Article: Primal posture
Ubong tribesmen in Borneo (right) display the perfect J-shaped spines. A woman in Burkina Faso (left) holds her baby so that his spine stays straight. The center image shows the S-shaped spine drawn in a modern anatomy book (Fig. I) and the J-shaped spine (Fig. II) drawn in the 1897 anatomy book Traite d’Anatomie Humaine.
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I. Coach’s Choice…
Complete as many Rounds/Reps as possible in 20:00 of
10 x Pull-ups
10 x Overhead Walking Lunges (45/25lbs)
10 x Clapping/Plyo Push-ups
10 x 1-arm DB Snatch (75/50lbs)
Notes I: Overhead Walking Lunges are five reps per leg. DB Snatch is also 5 reps right arm, 5 reps left arm; Alternate arms each rep.
Notes II: Those looking for an additional challenge may apply the 2:00 ‘Pays to be a winner’ caveat to this WOD. This means accomplish each round inside 2:00 and allow only the reminder of the 2:00 for rest before repeating the effort.
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