Thursday, November 5, 2009

CrossFit ATL 4189 Dr. Rick proves that old dogs can learn new tricks.

Workout of the Day

Pull Up Ladder

With a continuously running clock do one pull-up the first minute,
two pull-ups the second minute, three pull-ups the third minute…
continuing as long as you are able.

Use as many sets each minute as needed.

Post number of minutes completed to comments.

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  • MikeG_CFATL
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    I finally broke 1000lbs on the CF Total!
    BS- 155kg down from 170kg (sucks!!!)
    SP- 96kg
    DL- 205kg
    Total-456kg (1,003lbs)

  • VAS
    Reply

    psht .. you weak crossfitter. Why don’t you swing around like a monkey on a pull up bar.
    Great job Mike!

  • mike k
    Reply

    Not bad for an old guy. Nice work Mike! Lord knows I’m a long ways from a G. Ha! didn’t even mean to make such a sweet pun!

  • RyanJ_CFATL
    Reply

    Haven’t posted my results in a while, but yesterday’s performance was staggering for me. Don’t know what got into me. Thanks to Ian.
    BS – 110 kg – PR!
    SP – 45 kg – PR!
    DL – 130 kg – PR!
    Total: 285 kg (627 lbs)

  • VAS
    Reply

    Finally, jeans that fit!
    http://pzijeans.com/

  • Rob M
    Reply
  • VAS
    Reply

    Number 2 is wrong. They score below the median.

  • peterbassi
    Reply

    Unless there’s a perfectly normal distribution and no single person exactly matches the average.

  • Rob M
    Reply

    HSPU ladder: 12 rounds flat.

  • VAS
    Reply

    Did an awesome group workout. It’s very rare that I can push myself in a solo workout as hard as I can in a group.
    Pull up ladder
    20 + 15

  • Steve
    Reply

    Pull-up ladder: 14 rounds + 8 — PR by a round
    Thanks, Ian, for the encouragement.

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