I'm kinda sad that I fell off the wagon on keeping my blog updated...
I just remembered that I did Fran RX'd sometime in the summer and finished in under 17 mins I believe. Not bad really. My goal was sub 18 mins.
After doing Fran and "suffering" that length of time, I believe that I made a agreement with myself that doing something RX'd shouldn't be the goal... We all know that the lower weight the more intense it is. I think I need to focus on not lifting weights that could pose a threat to injury. I don't think my wrist will ever be 100% and I have to keep that in mind when I do high volume HSPUs or heavy jerks.
I averaged 2-3 posts a month. How many WODs did I do that I never recorded? How many PRs did I set that I can never look up....?
I remember in 2010 when I was so diligent on keeping track of every lift, every movement, every breath, every emotion when it came to my fitness. I blogged about what I ate, how it made me feel, how much I slept and if it made my time slower.
I know I blamed it on coaching... That I was more wrapped up on improving someone else's overall health that it was no longer necessary to focus on me. I can honestly say that in 2012 I am/was the most fit I've ever been. More importantly I knew what I had to do improve and achieve my goals... I didn't have the blueprint to my health in 2010, which is why I was voracious in my desire to know anything and everything about Crossfit.
I guess it was inevitable.
My next journey is definitely focusing on Oly lifting. And maybe tackling my gripping fear of running.