eric if you’d like to participate in the workout and be sure to bring your receipt as it will serve as your ticket to compete. This is a fantastic event for a great cause, so please do everything you can to get friends, family, and the greater community involved!

20 thoughts on “The Hangover”

  1. good to be back home.

    snatch – 40kg (42kg x 1) – still a PR at x3
    WOD – 9:25 (40kg; yep, that’s right, Eric, using the big boy box now)

    nice to get in my goat work thru the actual WODs…

  2. Did this on my own, and like a dope I read the workout wrong. Did Hang Power Cleans instead of Power Cleans. Also the only box available to me is 26″

    WOD: 5:00

  3. Hang power snatch: 40kg (failed with 1 @ 45kg)

    Wod: 6:30 rx. The exact time I told Scrappy I would do it in right before the workout. At least one prediction was right this week.

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