Push Press 3-3-3-3-3
Push Jerk 5-5-5-5-5
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press – 45, 55, 65, 75, 80
push – 50, 55, 65, 75, 85f
jerk – 55, 60, 65, 70, 80
Filthy Fifty: 25:39
24″ box jumps
1/2 pood kettlebell swings
25# push press
14# wall ball
subbed singles for double unders.
I will jump for joy when I learn how to do double-unders! And yes, push press was way too light=)
Way to represent in LA Mandie!
Rudy and/or Bryce and/or Dragon and/or anyone else -as a result of my saturday morning diane, my hamstrings are extremely sore and my lower back doesnt feel much at all. is this because i was correctly engaging my hamstrings? or incorrect because i should be using my back more? thoughts?
I am SO excited to try out my lifting shoes on this WOD.
ok, today should be interesting…
Alison, Your goal should be 5 straight double-unders before you come back to Chicago. Get working on it!!!
Rudy, that will be my New Years resolution! I’m also asking for a jump rope for x-mas=)
1. snatch: work up to 80%x1x5
2. cj: work up to 80%x1x5
3. fs: heavy single
4. core work
Snatch – 150#
Clean & Jerk – 180#
Front Squat 225#
Core work – Ring jacknives, cross pullouts, ring l-sits. First wod with the new weighlifting shoes & there is a difference in terms of feeling planted in the ground on the landings.
Press-75, 85, 95, 115, 135
Push- 95, 115, 135, 145, 155
Jerk- 95, 115, 135, 145, 155.
Increase intervals were good, but could go up in weight on the push and the jerk.
Press: 115,125,135,145,160, 165 (PR), 170F
Push Press: 135,145,155,165,175 (PR)
Push Jerk: 135,145,155,165,180 (PR)
Press: 125 135 145 155 155
Push Press: 135 145 155 165 175f
Push Jerk: 135 145 155 165 175f 170
Was spent halfway through the push-jerk so I thought I’d drop the weight and work on form. Have to remember to keep legs completely rigid on the press. (not even a little movement in the pants, thank you Bryce)
mike with 800 row and half GHD: 22:58
Push Press: 75-85-95-105-115f-110 (sorry Rudy, didn’t want to end on the fail)
Push Jerk: 65-75-85-95-105
Push Press: 75-85-95-105-115f-110
Push Jerk: 65-75-85-95-105
Press: 115, 125, 135, 145, 155
Push Press: 105, 125, 145, 165, 175×1
Push Jerk: 95, 115, 135, 155, 165×3
Good workout, improvement in all areas from the last iteration.
5 rounds for time:
5 reps of 185# over head any way possible
Time – 7:20
Tough wod. 1st rep after the burpees on each set was tough so I got more effiecient with the rest of the set. Great work on the overhead presses though, which I need plenty of work on.Erick I know you can beat this time, so I look forward to watchin you work
excuse the typos. hands are shaking from the wod
Wow, I got owned! Big time! I had to dig deep to finish this workout. Freddy’s Revenge 17:56. I guess I really have to learn to do the eccentric part of a jerk. 25 singles is not very fun. My raw collar bone is proof.
Beat the guy who it was named after, so I feel pretty decent about my time. I agree with Rudy the eccentric was the worst part. This is one of the workouts on my morning sprint list, so it should get revisited in the next two weeks.
I guess having 185 overhead causes me the inability to count. First round I did 1 push-press and 5 jerks. WTF! I watched it 3 times to make sure I was counting right (this time at least). Also, I guess I did 5 without the rack, so only 20 singles!
Press: 110, 120, 125, 130, 135f
Push: 115, 125, 135, 140(x2), 140
Jerk: 120, 125, 130, 135
I probably could have done more weight on the push jerk, but was having issues with my form (to put it mildly); I need to work on bringing the weight back down under better control, and not so much as a ‘standing bench press.’ We’ll see how my back feels in the morning . . .
I take that comment back. Freddy got me by 4 seconds. Shoulders are raw still.
Press: 95, 105, 125, 135(f),130(f), 130
Push: 105,125,135,145 x2 (hit chin), 152 x 2(PR), 160(f).
Jerk: 95,105,115,125,135, 145 x 1 (PR).
Definite shoulder fatiuge for the jerks–need full extension (ie handstands) when getting under the bar for the jerk.
press: 45, 65, 70, 75, 80f, 77 (pr)
push: 65, 75, 60, 85, 90
jerk: 70, 80, 90, 95, 100
For last one did 3, failed on 4th, then made up last two.
I jumped my legs too wide when the jerk weight was heavy.
I thought my interval choices were pretty good.
I also felt more discomfort bringing the bar down than putting it up in the jerk.
At Crossfit Albany today. Weird WOD.
If possible, partner up with someone of similar abilities and body type. If the class has an odd number, we will make one group of 3.
Athlete “A” rows 10 strokes ONLY and records his/her distance, then Athlete “B” does the same. Once athlete “B” is done, athlete “A” rows 11 pulls and records his distance, and then athlete “B” does the same…
Repeat up to 20 strokes each, recording meters traveled every round. For every 5m difference between the two athletes score in each round, you must perform 1 burpee! For example, Athlete “A” 10 pulls =100m, athlete “B” 10 pulls= 120m….athlete “A” owes 4 burpees for that round.
Keep rest between rounds to a minimum, total up all the burpees for each round and perform them after the rowing is completed. Both athletes do their total burpees owed, not the difference!
Went back to Crossfit Albany again tonight with my sister (her Crossfit name is Animal!). We did Mary. I did 6 2/3 rounds. 5 HSPU, 10 pistol squats, 15 pullups.
Shoulder strength has always been my weakest. Need to keep improving. I think I should’ve started heavier on the push, last rep still felt really good. Been having some back issues for the past couple weeks, had to drop to the bar on my last reps of the jerk to not aggravate my back.
Strict Press: 65, 70, 75, 80, 90
Push Press: 75, 85, 95, 105, 110
Push Jerk: 80, 90, 100, 110, 115
I got PRs on all three exercises, so this was an extremely productive night. I attribute at least a smidgen of it to my new *magic* lifting shoes!
Press: 85 \ 95 \ 115 \ 120 \ 125
Push: 95 \ 105 \ 125 \ 135f \ 135
Jerk: 95 \ 105 \ 115f \ 115 X 3 \ 115 X 2
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