Monday, July 23, 2007

Blistered Toes and An Ice Bath

They say you can't make a runner stop running, to that we won't argue, believe us we've tried. However it's good to know that you also can't stop this runner from coming to CrossFit Philly for a good workout to supplement her training. Here's what Susan had the week after her marathon was over...

Dear Pamela & Jason,

Despite the fact that Crossfit is not hard-core enough to cause blood
blisters on my toes or make me feel the need to take an ice bath I'm
looking forward to getting back into my routine. I've missed you guys
can't wait to start suffering again.
Ordinarily the day after a marathon is complete misery when it comes to
walking down steps or anything where I have to use my thigh muscles. I'm
happy to report that that was not the case this time. I'm sure all those
squats, jump squats, jumping lunges had SOMETHING to do with it. Nice to
know it's all worth it. :)


Thanks Susan!! We're glad you're back and hope you're toes have a full recovery.

10 Rounds

5 Deadlifts
10 Box Jumps
15 Push Ups


Sam L said...


SusanHurrey said...

What are you talking about?!? My feet are SEXY!!!!

Pamela MacElree said...

Sam, she can't get a pedicure, I'm pretty sure that those two toenails fell off.

Jay Mills said...

150 lb sandbag
24"+/- box jumps


Volleyball match later on so I wasn't after any world speed records.