Those poor plates…
We have an epidemic lately of 10# & 15# plates splitting in half, so we’re kicking off the new SAVE THE BUMPERS awareness campaign, immediately.
I KNOW taking weight overhead gets heavy. But from now on, no matter how fatigued you are, when your barbell is loaded with only 10# or 15# bumper plates, please escort it back to the ground.
Do not drop it from overhead and leave that poor bumper plate to fend for itself against the mean ole hard floor.
Then your coach has to take the pieces of that poor plate and put them in Lis’s office. And then Lis comes in and stumbles over it, almost breaking her neck, only to realize yet another of her beloved bumper plates has gone to an early grave.
Bless their little bumper hearts.
Congrats to Marvin who got his muscle up Wednesday night after a mere five minutes of prep with Coach Raul. Get it!
6a: All Levels CrossFit- Dyer
7a: All Levels CrossFit- Dyer
8a: Open Gym- Lis
12n: All Levels CrossFit- Lis
4p: All Levels CrossFit- Jim
5p: All Levels CrossFit- Jim
6p: All Levels CrossFit- Jim
Workout of the Day (WOD)
13.1: Do as much of the following as possible in 17 minutes-
Proceed through the sequence below completing as many reps as possible in 17 minutes of:
30 snatches 75/45#
30 snatches 135/75
30 snatches 165/100
As many snatches as possible at 210/120
And coming tomorrow…
A. Skill work: 10 minutes of practice on PISTOLS (one-legged squats)
B. Partner workout: 3000m Row* (partners switch every 500m)
*Non-rowing partner does as many rounds & reps as possible while partner rows:
10 Pull Ups
15 Ab Mat Sit-Ups
20 Thrusters (95/65)
***For score, take total time to row the 3000m, then subtract :45 per round of AMRAP completed (subtract :01 per rep).