Monday 1.8.18

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MOBILITY

band pull aparts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Tmr9zYlENQ
banded ankle mobs (forward and backward) 2 min each side
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=153&v=Yo2Wj8JC7QM

STRENGTH

8 min EMOM
1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1
clean and jerk
build up to a heavy complex

WOD

400m run
15 clean and jerks 135/95
3 rope climbs
400m run
12 clean and jerks 135/95
2 rope climbs
400m run
9 clean and jerks 135/95
1 rope climb

Saturday 1.6.18

Partner WOD

9am and 11am

teams of 3
24 min EMOM (6 rounds)
min 1: 1 round of “Cindy” (5 pull-ups, 10 push-ups, 15 air squats)
min 2: 10 hang power snatches 95/65
min 3: max calorie row
min 4: rest

Each athlete will cycle through the 6 rounds (24 stations) of the workout. Teammate 2 starts 1 minute behind Teammate 1. Teammate 3 starts 2 minutes behind Teammate 1. Score is team total calories on the rower. On the first two stations, athletes will rest the remainder of the minute after the work is completed before beginning the next station. Weight on the snatch barbell should be something that athletes will complete unbroken on every round. It is ok if there are multiple barbells for teams with athletes using different weights.

Benchmark WOD

10am

“Linchpin Test 1”

for time
400m run
then
21-15-9
thrusters 75/55
pull-ups
then
400m run
then
21-15-9
thrusters 75/55
pull-ups
then
400m run

This is WOD #1 of CrossFit Linchpin’s 12 Tests, aka, the Linchpin Dirty Dozen, “created by Pat Sherwood as a way for athletes and coaches to measure progress and expose weaknesses.”

Monday 12.18.17

MOBILITY

partner assisted thoracic/chest/shoulder opener 2 min each partner
working the deep squat with a banded supine and figure 4 pose 2 min
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfHFkG9fjz4

STRENGTH

back squat

3 x 7 @ 75%

WOD

for time
1500m row
100 double unders
400m run
100 double unders
1500m row

or

for time
1200m run
100 double unders
500m row
100 double unders
1200m run

Thursday 11.30.17

MOBILITY

upper back/lats foam rolling 3 min
working the deep squat with a banded supine and figure 4 pose 2 min
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfHFkG9fjz4

HERO WOD

“Loredo”

6 rounds for time
24 air squats
24 push-ups
24 walking lunges
400m run

U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Edwardo Loredo, 34, of Houston, Texas, assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, based in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, was killed on June 24, 2010 in Jelewar, Afghanistan, when insurgents attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device. He is survived by his wife, First Sergeant Jennifer Loredo; his daughter, Laura Isabelle; his stepdaughter, Alexis; and his son, Eduardo Enrique.

Saturday 11.25.17

Partner WOD

9am and 11am

AMRAP 25
teams of 2
400m run
100 double-unders
40 thrusters

round 1 – 45/35
round 2 – 75/55
round 3 – 95/65
round 4 – 115/75
round 5 – 135/95

Benchmark WOD

10am

“COFFLAND”

for time
6 minute hang hold (cumulative)
each time you drop from the bar, perform:
800m run
30 push-ups
On a running clock, athletes start the workout by free-hanging by the hands only from a pull-up bar. If athlete drops from the pull-up bar before 6 minutes, take note of the time but do not stop the clock. Once the run and push-ups are complete, resume the hang hold. Repeat until cumulative hang hold time reaches 6 minutes. Score is the total time, including the time it takes to do all runs and push-ups.

U.S. Army Spc. Christopher J. Coffland, 43, of Baltimore, Maryland, died Nov. 13, 2009, in Wardak province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when enemy forces attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device. Coffland, who joined the Army a month before reaching the enlistment age limit of 42, was assigned to the 323rd Military Intelligence Battalion at Fort Meade, Maryland. He was deployed to Afghanistan two weeks prior to his death.

Coffland was a CrossFit athlete who was known to have demolished the U.S. Army Physical Fitness Test, which features push-ups, sit-ups and a 2-mile run. He was particularly fond of long workouts, heavy lifts, distance sprints, push-ups and sit-ups.

Coffland is survived by his parents, David and Toni; his sisters, Lynn, Karen and Laurie; his brother, David; and many other friends and family members.

 

Tuesday 10.31.17

MOBILITY

child’s pose with hands on box – 1 min
pigeon pose on box – 1 min each side

WOD

“Kelen Helly”

for time
400m run, 30 wall balls 20/14, 30 box jumps 24/20
400m run, 21 KB swings 53/35, 12 pull-ups
400m run, 21 KB swings 53/35, 12 pull-ups
400m run, 30 wall balls 20/14, 30 box jumps 24/20

We’re combining two CrossFit benchmark workouts today with two rounds of “Kelly” and two rounds of “Helen”.

Saturday 10.28.17

Partner WOD

9am and 11am

30 min AMRAP
500m row
400m run
2 rounds of “Cindy”

1 round of “Cindy”: 5 pull-ups, 10 push-ups, 15 air squats

Benchmark WOD

10am

“Hoopes”

33 min AMRAP
5 thrusters 135/95
7 toes-to-bar
1 legless rope climb
200m run
buy-in: 118 wall balls 20/14
On a 33 min running clock begin the workout with the buy-in of 118 wall balls. Upon completion of the wall balls begin the AMRAP portion of the workout. Complete as many rounds and reps as possible in the time remaining.

“On September 12, 2012, the New Jersey State Police lost one of the best Troopers who has ever served our department. His name is Trooper James Hoopes, badge number 5712. Trooper Hoopes died in the line of duty while training for his physical fitness test [on the Atlantic City boardwalk]. Trooper Hoopes was a role model for Troopers, both on a professional and personal level. He was very serious with his health and fitness. His death was tragic and completely breathtaking to anyone who knew him, because anyone who has ever had contact with Trooper Hoopes would never believe he would have died during a training exercise. Trooper Hoopes touched a lot of lives within the State Police Family, but even more within his Community; where he was actively involved with coaching youth sports.”

In honor of him, and after consulting several of his close friends who live the CrossFit code, one of the coaches from CrossFit Buena programmed [this] WOD… Trooper Hoopes was, not only a hero to the New Jersey State Police, but also the Community his served. The 33 minutes in the AMRAP represent the date of Trooper Hoopes’ death (12+9+12). The 118 wall balls represent his graduating class. The AMRAP rep scheme represents his badge number: #5712

Detective Sergeant James G. Hoopes was born in Atlantic City on August 16, 1972 and was raised in Ventnor. He graduated from Holy Spirit High School in 1990 and then Albright College in 1994. At Albright, Jim played basketball, set the school’s rebounding record and was recently honored as a member of the Albright College All Century Team. He later went on to obtain his Master’s Degree from Seton Hall University. Jim toured the United States playing professional basketball with the Washington Generals. He then went on to teach Spanish and coach basketball at Holy Spirit High School while working summers at the Greenhouse in Margate. In November 1998, Jim graduated from the 118th New Jersey State Police class. He proudly and honorably served as a State Trooper for 14 years.

James G. Hoopes is survived by his wife, Merry, and sons, Jayson and Joey. Jim is also survived by his mother Cathy, sister Lisa (Drew) Gibson.

Wednesday 10.25.17

MOBILITY

front rack improvement with band (starts at 2:10 in video)
hips and psoas smash with lax ball

STRENGTH

10 min EMOM
squat clean
3,3,3,2,2,2,1,1,1,1
build up to a heavy single, record your top weight

WOD

2 rounds
400m run
50 double-unders
12 squat cleans 115/80

We are preparing for the squat clean in the workout by building up to a heavy squat clean first. Just like on Monday, the goal of building up to a heavy single is to develop good positioning that can be further built upon in the workout. When building up to heavy, only go so far up in weight that you can still maintain good mechanics and positions. In the workout, the barbell weight should be lighter than your heaviest single and be something that you could complete both rounds unbroken if necessary.

Saturday 10.14.17

Partner WOD

9am and 11am

for time
800m run
8 rounds “The Chief”
8 rope climbs
600m run
6 rounds “The Chief”
6 rope climbs
400m run
4 rounds “The Chief”
4 rope climbs

1 round of “The Chief” is 3 power cleans 135/95, 6 push-ups, 9 air squats

Benchmark WOD

10am

“Andy”

for time
25 thrusters 115/75
50 box jumps 24/20
75 deadlifts 115/75
1.5 mile run
75 deadlifts 115/75
50 box jumps 24/20
25 thrusters 115/75

wear a 20/15# vest if you have one

U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Andrew T. Weathers, 30, of DeRidder, Louisiana, died Sept. 30, 2014, at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany.

Weathers was wounded Sept. 28 in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, when he heroically ran to a rooftop through hundreds of incoming rounds to repel an attack of insurgents who were attempting to overrun his position. His actions saved the lives of five U.S. Green Berets and nine Afghan Commandos at his location. Weathers was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group, at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.

Weathers is survived by his parents, Michael and Jere; sister, Carrie; brother, Dusten; and many other friends and family.