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Old 02-03-2012, 12:54 PM   #6
Adam E Lewis
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Re: Base workout program

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Originally Posted by Andrew N. Casey View Post
i suggest if you are not already at a point that doing 100 of each and 20 pullups is easy, then you probably aren't at a point where you need to "kick it up" since that is much easier than many of the WOD as RX. keep working hard doing the WODs and get serious about diet.

what are your strength levels?

what are you goals?

what is you diet?

if you want to add this as extra work a few times a week, then fine, but please don't substitute this for the WOD
I'm in pretty good shape with the wod and have made alot of progress. What I have found is that one of those core exercises tend to be in 90% of the WOD that we have been doing. Since those are constants I would like to ensure that those are all at very high conditioned levels.

As for diet I'm doing very well, I just completed the whole30 program. I lost 15lbs on it and have moved down to 16% body fat. I have nothing to complain about I just want to increase what I consider the base program components.
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