Thursday December 1, 2011

It's very important to know yourself. I mean in a physical sense. If doing wall balls gives you neck pain, you need to make a note of this. In the future be cautious with wall balls. Lower the volume and/or do less weight. Do some investigation. Has there been a past injury? This could go way back. Did you do too much too fast? Next, decide what needs to be done about the sore neck. 95% of the time the issue is muscular. So the simplest thing to start with is trigger point therapy on yourself along with stretching. If you have swelling then ice first. Talk to the Coaches about the issue, we may be able to help or at least point you in the right direction. WOD

"Bradshaw" 10 rounds for time: 3 hand stand pushups 6 Deadlift 225lb/145lb 12 Pullups 24 Double unders

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