Posted on May 18, 2011 by Kyle
Category: Workout of the Day
recovering from being sick.
12:32 scaled to 3 rounds @89#
Second day back… ooph.
16:16 at 57#
19:50 @ 72#
per Ben’s suggestion, tried to go hard to the speed bump, then use the time back to recover. not sure how successful “going hard” was though.
15:09 at 92#
13:54 @ 144#
At Crossfit Lewes
OHS 5 sets of 3 reps: 105#
11 min AMRAP
5 burpee sit ups
5 power snatches 55#
5 OHS 55#
10 mountain climbers
16:53 @ 62# (hard runs to the speed bump, jogging recovery back)
17:44 – also did Ben’s suggestion of run to speedbump, ultramarathon pace back (except for the last round, “ran” both ways). Loved this idea.
15:51 @ 79# (forgot to post this yesterday!)
Spaced out on pistol practice. I’ll make sure to do that this weekend.
WOD: 13:05 Rx. Runs were actually 430m.
our runs are like 480 bro :)
Cool. I still lose. I’ve tried to cut off the corner of houses to make the runs 400m even but it didn’t make my neighbors too happy. I don’t see what the problem is….
(…447m not 480m Kyle…)
Ok since we are getting specific….422m…
I’ll make sure from now on to run an extra 12.5m then turn around and come back so that we are all even.
15:40 @ 67# hanging cleans and jerk
19:24 @ 155#
reps per round of 5-3-3-3-1
need to figure out how to stop resorting to push/press when tired. it makes this kind of WOD difficult.
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