22 thoughts on “Thursday Workout: Heavy Thrusters

  1. I have a sprint triathlon on Sunday, and I was thinking Thursday will be my last day of CrossFit for the week. Should I do the heavy thrusters?

    1. Chris, I wouldn’t recommend doing heavy stuff that soon before a race. You won’t have adequate time to heal. Then again, a sprint triathlon should be cake, so go ahead and do it 🙂

  2. Sebastian Yount Velazco October 7, 2009 — 9:15 pm

    20 (cheating) – 4 – 3 – 2 – 3 – 2 – 2 – 1 = 7 rounds

  3. 8 – 6 – 3 – 3 – 2 – 2 – 2 = 7 rounds

  4. Thrusters 89#

    For the situps we did medicine balls overhead w/ 30 sec rest between sets
    3:41 / 14#

  5. Landon, did you include the rest in the time?

  6. Thrusters 55#

  7. Justin and rest of morning class,

    Your total time was with 30 seconds of rest between each set.

  8. No need to time the situps — just go as heavy as you can for each set. If the med ball isn’t heavy enough, use a dumbbell.

  9. 121 x 5

    Great work to the afternoon class. Peter, Jeff, Neil, Courtney, and Chris were all looking really strong today.

  10. 55, 55, 55, 60, 65#
    10# med ball for situps.

  11. thrusters 89-89-89-89-94#
    14# med ball for situps

    1. now crush that sprint Tri!

  12. 5×45# DB thruster.

  13. Gretchen Kittelberger October 8, 2009 — 7:27 pm

    67,72,77,89,89

  14. thrusters: 45# 1st set, 50# for rest

    situps: 20# dumbbell

  15. 121, 126, 126, 126, 126

    situps: 35# dumbbell (barely completed the final set)

  16. 111# working up to 126#, Thanks Forney!
    3×25-35#
    Rest as needed

  17. 89 – 94 – 99 – 104 – 104
    I need to do more weight next time
    1 set @ 35, 2 sets @ 25

  18. From Pittsburgh – 80/80/80/80/85

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