A.
Back Squat
Set 1- 5 reps @ 70%
Set 2- 3 reps @ 80%
Set 3- 1 rep @ 85-90%
Set 4- 10 reps @ 78%
Set 5- 10 reps @ 78%
Rest 2-3 minutes

B.
For time:
60 Calorie Row
50 Kipping Handstand Push-Ups*
40 Alternating Pistols
30 Muscle-Ups
20 Calorie Assault Bike
10 Sand Bag Cleans (150/100 lbs)

*If you are not interested in competing in the Open, we would advise substituting the kipping handstand push-ups for strict handstand push-ups – the pounding on your cervical spine isn’t worth the risk unless you’re preparing for the movement to be tested in competition.

C.
Four rounds of:
15 seconds of Dumbbell Lateral Raises
15 seconds of Hercules Hold with Thumbs Facing Up

Rest 60 seconds, and then…

Four rounds of:
15 seconds of Dumbbell Lateral Raises with Thumbs Facing Up
15 seconds of Hercules Hold with Palms Facing Up

Rest 2 minutes, and then…

Two rounds of:
30 seconds of Dumbbell Presses
30 seconds of Dumbbell Overhead Hold
Rest 60 seconds and repeat

D.
Two sets of:
Barbell Loaded Bulgarian Split Squat x 20 reps @ 1010
(back rack a barbell, raise your rear foot, and then perform 20 reps at a metronomic tempo – don’t pause at the top or bottom, just constant movement)
Rest 60 seconds, then switch legs.

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Tim Coffield
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A. 240 275 290 305 265 265
B. 60 row / 50 shspu 2pad / 40 alt pistols box / 30 mu / 30 cal AD / burpee d-ball shoulders 80#
28:15 I think
C. 5# and 10#
D. Bench 5×[email protected]

Kryssie Chandler (45-49)
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A. 169/185/205
Then 10’s at 180…I was scared of this, but got ‘er done and it was okay!
B. RX Time Cap of 25 min…did MU at the end just so I could just get as many as I could in the time left: got 21 total. Also, this was the first time I’ve done pistols in well over a year. Wasn’t sure how my hip would respond and it was fine. Did 55lb DB snatch instead of sandbag cleans – first time I’ve ever done that weight!
C. Done
D. Done

So happy to be to normal training and nutrition again!

Eric Villasenor
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A. Up to 275. I really enjoy this.
B. 24:17. 100# on the sand bag
C. Skip. Still nursing that shoulder.
D. Done with 65 lbs in the bar. Butt muscles hurt.

Tricia Moore (45-49)
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Tricia Moore (45-49)

A) 155,165,185,165,165, kept conservative coming back from a back injury and I am trying to make sure I am set properly in every rep. Last week was my first week backsquatting , this loading matched last weeks. But this felt sooo much better. B) ❤️ Pistols happy to see them. Done 20:06. I did HSPU Strict, blue pad. Focused on volume accumulation and hitting my positions. Very happy, these are coming along. Did Banded BMU and linked them, more power today. C) oh my god so hard, good for me. Done D) I did with 16 kg kB

Jess U
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I need to get my Fridays in order again with work. Made up most of yesterday and did today’s back squats and accessory.

A yesterday) 195. I got 200 but I racked it for like 3 sec in between to fix my grip so it doesn’t count.
A today) 175/200/225/ 2×[email protected] 195 felt pretty smooth and solid
B yesterday) 15:34 Rx OHS UB, not the snatches. Haha
C today) done
Dyesterday) done
D today) done
I’ll be making up this conditioning from today bc PISTOLS!!! But I needed to eat. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Hope your weekend is awesome Tino!

Tino Marini
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Tino Marini

Big session today! Enjoy the rest of your weekend and be smart with your second session!

Lance Erickson
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Lance Erickson

a) 320×5, 360×3, 410×1, then 350x8fail, 350x7fail
b) 20:02 Rx, MU were the slowest portion
c) done with 5# plates for side raises and 35# DB for presses
d) worked at 150#

Andrej Pravda
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Andrej Pravda

Mobility & Glute activation
A. Done Based on 150kgs
But I accidentally went 97% instead of 90% 😂 I thought I have 135kgs on the bar, but it was 145kgs 😂 But it went great, surely have bigger 1RM now…
B. 30:21 Rx+ 😂 We have only 82,5kgs sandbag or 50kgs slamball, so the choice was clear 😂 I had been doing first time with 82,5kgs sandbag and it took me around 10 minutes 🙈
C. Skipped
D. Done @35kgs barbell (very tough!)

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What does WOD mean in CrossFit?

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How can I figure out my 1RM?

We frequently use percentage references in prescribing the number of reps to perform, so it’s essential that you have a good idea on most of your maxes.

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