Tuesday, July 28, 2009

CrossFit ATL 3751 Road Kill

Workout of the Day

With a continuously running clock do one 135 pound Clean and Jerk
the first minute, two 135 pound Clean and Jerks the second minute,
three 135 pound Clean and Jerks the third minute… continuing as long
as you are able.

Use as many sets each minute as needed.

Scale load as needed.

Post number of minutes completed to comments.

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  • VAS
    Reply

    Peter ran so fast, his feet are charred.

  • BMW-CFATL
    Reply

    Today’s WOD as RX’d: 10 rounds + 6

  • Outlaw
    Reply

    Squat or power cleans? Impressive either way, just curious.

  • BMW-CFATL
    Reply

    Power cleans…Squat cleans are just missed power cleans anyway.
    🙂

  • Outlaw
    Reply

    Ha!

  • Heidi_CFATL
    Reply

    So, Facebook says that Mikko Salo got 14 Rounds, I on the other hand got 6 🙂

  • Outlaw
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    WOD #1: Annie as Rx’d – 6:10; only missed one double under. Sit-ups, on the other hand, were a bit slow.
    WOD #2: 3 rounds for time –
    12 OHS @ 95#
    9 Sumo Deadlift High Pull @ 95#
    6 Power Snatch @ 95#
    – 6:10.
    Not sure how I managed to clock the same time on two distinct workouts today.

  • BMW-CFATL
    Reply

    Is that second WOD one you made up?
    Nice job!

  • Outlaw
    Reply

    Yep. It could be done much faster by someone who’s better at OHS, especially if you’re able to transition seamlessly from the snatch to the OHS. It takes me about 10 secs or so to get the bar locked out and stable overhead.
    Also, I believe 5 rounds, instead of 3, would be more appropriate. Andy clocked in at 5:3?, I think.

  • peterbassi
    Reply

    I made up Cindy today. 15 rounds + 5 pushups. Air squats continue to be a critical limiting factor for me. Tomorrow’s main site WOD is a 10k…screw that. I’ll be making up today’s WOD instead.

  • kba_cfatl
    Reply

    today’s WOD with 40kg
    5 rounds + 0 or 1
    I might have gotten one complete movement that 6th round. I kept failing the split/push jerks on the last round due to not getting into a low stance/squat and fatigue.

  • Steve
    Reply

    Today’s WOD scaled to 95# — 6 rounds + 5
    Tomorrow’s main site WOD is a 10k… woo hoo!

  • Dave Hodges
    Reply

    Exactly what I got, Steve! But unlike you, I am NOT happy about tomorrow’s WOD…

  • Jeff
    Reply

    Scaled 10 85# – 6 rounds + 6
    Tomorrow will be the second 10k in less than two months. Weird.

  • peterbassi
    Reply

    I’m a little confused. How does the 10k run fit in with the Crossfit philosophy of short intense workouts?

  • Dave Hodges
    Reply

    Peter, it’s part of the variety of CrossFit. Yes, most workouts are short and intense. Every now and then, you get a long one. Variety and endurance are part of fitness as well. It’s the big picture, man.

  • VAS
    Reply

    WOD 6+6 as Rx
    3 Rounds
    200m row
    10 pull ups
    10 65# sandbag c&j
    8:01

  • VAS
    Reply

    That is a lot of rounds

  • kara
    Reply

    Annie:
    8:15
    …made the board, yay!

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