Luckily, the coronavirus hasn’t conquered all aspects of life.
My daughter and I participated in a CrossFit competition this weekend at CrossFit Longmont.
I took third place; it was hard, but good. My daughter PR’ed her squat clean. I muddled through. The WODs were all hard for me, which was good.
Fun day. Much needed in these times.
I’ve taken an unintended break, mainly because I was so angry about my body.
Not necessarily how it looks (although I’m not happy with it).
More I’m angry at having been injured all year long. So I couldn’t stand to write about CrossFit because I was so angry.
The 2020 CrossFit Open came and went. I actually did quite well, considering I was injured. To be truthful, I hated every moment of every workout.
However, I couldn’t take it anymore, so I finally went back to my doctor, who gave me the all clear again to begin working out.
So, I’m back.
A heavy weight has been lifted off my shoulders, and I’m ready to begin again. Next week, I’ll start a new program to reach my CrossFit goals for the year:
- Ring muscle up in the next six months
- Bar muscle ups fixed in the six months after that
- Get stronger in back squat
- Get stronger in deadlift
- Perfect handstand walks
These are my main CrossFit goals. I have others, but these are first. In essence, I don’t want another CrossFit Open to roll my way without having these skills in my wheelhouse.