Sport Workouts

Crossfit Open WOD 18.1

Das Crossfit Open WOD 18.1 ist angekündigt:

(Bei Youtube ansehen)

18.1 AMRAP 20min

  • 8 toes-to-bars
  • 10 dumbbell hang clean and jerks
  • 14-cal. row

Männer benutzen eine 22.5kg Kurzhantel, Frauen benutzen 15kg.


Ich habe 285 Reps geschafft, d.h. Runde 9 fast fertig. Hier ist mein Workout:

(bei Youtube ansehen)

Ich werde diesmal alle Workouts filmen. Diesmal hat mir die Technik einen kleinen Strich durch die Rechnung gemacht: In der Mitte des Videos fehlen ein paar Sekunden, weil die Kamera aus ging… Wenn jemand weiß, wieso die Canon G7X Mark II das nach ca. 15 bis 20 Minuten macht, schreibt es bitte in die Kommentare…

Match only your own email in Evolution filters

Today I decided to clean up my email filters at work. Scott Hanselman wrote about his routine again. Here is the short version:

  • Only pay attention to emails that are directed to your email address and only your email address
  • If your address is in the CC or has a lot of recipients in the To, it’s only informational
  • If the email is to a group, it’s also only informational

With this general rules, the amount of emails that you have to take action to is limited. I tend to go over the informational emails only once per day, but if someone is emailing me directly with a question I want to know about it.

Unfortunately the filters in my current email client Evolution do not support a rule like “Match if my email is the only recipient”. Additionally to that, in my current work environment it is pretty common to not use groups and email informational messages to a bunch of addresses directly. So I had to come up with a better way to filter my email, and that’s how I got to this [regex][2] filter:


The regex rule for the filter has to be applied to the mail header, and it checks if there are no additional @ characters besides your own email address. This way the filter will not match on multiple recipients. It will also ignore the various ways to write email addresses and names in the To header.

I’m not quite sure if this will match for all emails I get, but it’s a good starting point to add additional rules or filters. If you do know a better way to filter emails that were sent just to my own email address, please let me know.