Sunday, April 19, 2009

CrossFit ATL 2657 Heidi is #1

Workout of the Day

"Angie"

For time:
100 Pull-ups
100 Push-ups
100 Sit-ups
100 Squats

Post time to comments.

Attention all members, we will be adapting this waiver from CrossFit Wichita Falls (Mark Rippetoe) to our gym.  Please read carefully.

ALL MEMBERS/GUESTS OF WICHITA FALLS ATHLETIC CLUB/CROSSFIT WICHITA FALLS MUST READ THIS!

Wichita Falls Athletic Club/CrossFit Wichita Falls is populated by unstable, unsavory and unpredictable people. Dangers are everywhere. You may fall, be injured or die. There are hidden dangers. You could break your leg.  We do not inspect, supervise or maintain the membership, grounds, building, equipment, lavatories or other features or equipment. _______

Real dangers are present everywhere. Treadmills are not sidewalks. They can be, and are, dangerous. Treadmill features such as reading racks, control switches, and railings can break, collapse, or otherwise fail catastrophically at any time. We don't promise to inspect, supervise or maintain them in any way. They may be negligently constructed or repaired. They are unsafe, period. Live with it or stay away.  _______

Wichita Falls Athletic Club/CrossFit Wichita Falls, in addition to being dangerous, is surprisingly poorly equipped for your comfort and safety. Bring your own first aid supplies, because we don’t provide them, and don’t know how to use them anyway.  Barbells and other objects can fall from the racks down onto the platforms. This can happen spontaneously, or may be caused by other members or by the staff, who may be unqualified and/or stupid. Barbell plates can shift, move or fall with no warning. Use of helmets is advised for anyone approaching the squat racks. They cannot be purchased or rented at WFAC, so you’ll need to bring your own. But they won't save you, especially if you get hit by something big or on another part of your body. Don't think it can't happen. Even if you know what you're doing, lots of things can go wrong and you may be injured or die. It happens all the time.  _______

The heating and cooling system can be dangerous, regardless of the thermostat setting. Be prepared with extra clothing. Hypothermia, heat stroke, lightning, hot coffee and tea, etc. can kill you. Rain can turn the parking lot into a deathtrap.  _______

WFAC/CFWF does not provide supervision or security personnel. The other people in the gym, including other lifters, our employees, agents, and members, and anyone else who might sneak in, may be stupid, reckless, or otherwise dangerous. They may be mentally ill, criminally insane, drunk, using illegal drugs and/or armed with deadly weapons and ready to use them. In addition, you may experience what you perceive to be sexual harassment, from other members, the owner, or members of the staff. We aren't necessarily going to do anything about it. We refuse to take responsibility.  _______

If you lift weights or exercise in any way, using any method, you may die or be seriously injured. You may develop rhabdomyolysis as a result of any workout, either immediately following the workout or days later. This is true whether you are experienced or not, trained or not, equipped or not.  If you don’t know what rhabdomyolysis is, it is your responsibility to find out. We may not explain it to you correctly.  It's a fact: lifting weights is extremely dangerous. If you don't like it, DON’T JOIN. You really shouldn't be doing this anyway. We do not provide adequate supervision or instruction. We are not responsible for, and do not inspect or maintain, the facilities.   As far as we know, any of them can and will fail and cause your death.  _______

There are any number of extremely and unusually dangerous conditions existing on and around the gym, and elsewhere on the property. We may or may not know about any specific hazard, but even if we do, don't expect us to try to warn you. You're on your own. First aid services are not provided by WFAC/CFWF, and may not be available quickly or at all. Local rescue squads may not be equipped for or trained in gym injuries. If you are lucky enough to have somebody try to resuscitate you or treat your injuries, they may be incompetent or worse. This includes doctors and hospitals. We assume no responsibility.  _______

if you decide to train at WFAC/CFWF, even for a day, that's your choice. Don't do it unless you are willing to assume all risks. By joining the club, you are agreeing that we owe you no duty of care or any other duty. _______

We promise you nothing. We do not and will not even try to keep the premises safe for any purpose. The premises are not safe for any purpose. This is no joke. We won't even try to warn you about any dangerous or hazardous condition, whether we know about it or not. If we do decide to warn you about something, that doesn't mean we will try to warn you about anything else. If we do make an effort to fix an unsafe condition, we may not try to correct any others, and we may make matters worse! We and our employees or agents may do things that are unwise and dangerous. Sorry, we're not responsible. We may give you bad advice. Don't listen to us. In short, join WFAC/CFWF AT YOUR OWN RISK. And don’t forget about the Rhabdo.  _______

Printed Name ____________________________________________________________________________________

Signed_____________________________________________________              
Date ____________________________

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  • DHall(new and improved)
    Reply

    When in life would one have to incorporate doing a hundred pull ups at one time or even in a day?

  • VAS
    Reply

    Totally
    Crossfit got this all wrong. If you have to prepare for the unknown and the unknowable, then crossfit is not for you. Say you leave the gym and are presented with a physical challenge. You’d love to face it, but you’re just too damn tired.

  • kba_cfatl
    Reply

    Angie Rx 34:29
    Major Accomplishments
    1) I finished (last time in the old gym, my hands ripped and I got to 80 reps on PUs. After doing 80 reps of push ups, sit ups and squats, time was about 57 minutes)
    2) I did not drink any water

  • Marie_CFATL
    Reply

    I did a workout from the Great Basin Qualifiers
    5 rounds:
    7 deadlifts (185#)
    30 air squats
    7 HSPU
    11:16 Rx
    I was very happy with my hspu, although the air squats slowed me down. It would’ve put me in 3rd at those qualifiers- so I am very happy with that 😀
    Hopefully this didn’t mess up my back too much since I plan to retake my 2nd place on Helen this week…Stephanie 😉

  • VAS
    Reply

    100 inverted burpees
    13:57, as Rx

  • Bethanie
    Reply

    mom found this in her newspaper…funny that crossfit is listed with “Yas” and “Zumba”…
    http://headlines.ocregister.com/articles/_23063___article.html/_.html

  • MikeG_CFATL
    Reply

    Hey guys, I need a little help. George needs a dogsitter for this Thursday-Monday. The person I had lined up had to back out at the last minute. If you’re interested in spending some quality time with George, let me know.
    Thanks!

  • kba_cfatl
    Reply

    haha or LOL.
    I remember someone who said to me she was not going to stop weight training or use light weights because she was getting DOMS. When she gets DOMS she suffers dealing with that and what is the point of weight training if you can not move normally outside of the gym.

  • VAS
    Reply

    I bet Yas and Zumba don’t like to be mentioned in the same context with crossfit

  • Kath Knox
    Reply

    omg that release is freaking hilarious.

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