4/1/14

*RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY’S CLASS

Black/Blue/Grey WODs

4 Rounds For Time:
2 Rope Climbs (1 Rope Climb) (6 Progressions)
80 Feet Sprint
4 Squat Cleans (225/135) (185/105) (135/85) (96/55)
80 Feet Sprint (except after final round)

April “COOL” Board

***Make some goals for yourself for April

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6 Responses to 4/1/14

  1. Brad Hurst says:

    Great work to all the Crossfit 515 Athletes!

  2. Eddie Mrowka says:

    15:09 (155# squat cleans)

  3. Meghan says:

    Today’s @120# 10:20 happy Jaime told me to go heavy these felt good.

    S/O to Annette for going rx and going under the regional time cap of 10 min!

  4. Kady says:

    Today: 7:45 (145#)

  5. Jordanne says:

    Subbed sled drags with 3 45# plates for the rope climbs (plus one extra run because I forgot – 15:26

    Squat cleans were harder than usual today :\

  6. Jaime says:

    Today’s WOD – 6:51 (155#)

    I also just wanted to reiterate some of what was said yesterday on here. First of all, congratulations to everyone at 515 who participated in the Open this year. I am very proud and impressed everyone’s performance this year. And as always, my favorite part of the Open is watching everyone at the gym cheer each other on and support one another. 515 is full of such amazing people, so the atmosphere is great all the time, but the Open is always extra special, so thank you all for being a part of it 🙂

    As was mentioned already, it sounds like there is quite the crowd making the trip to Chicago, which is awesome! If you’re considering it, I would definitely recommend. Meghan is claimed the duty of being “organizer,” so if you have any questions, ask her. It also sounds like, unlike last year, there are some pretty reasonably priced options for hotels downtown that weekend. And I just saw on FB that tickets will go on sale April 5 (Saturday).

    Lastly, being big sis to the 8th fittest man in the world after the Open, I have to brag just a bit 😉 There is no one that I’ve seen work harder everyday than Bobby. And I know the Open is not the ultimate goal, but no matter what happens from here out, it is SUCH well-deserved success. Congratulations, Bobby, and thank you for always setting such a great example for us all to follow!
    Oh and one more thing…I beat “number 8” on the workout this afternoon, haha 😉

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