9/15/10

“Linda”

Black WOD

10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 reps of the triplet:

Deadlift: 1 1/2 body weight
Bench press: body weight
Clean: 3/4 body weight

Set up three bars and storm through for time.

Chris Spealler 11:33 (210/140/105lbs), Rob Orlando 9:24 (277/185/138lbs, power clean), Mike McKenna 11:03 (255/170/127lbs, power clean), Graham Holmberg 17:37 (280/185/140 lbs), Kristan Clever 18:34 (205/135/103lbs),Elyse Umeda 19:20 (95/125/185 lbs), Valerie MacKenzie Voboril 20:10 (205/135/105lbs), Rebecca Voigt 45:54 (225/150/115lbs), Miranda Oldroyd 54:34 (215/140/115lbs). Post time to comments.

Blue WOD

10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 reps of the triplet:

Deadlift: Choose weight accordingly
Push Ups OR Bench press: Choose weight accordingly
Clean: Choose weight accordingly

Grey WOD

10-8-6-4-2 reps of the triplet:

Deadlift: Choose Weight Accordingly
Push Ups
Power Clean: Choose Weight Accordingly

Cool Points Standings:
1. Bobby Noyce –140
2. Will O. –130
3. Lindsay Noyce –130
4. Jaime Maro – 85
5. Justin Vaught – 45
6. Nate Christensen – 40

7. Andi Christenson – 25
8. Angie Starmer – 10
9. Jim Noyce – 10
CQOD:   What was Aladdin’s monkeys name? (65 cool points)  Bonus:  What was the genie’s name? (10 points)

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31 Responses to 9/15/10

  1. Kamron Kielhorn says:

    Monkey: Abu! (Carolyn)

    The evil dude was named Jaffar – That is worth at least 9 points.

  2. Kamron Kielhorn says:

    Isn’t the Genie’s name “Genie”?????

    that is what I would name my Genie

  3. Lindsay says:

    Navy WOD (2/3 black, 1/3 blue). 29:30
    Deadlift 175, push ups, Clean 85

    Good luck on your test, Bobby!! I’m done with tests FOREVER … jealous?

  4. Justin says:

    Blue WOD (It’s either black or it isn’t, Z) 32:27

    Deadlift (1.5 BW, 265 lb)
    Bench (20#<BW, 155 lb)
    Clean (.75 BW, 135 lb)

  5. Bobby says:

    “Linda” aka the “3 BARS OF DEATH” haha
    Black WOD as Rx’d – 22:49

    Body Weight = 173.2 (but I want to weigh 185 so that’s what I calculated from)
    Deadlift = 275
    Bench = 185
    Squat Clean = 135

    Dad, awesome job today….you threw around a PLETHORA of weight today!

  6. Jaime says:

    Blue WOD – 28:55
    DL – 205 (1 1/2BW)
    Bench – 105 (3/4 BW) for sets 10 & 9, then went down to 95# – partly bc I’m a wimp on bench and partly bc I only had a spotter for part of the time and was using our old yucky bench and it’s hard to get your hands right without pinching them…but mostly bc I’m a wimp 🙂
    Squat Clean – 105 (3/4 BW)

    “3 Bars of Death,” “Death by Pull-ups,” “Death by C&J”…my goodness, we’d better be careful or people will start getting the wrong impression!

    Jean – VERY impressive work this morning on the squat cleans! (and you thought the weight I was putting on for deadlifts were gonna be the hard part 🙂 )

  7. Brian says:

    25:40 Linda Black WOD Rxd!

  8. Shelley says:

    Blue WOD 14:55
    Deadlift – 125lbs (1 b/w; at least that’s what I’d like to weigh…..Bobby, I’ll give you my 10 extra pounds)
    push ups (as they were done at the Crossfit games this year)
    Squat clean 65lbs (didn’t think I could do heavier and I’m guessing I was right.

    Jean you must have been awesome this morning. We heard what fabulous squat cleans you were doing!!!

    So Megan, how’s the pulled muscle? Sure hope you are not temporarily out of commission…..that would be difficult to handle with two little ones.

  9. Jen says:

    Had no clue what weight to go for. Chose the wrong ones 🙂 I had to go down after the first 3 rounds or I would have been there forever! It was definitely warmer at noon that at 0730. Hate the heat! Always slows me down.

    DL – 185# for the first 3 rounds, then 135#
    Dumbbell Press – 50# all 10 rounds
    Cleans – 85# for the first 3 rounds, then 65#
    19:59

    Thanks Will and Nate for all the help on technique & form! Great class!!!

  10. Will says:

    Dude. DUDE.

    41:54 Rxed.

    275 deadlift, 185 bench, 140 clean.

    Embarassing that bench was the most difficult movement. I killed cleans, moderate pace at deadlifts, strings of three, two, and one after the second round of bench.

  11. Jim Noyce says:

    Plethora? What is this Plethora? (Now you name the movie, Bobby).

    I moved almost 12 tons today in 27:12; which I believe will ultimately increase my work capacity across broad time and modal domains – unless I experience death by double unders, or some other unknown cause.

    • Bobby says:

      Well I don’t know about everyone else, but every night before I go to bed I pray to be able to move large loads long distances quickly, so that I can increase my power output by 1 of 3 ways, either increasing the size of the load, traveling the load a longer distance, or moving the load quicker, because in the Power Equation we all know that Power Output = (Force x Distance) / Time, and in order to be doing this I need to improve in at least 1 of my 10 general physical skills of Cardiovascular/Respiratory Endurance, Stamina, Strength, Flexibility, Power, Speed, Coordination, Agility, Balance, or Accuracy. Like I said, I am not sure what you are thinking about when you are working out, but there is what is going through my mind 🙂

      Oh and I have no idea on the movie

  12. Kamron Kielhorn says:

    Black Linda as Rx’d: 24:14

    Linda left my shin bleeding and my back sore. Seems like a rough relationship.

    • Kamron Kielhorn says:

      oops I forgot to post the weights that dominated me today:

      DeadLift: 275
      Bench: 185
      Power Clean: 135

      Bobby and Brian – as much as the salt hurts, its an incredible cure. Thanks for this incredibly painful tip.

  13. Carolyn says:

    Blue WOD 13:49
    Deadlift – 105lbs
    Push ups
    Squat clean 45lbs

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