Three rounds for time of:
3 ascents, 15′ L-rope climb
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Greg relaxes during his three day leave.
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Thank goodness for scaling….
I did a crossfit by overload w/o
10 keetle swings
Ah, what a day! The sun will be shining, doors will be open and ropes will be up!
Brent- think about putting CF Nasti as a “Facebook Group”… that’s what a lot of organizations that i’m in are posted as.
So… I am not as awesome as Megan s who did numerous full rope climbs. I did one and could not do any more. I suck. But I guess that’s crossfit, built to show you that you are weak and suck! Ha! So instead I did 3 rounds of 21 burpees and 12 butt to standing rope climbs.
Then worked on l sits on rings.
20:30 (due to low ceiling: 3 ascents of 10′ rope starting in L-sit with butt on floor)- only induced minor bleeding. Fun stuff! Not blazing fast, but not bad for our first legless rope climbs at tha Nasti
L-PUs were full extension to whole head over bar – these turned out to be the hardest part of this WOD, with quite a few singles. 10′ rope climbs were butt on floor to touch of rafter in a pretty strong L-position the whole time. Easier than I thought.
Wrote time on board and immediately ran an 800 in 2:58.
21:57, I think. Much harder than I thought!! Definitely should’ve worn pants for this one!
So since I lack both the coordination to use my feet while climbing and the strength to haul myself more than six inches off the floor, I got to look pathetic doing 21 burpees and 12 butt-to-standings for 3 rounds.
I did option 2
21 burpees and 12 b-s rope pulls for 3 rounds
Not bad for a beginner…I didn’t think I would make it through the 3rd round!
21 burpees & 3 rope climbs to rafters
wanted to save the hands for softball tourney this weekend, so I subbed:
Stephen’s Dream Workout
5 rounds for time
6 185lb C&J
looking forward to doing this with 205lb….and against someone…
dang… That was a bitch! Heather’s my inspiration!
My last rope climb was a success – after much
Writhing, sweating and cussing under my breath.
How do I get out of the ” pullup club”?
This is the first workout that I thought totally sucked, and not in a good way. Although it was funny hearing Jamie say her “sh@T” hurt. And Heather cruised up the rope.
I did 1 ascent, and then 8-10 fruitless attempts thereafter. 25 burpees 1 round for no good reason other than delirium.
23 or 24 minutes or something like that.
My abs and hips are still shredded from the GHD WOD w/ vest, L-pu or rope climbs were out of the question today.
Thanks to Mike for coming through for me with an alternative. C&J and MU’s looked like fun so I gave it a try.
Started at 185 but after 3 reps realized 15 lbs under my 1 rep max was not going to make it. Quickly scaled to 155 and finished the rest.
I’ll do it with you next time, Mike, but not 205!
Yes! Another victim of my dream WOD (to be named “Esteban”)! Tim, the rx’d version of this WOD is 5 rounds of 6 C&Js @ bodyweight and 6 MUs (so that’s why Mike will go at it @ 205 next time). It’s beautiful, if you think about it. I’ll give it a go soon…
I look forward to it Tim!
I, also, am in.
Bodyweight it is, now I know!
battled rope far into the night
21 L pu’s
4x L rope climb 9ft (butt on the ground hand to the ceiling)
L rope climb suspect at best most of the time just happy to get to the top of the rope L pull ups to full extention head over the bar
I too am down for the ESTEBAN WOD c&j at 205 will take awile but I think I could get it done in just under 3 hours, soooo lets find out
Whoa, baby, it’s on!
WOD- 21 burpees, 12 b-s-3 rounds… 9:something… i’ll check tomorrow. After 4 glasses of wine and refraining from any non-zone food i’m just glad i did the freakin’ workout! NIGHT!
MAN, my abs still hurt!
my time was actually 15:02…oops…
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