Monday, November 29, 2010

When Grok Meets Krog

When I introduced a forum thread asking folks to share their top three challenges in going Primal, one issue got major traction: the S.O. factor (significant other, for those of you not into the whole online brevity thing). It’s a familiar story. One partner takes on a new health commitment. Life changes for that person. He/she goes through struggles, triumphs, growth – an entire physical and psychological process that potentially leaves a relationship chasm in its wake. Then there are the logistics, a menacing obstacle course of loaded questions and irksome details. Do you still eat together? Who cooks (not to mention shops)? Do we have enough pots and pans to make two different meals each night? How do we handle the kids’ food? Finally, what does it mean for the arrangement when one person’s food expenditure overshadows the other’s?

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Tug-of-War. 130 pounds vs 130 pounds

Goblet Squats

Wall Squats

M/E Back Squat

5 Rounds
20 Clapping Push Ups
15 Kettlebell Swings (Men use 48k/Women use 32k)

1 comment:

  1. I think the Beast won that battle!!

    275 Back Squat - 15# PR!!!

    Metcon 11: something - I forget, I know my pushups slowed way down at the end, same with swings. Improved grip strength will help