Posted by Max on Feb 6, 2014 in WODs and News | 90 comments
Beast Mode: On
Squat Snatch (95, 65#)
Chest to Bar Pull-Ups
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Andrew Ho, I was just looking at the scores for this bc I thought I did this last time. My jaw dropped when I read your post. I literally cannot believe how much progress you have made here. Remarkable.
Yeah, he needed that. So humble.
Tricia, that’s incredibly nice of you to notice and to say. I read that too and it’s a true testament to the inspiration and mentorship that this community provides. Without you guys in my corner, I couldn’t do this. But because of you and our awesome friends, I know anything is possible. In short, thanks. Means the world.
rolling my eyes (counter-clockwise)
I miss you too, big guy.
CFNE getting a little love on HuffPo. Easy day when all of your colleagues are home and you just had lunch on Friday….so I’m surfing a bit….
Snake bite: 9:52. 75# snatch and did strict pull
Snake Bite: 11:50 kipping pull ups at 21-15-9 rep scheme.
DU drill – 62
3×10 push-ups, 10 abmat sit-ups, 5 strict pull ups
Three rounds for time
30 box jumps 24″
1/4 mile bike
30 wall balls with 10#
1/4 mile bike
Snake Bite: 10:18, 45# power snatch (back) and c2bs. PR by 2:21. C2bs were MUCh better this time (despite what you saw Andrew E!)
Great PR, OC! We had a good race going.
Nice PR Colleen.
Snake Bite: 13:33 Rx
Snake Bite: 9:49 Rx (PR by 3:14)
Odd: 30-40 DUs
Even: 2 muscle-ups
Wow Braatz! Great job!!!
Huge PR!!! En Fuego!!
Awesome work Braatz, you’ve taken it to another level.
huge PR — well deserved.. you moved so well through this one and kept me moving too.. BOOM!
Nice! You were flying today! I saw you heading to the pull-ups after the first 21 snatches and was thinking “How is he already over there?”
Great work – moving quick.
3 minute plus PR! Congrats Mike!
Awesome job buddy!
SnakeBite with the 630amers 9:02rx
Super solid time!
Snake Bite: 10:36 Rx first time.
Ton of heart today at the 530am class, rock on everyone!
thanks for the push on this one. “holy crap he’s flying, must catch-up to braatz…” was said in my head more than once.
Snake Bite: 15:09 Rx
Way to gut it out!
Snake Bite: 14:26, 75#, kipping pull-ups.
9:04 at 80#
Snake Bite: 12:50 (40#, ring rows)
Snake Bite: 8:02 rx
#SpeallerFast today Craigy
Snake Bite: 14:22 (45#, pu)
Snake Bite – 14:45 @ 80#
Thanks to Katrina for the encouragement on that last horribly frustrating set of C2B!
Snake Bite: 10:45 RX
Snake Bite: 12:32 (45# and KPUs, 21-15-9 for both moves)
Snake Bite: 11:14 (115# Squat Cleans)
1. Snake Bite – 10:04 Rx (1:52 PR)
2. EMOM 10 – Odd 3 UB MU/Even 50 DU
Heavy Snake bite (80#) 10:43. PR by 1:03 and 15#
Mu Odd rnd 1&2 2 consecutive mu, rnd 3 1, rnd 4 and 5 0
du odd 30
Nice job today!!!
thumbs up, katrina!
Snake bite: 21-15-9 85# bs from ground/15-12-9 strict ctb
Snake Bite – 8:55 (w/ pwr snatch)
Row – 5000m (22,500m mtd)
MU/DU – EMOM 10
Even – 3 MU
Odd – 30 DU
Good work JC keep it up my man! Those muscle ups are getting better and better.
Snake Bite: 6:37 … 45# squat cleans, 18# KB….. Legs were burning
Row- 1500 before and after…. Month to date 20/60
Cash out: sit up/ planks
snake bite: 21-15-9 65# sq clean, 12-9-6 c2b
trying to increase weights; 65# good push, c2b felt good
Snake Bite: 13:40 45# CTB RX
This was so much slower than last time b/c I did CTB= these are frustrating me b/c they take me so dang long – NEED TO LEARN to kip them.
I had nothing in the tank today..some days like that!
2000 Meter row (1000 pre/1000 post) 14,500 total miles = pretty good for someone who really does not like rowing!
10:50 45# and all CTB. 1 min PR from a year ago where I did 45# and some pull-ups and CTB. Time to go up in the weight now that I have the CTB nailed down. Thanks for the push Jill C!!!!
that is awesome!!! You need to help me!
Snake Bite 13:03 with kipping PUs. Great opp to take it easy and try to make every squat snatch “normal.”
Great weather! sunshine + snow = happy heart
Snake Bite – 16:16 (PU, 65#)
Snake Bite sorta: 10:56 (85# squat cleans, ring rows for C2B)
Rough time in there for me today but I loved seeing the PR party going on! Huge congrats to everyone smoking their previous times (and many going heavier, too)!
Snake Bite: 8:07 Rx (PR by 25 sec & 20# heavier)
Cash out: 3,000m Row
Total Row for the day: 5,000m (30,000m since Monday)
What’s even more impressive is you would have broken 8 mins if you hadn’t toweled off and had a few sips of water mid WOD.
Nice job LJ, straight beast mode!
Came in for mobility, PT and some easy rowing.
Easy 1000m x 2
MYD row: 22k/60k
No snake bite for me today. Just the thought of it made my shoulders hurt.
Rowed 10K during class and 2200 after with the ladies. MTD: 30,000.
Cashed out with 100 ab mat sit ups.
115# squat clean
Sooooo wanted to do Snake Bite!
Snake Bite: 15:25 with 45#, 15-12-9 C2B, and 2 separate equipment / barbell malfunctions (both my fault). Not my finest hour…
I wish I stayed to watch that show!!! Nice job though – it was hard with those CTB!!!! RIGHT?
Snake Bite: 7:54 RX. PR by over 1 minute.
Nice work dude!
you were FAST today! nice
Snake Bite – 12:36 Rx (minute worse than PR)
Don’t really know why…but it was fun!
snake bite: 10:28 (55#, pull ups) wish i had done 65#, wish i had CTB. next time!
rowed 6500 after class.
Snake Bite: 9:53 Rx
2500m row. (30,000 for the month)!
Awesome! Next time, we face off.
even: 2 mu
Snake bite 12:04, 35# and KPU. First time doing snatches in a while – cautiously optimistic.
Snake Bite – 6:19 Rx
Nice on this Max, you were moving!
Wow! Impressive times from you and Geoff!
Thanks bud! However lets not let Mr.Montoya go unnoticed at a blistering 5:17 Rx
HAHA I was literally about to post for Montoya. Wish I had seen it…although if I was there I’m sure if I had blinked I would’ve missed it.
Guess I will post after Max and Geoff….!
SB: 8:30 w/PUs today
11:05 power snatch and c2b. My arms are weak. Very weak.
And I’m posting late, but mayhem still
“Snake Bite”: 11:44 Rx
Snake Bite: 12:02 (35#). Was happy the integrity of my form at this weight.
8:19 pr. 5# pr and used blue band for C2B.
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