21-15-9 for time of:
Squat snatch, 95 lbs.
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Jordan guts out round three of "Michael".
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Well, it isn’t “Grace”, but I think I’ll enjoy hitting this under the watchful eye of Coach Burgener.
14:20 as rx
pretty disapointed in myself. I either paced it too much or just got better at the snatch throughout, last two rounds combined faster than the first. (1st round in 7:30 with 2 missed attempts)
Just getting back to shoulder work
15:07 as rxd
then 800m Farmer’s Walk:
Followed by a 6 minute mile to make up for using blue band. It was actually 6:10
Still rehabbing the Lat so i had to use the blue band. Lat felt really good though. I think with a couple more weeks of rehab I will be back to doing “real” pullups.
Squat and DL work:
Squat: 3 sets of 5 @ 100lbs
DL: 2 sets of 5 at 145lbs ( did one set too many — oops )
The WOD “show” was awesome today — inspiring, in fact. You all rock!
12:07 fun stuff. Welcome to our newest member John Young
I did Helen with hill 11:32.
Heather…what is the women’s weight for the snatch for today?
Holly: 65 lbs is always the sub when men’s weight is 95
That was not easy. Squat snatch equals take my time or i will miss….
Took me a solid 32:38 (wtf!)
i’d like to do that one again and try to go ALOT faster
a couple snatches may not have gone to full depth in the second round but otherwise as Rx’ed.
Despite knowing better, I just couldn’t resist hitting this up after driving home from the Olympic certification this weekend. Mistake. There’s a reason CrossFit advocates a strict 3-on, 1-off schedule.
17:35 (55 lbs)
Just learned the snatch for the first time earlier this week so wanted to play it safe.
Thanks Josh for not counting my very last pull up which on a good day was half way to the bar =)
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