The photo above shows off the carving talent of our crew.
Here is an excerpt from Mary's newest article...
"Breathing is usually on autopilot. We breathe during sleep, when passed out or awake, driven as we are by the needs of the body to take in oxygen and get rid of CO2. But, we can also exert conscious control of tidal volume, breathing frequency, and relative expansion of the rib cage and abdomen.1 You can even hold your breath up to a point at which it is no longer possible (the breakpoint)"
135 pound Clean & Jerk, 30 reps