“Everyone is trying to accomplish something big, not realizing that life is made up of little things.”
-Frank A. Clark

Above: Maria and Suzy get through their 25 reps of “Supermans” and “KB Swings”, respectively. You rarely see CrossFitters doing separate abdominal routines post WOD (ie. crunches). That is because in CrossFit, we focus on a principle, known as “core to extremity”. All of our movements within a WOD are moving from the core to the extremities. For example, the KB Swing begins with the core and larger muscles, like the hips and glute, then it moves to the extremities, like the arms. So, in CrossFit, we may not have to get down on our backs after a workout and do a 100 crunches at leisure. However, you can rest assured that you are developing and more importantly, strenghthening those 6-packs and “Brad Pitt muscles” (as Kevin would say) with every WOD you do! Now, get off your back and get some!

Today’s Workout:
4 rounds for time, of:
25 KB Swings (m-70lbs/f-53lbs)
25 Sit-Ups
25 Superman(s)
25 Knees to Elbows
400m Run