Friday, November 30, 2012

Saturday 12.1.12


Tag-Team Championship Fight Gone Bad - Heavyweight Division
5 rounds for max reps in 1 minute of:
Wall Ball, 30/20
SDHP, 135/95
BJ, 30/24"
PP, 135/95
Row for cals - each athlete must row at least one calorie per round.
1 minute rest between rounds.

if you don't have any friends to throwdown with you - complete 5 rounds of max reps in 40 seconds at each station, with a 20 second break between every station and a 1 minute rest after each round.

19 comments:

  1. http://games.crossfit.com/article/welcome-2013-season

    Just in case you missed it.

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  2. When is the template for the goat killing phase coming out?

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  3. w/ Conor Murphy - 625. Subbed 30# WB w/ 53# KB thrusters.

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  4. 543 with my partner Jarwd Y. Used crappy uneven 20mb to a 12' target.

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  5. 379 individual Rx.
    Heavy sumo's are REAL DEAL lol
    Got a chance to workout at my home box today so actually had me balls for wall balls.

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  6. 584 with my training partner
    Sumos hurt today!

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  7. 285
    20lb wall ball and sub sdhp for row.
    That was a struggle.

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  8. 651 reps wit my boi Taylor great WOD Ben enjoy it everyday!!!!!!!!

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  9. 522. With fellow coach Matt.

    It doesn't get any easier, does it? Lol. Love FGB and it's variations.

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  10. Done as team with husband. Scaled it down to #16/75/24"/75 and he did #20/110/26"/110 total reps : 757

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