Thruster 2-2-2-2-2-2-2 (7×2)

Rob Orlando 205-225-245-265-285-305(fail)-305(fail)lbs.
Kristan Clever 145-155-160-165-165-150lbs.
Katie Hogan 145-155-165-175-180-180lbs.
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Black/Blue/Grey WODs

For Time:
Overhead Squats (95/65) (65/45) (35/15)
Bar-Facing Burpees

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”)
–  Jaime – 2 Consecutive Muscle Ups
–  Mike – 5 Consecutive Kipping Pull Ups
-  Jaime – Complete 30 MU’s For Time (33:02)
-  Lance – Complete 30 MU’s For Time (28:23)
-  Ash – 4 Consecutive Muscle Ups
-  John – 1st Muscle Up Ever
–  Lance – Deadlift 585#
–  Bobby – Rainbow Back Squat (335#)
–  Abby & Olivia – 1st CrossFit Workout!

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24 Responses to 5/17/11

  1. Adam P says:

    Thrusters – 115 – 125 – 135 – 145 – 155 – 160 – 165
    Overhead Squat (Suck) WOD (75 lbs) – 18:50

  2. Jaime says:

    Thrusters: 95-105-115-125-135-140(1,f)-140(1,f)
    Black WOD as R’xd – 7:42

  3. Jeremy Yoder says:

    I like the clip Bobby…but how come all those Deadlift champs have guts that stick out over their knees….is that a requirement? If so I will stick to my punny 335 DL 🙂

  4. Shelley says:

    Thrusters: 65,70,75,80,85,90,95(1,f)
    Black WOD as rx’d – 11:33 Sure wish I could snatch 65 lbs. I feel like I spend a lot of time getting the bar in the overhead position. I guess I should make that a goal of mine for June.

  5. Justin says:

    Yesterday’s WOD RX’d – 6 rounds + 4 PP…ugh. I NEED to get better at the short sprints.
    “…work capacity across BROAD TIME and modal domains..”

  6. Bobby says:

    Thrusters 135-155-165-175-185-195(f)-175
    Felt like poop today, excuses excuses excuses


    OHS/Burpee WOD as Rx’d – 5:23

    • Jaime says:

      BOOMSAUSE!! Nice job Bobby, looks like Mr. Boomsause was a little premature in crowning himself the winner this week and picking the next WOD…go post your time 🙂

  7. Adam S says:

    Thrusters – 125, 135, 155, 165, 175, 185 lbs(f), 155

  8. Todd says:

    Thrusters 95-115-135-145-155-160(f)-160(PR)

    OHS/Burpee WOD (using 65#) 10:18. My ohs suck, suck, suck! You can’t even call them ohs. Embarrassing! My priority goal is to work on shoulder flexibility and ohs form. I will make the ohs my friend.

  9. Lindsay says:

    Thrusters: 65-75-85-95-105-115(f)-110
    Black wod rx’d: 7:14

  10. John Jackovin says:

    Can someone tell me what a rainbow back squat is? I know what a back squat is, but wtf does a rainbow have to do with it?

    Failed on 205 (pathetic) thrusters and did the OHS in 12:24 but was actually able to do them without constantly falling forward for the first time.

  11. Jeremy Yoder says:

    Thrusters – 95, 115, 125, 135, 145, 165, 180 (PR)


    OHS squat / BF Burpee WOD – 9:47
    Felt like this could have gone better if I hadnt done 75 – 95# OHS yesterday when I did “Nancy”

  12. Bart says:

    Thrusters – worked up to 155lbs. Biggest accomplishment of the day was doing a front squat with 185lbs in the rack position. I’ve never been able to get in to the rack position and squat with any amount of weight so really happy about this.

    OHS/Burpee WOD – 7:29. Nice work on this one Bobby!!

  13. Ash says:

    Thrusters – 135, 155, 165, 185, 205, 225×1(f)PR, 215×1(f)


    OHS squat / BF Burpee WOD – 10:14

  14. Billy says:

    Thrusters – 135, 155, 165, 185(f), 185(f), 175, 185(f)


    OH Squat / BF Burpees WOD – 8:10 (A lot harder than I thought it would be on the quads)

  15. Jeremy Yoder says:


    Great article…..AND….look at the Featured Athlete to the right of the article…..:)

    • Bobby says:

      haha the Featured Athlete changes every time you go to a new page or refresh, but it was of Lindsay

    • Jaime says:


      “…You can compete in CrossFit as a career. That’s crazier than going to Vegas for more than three consecutive days. Three. That’s it people, trust me.” Haha, true.

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