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May 23, 2011

5.24.11

TUESDAY

"2011 CROSSFIT GAMES WOD 4"

100 Pull Ups

100 KB Swings…53/35 pounds

100 Double Unders

100 OHS…95/65 pounds

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  1. Paige Reply

    rx: 36:48. hardest workout of my life!!!!

  2. Bethanne Reply

    35# for OHS; purple and blue bands for pull ups; 26# kb; definitely a killer workout today…arms still hurting and shaking!

  3. mike Reply

    Normal pullups, 44lb kb, 100 jumps onto a box, 55lb for o.h. squats.33:10. I know jumping is not really comparable but I didn’t have a rope

  4. Lee Reply

    Paige – rx though! Great job!
    I felt like I whimped out of this workout. Trying to mend a hurt shoulder so I went easier on my weights and band than I normally would have….
    23.23 – blue and purple band for pull ups, 26 pound kb, just the 15 lb bar for overhead squats.

  5. Sue W. Reply

    24:06 but my socks were uneven.

  6. Bethanne Reply

    oops…time: 26:36

  7. TRRN Reply

    Rx 24:52

  8. Brahim Reply

    Darcie, I have a feeding queoitsn. Every so often I research dog foods and have decided to switch to a grain free product. According to the analysis Taste Of The Wild has a lower protein content than most of the others which makes me think it won’t be quite as rich and more suitable for my Westie. I am getting my new puppy next week and am wondering if grain free would be suitable for him as well. Since he will be another terrier and not a big breed puppy would it be ok? I’ve read a gazillion reviews and am sooooo confused at this point. I have also started adding the Tripett to my dogs food and he loves it. After reading some reviews I was almost afraid to open the can for fear of what I would smell but its not bad at all-very pleased I can give him something that’s so good for him. Thanks Darcy! PriskaDear Priska, I haven’t decided to carry TOW, there’s some history behind it that still concerns me and the reviews have been mixed. I do like the foods we have at SitStay.com, I think you’d be happy with any of them.I do like grain free diets for dogs. I especially hate that most dog foods are made of corn, it’s killing dogs and filling veterinarian’s pockets. In Nature, grain matures in the fall, right before winter and cold time. Grain adds fat and weight to dogs. If the dog isn’t going to have to fend for himself and try to keep warm in the cold outdoors, he doesn’t need extra fat. My dogs have almost all lived inside the house with me, a few ranch dogs preferred the barn and they did get some extra carbs in winter. Extra fat can mean heart and kidney disease, stress on the bones increasing problems with hip dysplasia, and an uncomfortable dog. Dogs who are lean and healthy are easier to train and happier dogs. If your dog will be an athlete and run or work hard all day long, putting a lot of physical effort into his day, day after day, select grain as carbs is okay, they’ll burn it up. Think human runners, they eat a lot of pasta. If I did that I wouldn’t be able to get up off my little butt much less feel good about it. Same for most dogs.Feeding dogs at home is pretty easy and especially economical for smaller dogs. In my opinion, your own good raw food is your best and wisest choice. Then fresh home cooked (no cooked bones please), then high quality canned food, then dry foods. Why? Because raw food is what Nature intended for dogs. I see it this way, even if the dog food company starts with the best raw ingredients, they are still processing with heat and having to add back the vitamins, minerals, and taste to the food because they’ve cooked it all out. Why not just start with the good raw stuff of your own or buying a high quality raw food? SitStay.com has just added some new raw dehydrated foods, this is excellent because it gives you raw food with the convenience of dry kibble dog food. They’ll be online very soon. See Dog Food in the left hand menu, click on Addiction.You want your puppy to get good food so he can grow slowly, stay lean, letting his bones form properly and his body mature normally. Some of the puppy foods on the market are geared to fast growth and fat pups, it’s not good for them and can cause real troubles later in their life.Tripe is an excellent food. is the best canned tripe that I know of, the nutrition is retained through the canning process and that’s excellent. I’m happy that you’re feeding it.If your pup was mine, I’d feed raw food, adding high quality canned for variety of proteins, and continue the tripe several times weekly or even daily. If you like the convenience of packaged foods, take a look at our canned foods and the new dehydrated raw Addiction foods (the new Addiction foods are here in house, we’ll have them online soon!). If you like kibble dry foods, please choose the highest quality. I know that the foods I choose to be in the SitStay.com store are some of the very best.I’ll add a caution about where to buy food. Before you buy, look at the other products the store is carrying. Do they sell shock collars, metal collars, and bleached rawhide? Foods that are made of corn and corn syrup? Foods that were rotting before they were made into treats, chews and food? All of these products are partially responsible for dogs winding up in rescue or euthanized. Dogs who eat bad food are harder to train, can become aggressive, and they can suffer for most of their lives with ill health. Those stores either don’t know about the harm these products cause (I don’t believe it for a minute) or they are more interested in the profit made on these types of things without care for you or your dogs. A lot of people shop with those stores only because they don’t know what is really better for a dog. Please choose to support the stores who won’t harm a dog by the choice of products they sell. When you support the good guys like , the bad guys will eventually go out of business and you will be saving millions of dogs from illness, disease, abuse, rescue and euthanasia.Don’t forget that your pup needs to chew. Raw bones are best in my opinion and for inside the house. A dog who chews is a happier and more mentally stable dog. Shop at , we’ll never steer you wrong. I hope this helps.Read here at The Dish. A perfect example of a raw fed dog getting well again. It’s an excellent reason to start with raw in the first place. Thanks. Darcie

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