Tuesday 140318

Complete as many reps as possible in 12 minutes of:

9 thrusters 95#(65#)
1 muscle up
9 thrusters 115#(75#)
3 muscle ups
9 thrusters 135#(95#)
6 muscle ups
9 thrusters 155#(105#)
9 muscle ups
9 thrusters 185#(125#)
12 muscle ups
9 thrusters 205#(135#)
15 muscle ups

Thruster Jerks will not be allowed.  Must use one continuous movement to get weight overhead, once knees lock out they must stay locked out.  

Post reps to BTWB and record your score on your 14.3 score  sheet for team consideration.

14.3 Action going down during Open Gym yesterday. Great atmosphere as usual!

Spring is right around the corner and if you all are like me you really look forward to spring cleaning.  I don’t know what it is but I just really enjoy keeping my place spotless.  Most cleaners you buy at the store probably have some chemicals in them that aren’t exactly great for the human body. On a blog I read, Greatist.com, they provided 27 Non-Toxic Recipes for DIY cleaning.

One reason to ditch the toxic house hold cleaners many of us use is, the Environmental Protection Agency ranks indoor air pollution among the top environmental dangers.  Know what?  Most of the pollution comes from cleaning products commonly found in your houses.

If you feel dizzy, fatigue, headaches, irritation of the eyes, nose, or mouth, these are common signs of irritation of common pollutants found in cleaning products we buy.

So what can we use to make cleaners that not only clean but are also not harmful?  Here are the key ingredients you’ll need to make your own products:

  • Olive Oil
  • Castile Soap
  • Baking Soda
  • Essential Oil
  • Lemon Juice
  • Vinegar

Now that you know what types of ingredients you’ll need, click through to read the article to see the recipes that can help you create at home non toxic cleaners.  There is also a note on mixing certain products together so pay close attention to the warning if you indeed decide to make any of the cleaners using the recipes on the blog.  



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