Monthly Archives: June 2006

Triplet

Back at Five Points, we stormed through a 21-15-9 triplet of: DB Sumo Deadlift High Pulls DB Push Press Burpees Special commendation goes to Dan, who followed up the workout by laying the best ‘sweat angel’ we’ve seen so far… Read more »

Even the kitchen sink!

Crossfit NYC marches onward and upward with ever increasing numbers. Today we tackled a 21-15-9 (meaning 21 reps the first set, 15 second and 9 the third) workout of: dumbbell sumo deadlift high pull dumbbell standing push press burpies dumbbell… Read more »

Hot in the city.

What a scorcher! We had a good group in the park today. Too bad we didn’t bring a camera. The crew: Keith, Josh, Kris, Justin, Leslie, Dave, Drew and Graham. The warmup: Tabata squats 400m run The workout 3 rounds… Read more »

Park it like it’s hot!

We’re trying again this Sunday, June 18 at 10 am. Where: The Ross Pinetum Playground; Western side of the park at 84th St., just below the reservoir and above the Great Lawn. The workout is free, though if you have… Read more »

Swingin’

Four of us put our lower backs on the line, to re-face Kettle-hell, a great workout consisting of: 3 Rounds: 20 KB Deadlifts 20 KB Sumo Deadlift High Pulls 20 2-arm KB Swings 20 KB Snatches (or one-arm swings), left… Read more »

The Big O

Coming down the home stretch of our second parallel beginners’ course, we this evening worked our way through the basics of the Olympic lifts. And, let me tell you, the yoga class in the room next to us certainly appreciated… Read more »

MetCon

We had a group of three put through some metabolic conditioning today. Row 2 minutes at maximum wattage. The goal is to get the average wattage over your bodyweight. Tabata squats. Everybody’s favorite. 3 rounds Max reps for 1 minute… Read more »

Yo Momma!

We had fun little beginner class today that spilled over into a full-fleged workout. The beginner class worked on the Burgener snatch warmup. Then we did some sets of 3 with a 35# training bar. Snatches, cleans and jerks. After… Read more »