5/4/11

Front Squat 5-5-5-5-5 reps (5×5)

Dave Lipson: 405, 415, 425, 430, 435lbs.
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Then………….

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May “Cool” Board

***Make some goals for yourself for May
–  Kylie – 1st Kipping Pull Up EVER!!!
–  Mitch – Complete 30 MU’s For Time (42 min.)
–  Lance – 1st Rx’d Overhead Squat Workout (“Jeremy”)

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22 Responses to 5/4/11

  1. Adam P says:

    Hey William!

    Brian and I have been going back and forth with each other with the weighted muscle ups. Record right now stands at 30 lbs for a kip and 20 lbs for a strict between the two of us. Anyone is welcome to join and test their manliness….or womanliness!

    Front Squats – 185 – 205 – 205 – 210 – 220(F after 2 reps)
    Death by push ups every 30 sec – 13 rounds + 9.

  2. Lindsay says:

    Front squat: 105-115-125-135-145(2,f)
    then
    Death by … (every 30 seconds):
    push ups: 10
    rest 30 sec
    pistols: 10
    rest 30 sec
    GHD sit ups: 11

  3. Brian says:

    Front Squats. 185,205,235,225,225

  4. Bobby says:

    Front Squat: 185-205-225-245(x4)-225(x4)
    Then
    Sundays WOD as Rx’d – 33:20, definitely could have gone faster if I figured out a comfortable squat position sooner. Only positive things to come from this – I officially hate lifting shoes and am done trying to convince myself I like them, I did all the bench sets unbroken (which isn’t all that impressive in 33+ minutes haha), and I did my last set of squats unbroken which I think is a PR (pretty happy with that at least, after doing about 100 squats prior)

    Nice work Jaime on sticking with the Rx weight the whole time!
    And Jen your crazy! 181 push presses, and I’m sure you did a few to warm up as well 🙂
    And nice work Dad on the new 100 pull ups for time record of 11:33 or something close to that! Bob, he told me his goal is to get your name off that entire board by the end of the year 🙂

  5. Jaime says:

    Front Squat: 125-135-145-155-165(2)
    Then
    Sundays wod AS RXD (clearly this must be the best part 😉 ) – 77:57

  6. Jaime says:

    May Goals:
    (1) 2 consecutive MUs
    (2) 100 Pullups for time in sub 5:00
    (3) Bobby’s Mile/DL Challenge = Run 1 mile, then deadlift mile time in weight (50% for girls) within mile time.
    IE If I run a 6:00 mile, I need to deadlift 300# within 6:00. (Mile PR – 5:57, DL PR – 305)
    (4) Qualify for the CrossFit Games!!!! (this one is for the whole team 515)

  7. Ash says:

    Jeremy – 4:17

    Although most of my squats were not quite low enough. I think I fixed that by bringing me feet in from my extremely wide stance to a should width stance – Thanks for the help Jamie!

    • Jaime says:

      No problem, Ash. Good job, they were looking a ton better!

    • Ash says:

      BTW- I just now read what I posted earlier….what am I a pirate so something? “by bringing me feet in from my extremely wide stance to a should width stance”!
      I think I meant to say “by bringing MY feet in from my extremely wide stance to a SHOULDER width stance”.
      Arrr!
      Seriously how did I ever graduate from college?

  8. Adam S says:

    Front Squat – 185,205,225,235,205

    Death by Ring Pushups – 10rds + 8

  9. Jeremy Yoder says:

    Anyone else having trouble logging into the whiteboard?

    5-5-5-5-5 – 135, 155, 165, 175, 200 (2x then Failed)
    Then….Death by Ring Dips
    14 rounds + 10 in round 15….

    • Jeremy Yoder says:

      Oops! I meant Death by Ring Push Ups…..would never have lasted that many rounds on Ring Dips 🙂

  10. Lance says:

    Front squat 5×5 225, 255, 275, 285, 225
    Ran out of time for anything else.

  11. kylie says:

    Deadlift 5×5, 105,125,135,140,155 then 165 (2times) then death by power snatches(#65), 9+7 (30 sec)
    May Goals:
    -Get a kipping pullup while being videotaped…
    -Strict Handstand Pushup
    -7 minute mile
    -24in box jump

  12. Bobby says:

    Death by Muscle Ups – 7 + 5
    Death by Clean & Jerk (155#) – 9 + 5
    Death by Push Ups – 15 + 12 (30 sec)

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