Monday 131118

All-levels WOD/Beginner WOD:
21-15-9 Deadlift 185/135 & Burpee over the bar

Competition Team WOD:
Part A1. Bench/Floor Press 5×6-8 reps (3111 tempo), rest 30 seconds
Part A2. AMRAP strict pull ups, rest 2 minutes
Part B. 3 rounds for time: 10 OHS (135/95), 50 double unders (7 minute time cap)

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Here’s what’s on tap for Tuesday’s classes:

All-levels WOD/Beginner WOD:
FIGHT GONE BAD
Wall-ball: 20/14 pound ball, 10/9 ft target. (Reps)
kettlebell swing 24/16 (Reps)
Box Jump: 20″ box (Reps)
Push-press: 75/53 pounds (Reps)
Row: calories (Calories)
1 minute at each station, rest 1 minute between rounds, 3 rounds total.

Competition Team WOD:
Part A. 3 Position Power Clean (Floor – Below the Knee – High Hang) – 20 minutes
Part B. Clean Pulls 3 sets: 2-2-2 reps (rest 10 seconds between each double) – 100-110% max clean

Responses

  • reisbaron

    7:31 RX’d

    Partnered with Matthew Chin, who made sub-5 look like a walk in the park.

    • Matt C

      Yes, because all walks in the park end laying on your back gasping for air.

      • reisbaron

        Welcome to my world.

        • Eric

          Reis – sub 3 min next time everything unbroken LETS GO

          Went 4:28 RX – same as Matt ..ended up on the floor

          • Brad Hoover

            You, Matt and I should get together in the new year and do this workout side by side. Together we’ll have a stronger chance of going sub 4min, and according to Sully tonight Spealler did this sub 4min in regionals one year.

          • Eric

            Sounds like the perfect recipe to puking

  • disqus_TsXwe1dFia

    whats the reasoning behind the modification of fgb tomorrow (kb swings instead of sdhp)?

    • Kyle J Smith
      • disqus_TsXwe1dFia

        interesting article, but if you go down that route, that would also mean no rebounding box jumps, no high-rep kipping handstand push-ups, no high-rep butterfly pull-ups, no high-rep medium/ heavy deadlifts etc. all these movements make you prone to injury if you lose form (which, lets face it, most of us eventually will on our last reps/ under fatigue). having said that, i am fine with that change, even though it makes it hard to compare to previous performances

        • http://www.joshuanewman.com Joshua Newman

          Great question and points.

          I think the big difference between the SDLHP and the other movements you list is what, in medicine, might be called the narrow therapeutic index – the relatively small tolerance between the perfect and injurious versions of the movement.

          When we program, we assume that, as people move towards their limits in terms of fatigue / weight moved / etc., their form inevitably will decline slightly. We drill perfect form with light weight at slow speeds, so that as we get heavy and speed up, that divergence still stays within a margin of movement safety.

          After a decade of doing and teaching the SDLHP here at CFNYC, we’ve seen that too large a percentage of our members slide into an unsafe version of the movement when done as part of FGB. It’s a reliable cause of shoulder and low-back tweaks.

          In the end, we think sparing our members’ shoulders and lower backs trumps keeping this classically RX’ed.

  • Bernard McMillan

    3:57 rx

  • Brad Hoover

    4:38 Rx. Deadlifts and burpees are my jam.

  • Jim S

    Well, I guess 185lbs at volume is kinda heavy for me.
    10:06
    Sigh. DFL again.

    • reisbaron

      I intend to steal the crown back soon…see next pullup/pushup/dip/box jump/running WOD…

      • Jim S

        ;)

  • AndyK

    3:51, 185lbs, but subbed box jumps for the over bar burpees (still resting shoulder)