A – Power Clean + Squat Clean EMOM 6 x 2 (75 – 90%)
B – Back Squat 5 x 3 (82.5%) Final Set is AMRAP
Power clean, hang power clean, hang squat clean
3 Rounds for time of: (12 min cap)
25 Steps of Lunges (total reps)
25 Kettlebell Swings (1.5/1 pood)
25 Box Jumps (24″/20″)
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Ten Things You Should Know About Anjali
I’m a Trauma/Burns/General surgeon as well as a Surgical Intensivist. (Shocking, I know. Another brown doctor. What is it with us anyways????)
What does that mean? It means that I generally take care of drunk people, stupid people, mean people and rarely innocent bystanders. In the SICU, the patients are usually more normal. I can, and do operate in the neck, chest, and abdomen in emergent situations and then take care of people while in the ICU.
At one point I knew every muscle and bone in the human body, along with its insertion, function, blood supply and innervation. I can still recite most of them.
I got my BFA in fine arts, in theater to be specific. After college, I even got cast at the Goodman theater but turned it down to go to med school! That was dumb.
I am certified in stage combat…hand to hand, rapier/dagger, and smallsword. I can pretend beat up anybody!
I have read Shakespeare’s Complete Works multiple times. My favorite Sonnet is #29 and my favorite play, as cheesy it as it sounds is Romeo and Juliet, with Twelfth Night being a close second.
I played ultimate Frisbee in college and lead my team to Nationals twice. I then played for the Chicago National level Club women’s (Nemesis) and coed (Kaze) teams for many years. I played ultimate for 10 years in total and had to stop when med school took over my life!
When I first started, Bryce thought my name was Anjalitha Wani. Hence my moniker, Ms. Wani. (To be clear, that’s not my name.)
I met the love of my life, Glenn, here at our very own CFC!!!! I was trying to stretch and was losing my balance so I asked to put my hand on his shoulder to stretch (the Clybourn box was really small), and it was love! Ha!
My goal as a coach is to continue to help people. I feel that it’s a natural extension of who I am and what I do, but I get to do it in a different way than I do at the hospital. I’ve had to work pretty hard for every crossfit victory, and along the way have read, studied, and asked questions in an effort to get better each day. I hope to impart this, especially to those who are starting where I did. It is truly fulfilling to watch people change their lives for the better! I believe that anything is possible with the right amount of discipline, dedication, and hard work, and I look forward to being a part of that process for the CFC community.