January 30, 2014
Sean Velas, Kimmy, and Tiffany Chin.
"Pros, Joes Team up for TAPS" - CrossFit Journal video [ipod] [mov] [HD mov]
Posted by Pukie at January 30, 2014 5:00 PM
Great video, great cause. One request- it would be great to see the names of these mass killers not used in any reports- ever. Law enforcement has gone that way- only referring to the person as suspect or offender. They lost their humanity when they chose their path. For those killers who long to be famous, and plenty do, strip them of that. Do not let history remember their names. Let history remember the victims, and celebrate the lives they led and the families they left. Honor their lives and memories in the ways you see fit- do not let the killer's name tarnish our history. It's a quiet gesture that speaks volumes.
Did you do “Murph” yesterday? How’d it go? I’m still a bit behind you guys this month on the WODs. My challenge will be to figure out how to do the run (-9 F in Cleveburg yesterday) or how to sub. Gonna do it, though, that’s for sure!
Well, here it is, almost the end of your first month of CrossFit. In two days you will no longer carry the mantle “New Year’s Resolutionary”, but you will surely still be a CrossFit Newbie. How long does that last? What is the duration of Newbiehood? I guess it might be a bit like the martial arts: you are always in a state of learning, but after a period of time that is unique to each individual you will have achieved that state in which you CAN learn.
Or, you know, something like that!
Seriously, this CrossFit stuff is very powerful and it’s really important that you give it some respect. Think safety first when you look at a WOD and are trying to decide whether and how to scale or sub. Of the 5 most important things to consider when you are a newcomer and you are off to do your WOD the first 4 are SAFETY! You’ve grown on us grizzled vets this month and we’ve gotten accustomed to seeing you hang around; we’d be bummed if you went and hurt yourself.
One last ‘bingo’ post tomorrow. See you then.
Excellent video. Main siters, enjoy your rest day!
I will miss you and your comments, bingo. Thank you for explanation! Want to hear from you again.....
Murph crushed me. Scaled Murph. But I did it.
@Bingo - huge thanks again for your time. I will definitely miss your daily dose! The tradition continues!
Bingo - as someone that's been crossfitting over a year and has completed the L1 Cert course and trains athletes on an individual basis, I still look forward to your knowledge and insight here on the main site! Thank you for putting in the effort to guide the newbie crew through the first month, I'm sure not to be the only non-newbie that appreciates it!
Great job District CF and TAPS!
Thanks for all these great videos Mike Koslap!
@Bingo….keep teaaching, spreading the message~ I've been CF'ing for 7 years and form first is always the mantra how I share CF~
@bingo - I've been reading your comments for many years, so I know you aren't going anywhere, but your explanations and motivations over the past month have been appreciated....even by those of us who aren't newbies. :)
BINGO - where are you going..?
@bingo - We all will miss the daily dose as well, one of the best CF Main-site months I have seen.
And just an Open question, pardon the pun.
It looks like I will be out of town during certain weeks of the Open. Can I just drop in a Box and do 14.1 regardless of the region I may be in?
Enjoy your well-deserved rest day today, everybody. I'm going to do some light handstand work and definitely squeeze in some yoga.
@bingo - Thanks for doing what you do. I really looked forward to your posts over the couple of weeks I've been doing this, because I knew I was going to learn something to help me keep this up without breaking important parts of myself in the process.
@Everybody else - Nice job this month. Thanks for the inspiration.
Bingo, your comments are much appreciated. Especially from someone like myself who has never stepped foot in a crossfit box.
(dabbling with crossfit for a couple years now, following the main site around 6 months.)
dangit bingo...i know of at least 3 WODS you saved me from doing wrong in Jan.
Bingo, I'll miss your daily newbie posts but will look forward to your Sunday Musings
"Murph" completed today.
Results posted yesterday.
bingo you are the man
Thanks for a great month
4 sets of each with no breaks.
20 lb wall balls - 10 reps
52 lb kettlebell swings - 10 reps
Assisted chin ups (still working on them) - 8 reps
4 sets with no breaks of:
Battle rope - 2 min
Jumping jacks - 20
Bingo - like others have said, your knowledge & command of the English language will be missed. Maybe you could taper? (haha that's a joke) At least if you keep posting results, that will suffice for our collective "Bingo" fix.
Also, reading posts from the folks I followed as a 'newb' has been fun & motivating. I hope the likes of Sherwood, Khalipa, Miranda, Spealler, Spider chick keep popping up here and there.
so if Bingo leaves..who does the writing?
I really enjoyed his writings..great understanding and elucidating of the exercises..
@Algaroth, Bingo is still around. We are all here to help. You should have a working knowledge of all CF movements now.
My CFFB WOD is I'm the filter.
Murph! I think there should be a CrossFit T that has "I survived Murph!" or something like that on it.
bingo: I, too, am one of the masses that has looked forward to your comments this month; much needed wisdom and instruction. Thank you.
couldn't agree more with the others
Thank you Bingo
on a side note,
spring can come anytime now
thanks..I have noticed that you are one of the most knowledgeable and sage CF people around..I will ask you if I need advice.. hope you don't mind!
I started taking Olymp. lifting lessons 3 weeks ago for 3 days a week to improve in this area,
I love this site
"Murph" today, 8 minute PR. Results posted there.