Posted by Max on Mar 7, 2014 in WODs and News | 52 comments
Full house for the 5:30pm!
7 rounds of:
15 Box Jumps (24, 20″)
15 Wall Balls (20, 14#)
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All together now.
Wendler back squats, deadlifts, squat cleans, OHS
1RM OHS 160# (5# PR)
The Quake: 16:31 Rx
Nice job this morning ho, tried my best but couldn’t hang with you.
See, quitting your job DOES make you a better CrossFitter. Strong work today.
The Quake: 21:40 Rx
Nice job and congrats on your chest to bahs yesterday!!!!
Ditto what Tricia says!
The Quake: 22:04 (10# med ball)
Fast, Rae nice job!
The Quake: 19:08 Rx
Congratulations on your baby boy!!
Thanks guys! We are so thrilled!
The Quake: 23:38
Anyone want to meet at 9 tomorrow to do 14.2?
I still need to do 14.2 as well and am going to try to do it tomorrow at 9 too. If I can make it, I’d be happy to judge for you.
The Quake: 13:30 (5 rounds)
Rolled out quads/IT band for long, painful time. 14.2 was sneaky in all sorts of ways…
The Quake: 22:34 Rx — no engine today but happy to be running outsiiiiide, wheeee!
The Quake: 23:19 10 reps/Step Ups
The Quake – 22:44 Rx
Running is soooOOOooOoOoOOOoo hard… but fun to get outside today. Awesome to join a Sat. morning class for the first time in a year. So awesome.
Whoops…think maybe it was 23:44? Either way, a victory for me to not be lapped by anyone else for once!
The Quake: 23:47 RX
Quake: 31:05 all weights rx but 9 foot target
HUGE gains today for me…. Decided to pick up 14# ball… Been about a year that I went down to 8# and re-Learmed how to
Actually link WB and feel confident. So, went in with the idea of doing the 14# to 9 foot line (opens have ladies use 9 foot) but do only 7 reps/ round. Well, I
Got first 7 unbroken (NEVER did that with 14#).. So did all 15 reps. Took a long time but so thrilled
So, lesson is.. If struggling with a movement not a bad idea to bring back to basic and relearn it!
5 rounds strict cindy: 36 RTD
Maybe THAT’S what caused the anal cramping?
BTW-you’re beating me on Strict Cindy rounds. Tomorrow’s catch up day
LOL! For some reason our conversation mid wod about sphrinter cramping had just popped in my head and I burst out laughing!
The Tremor: 22:00 on the dot (had to grab 16# med ball because all the 20#s were being used).
Jeremy, I had a great time chasing you this morning – awesome job!
The quake: 29:45. 24″ BJ and 16# wb
I struggled today. But it felt good to do a longer
Metcon and run outdoors. Time to shed
that winter layer of fat!
The Quake: 18:54
The Quake – 23:53
The Quake: 21:15
14# ball/ step ups
The Quake 23:19 w 10# WB squat jumps (shoulder).
The Quake 26:56 Rx
The Quake totally modified(solo in back room): 27:07
7 rds of
200 mts walk as fast as possible
15 step ups on 2 35# and 1 45#plates(3 plates)
15 wall balls without squating and without target
So happy to be back and start moving after surgery(5 weeks off)
I feel alive again
Welcome back, sonia
Quake: 25:40… 6# WB… Taking it easy on the shoulder… Wow- nothing like sucking wind during the runs. It was hard but it felt good to be back running :).
And three scaled rounds of Cindy
The Quake: 23:34 with 10# med ball. I “got” to do wall balls today… even though I hate them.
Tough Ruck training: 16.47 miles w/ 35# pack.
Legs were shot after 13 miles and I slowed waaay down. NormaTec after was super helpful.
wow, Jen. This is amazing and sounds very tiring and time consuming. Good for you!
AMRAP 15- 5 rounds
30 weighted sit-ups
The quake – 17:15 Rx.
6 minute PR from the 7am! Woo hoo! Orrrrrr, this one was Patrick…
Hi Kristin–I think we have mutual friends—the Widemans.
Yes! I work with Kathy and just love her (and the whole family) to death
The Quake: 25:38. RX
Paleo challenge: 3 yesterday. 5 so far today
Cindy challenge: 15 total.
The Quake- 23:50 Rx
Felt good to run after hibernation.
If anyone accidentally grabbed my grey CFNE sweatshirt with the yellow CFNE letters, please let me know. I’ve had it for 3.5 years and miss it so!
Quake: 22:40 something. 14lb WB
10 rnds of Strict Cindy, green and red bands, half knee PUs. Definitely seeing form improvements.
MTD: 65 rnds
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