Thursday 27 October

Wall Climbs

Tabata Fight Gone Bad

Complete 40 intervals of 20 seconds of work followed by ten seconds of rest. Perform 8 consecutive intervals of each of the following exercises:

Wall-ball 20 pound ball, 10 ft target. (Reps)
Sumo deadlift high-pull 75 pounds (Reps)
Box Jump 20″ box (Reps)
Push-press 75 pounds (Reps)
Row (Calories)

There is no additional rest between exercises.

Each exercise is scored by the weakest number of reps (calories on the rower) in each of the eight intervals. The score is the total of the scores from the five stations.

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15 thoughts on “Thursday 27 October

  1. Had five warriors get up at 5:30 AM to thrash themselves this morning. Have to say, this looks brutal, and I never expected Sarah L. to finish and say “That was awesome!” Very impressed with the effort from everyone!

    Transitions are tough with only 10 seconds. Keep your mind in the game. Also, rower monitor management is key. Practice resetting the rower during rest intervals before it counts.

    1. Forgot to add, I did some shoulder press this morning, 5×5

      4 lbs off 5RM PR. Lost the 4th rep of 150 behind me. Had never done that on shoulder press before.

  2. ugh… that was brutal! But I’m really glad I did it this morning!! If I had all day to think about how bad it was going to be I might have talked myself out of it.
    I really liked the warm up this morning! Thanks Jeff!

    10lb wall ball, 55lb bar, and 18″ box. – Total: 26

  3. 5/3/5/3/4 = 20 (Rx)

    This one was as mental as it was physical. There was one moment where I nearly sat down and stopped.

    Great morning class led by Jeff. I really liked the skill work today; it’s always fun to learn new movements!

  4. Total: 23-Rx (5-5-5-5-3) painful but worth it. this WOD is definitely just as much, if not more, of a mind game as a physical one. the 10 sec rest feels like 5 sec towards the end…I began to dread hearing jeff say…2-1-go!

    1. Thanks for motivating me to go Rx today. 20# WBS sounded like too much for a WOD demanding reps. However, it’s not always about the score… it’s about progress and challenging yourself.

  5. 28 rx’d. Tough WOD today. It is really important to not slack off during any of your sets because one bad set can ruin your score. Great job lunch class!

  6. 7/6/5/7/0:25Rx, pulled a 0 on the first round of rowing due to a shitty transition. Maintained 5 calories the last 7 rounds though.

  7. Worked power clean 1×7 this evening. PR is 250×2

    From there I missed 250 a couple times, missed 245, and then went back to 225 and pulled it 1×6. Gonna take a couple days rest and then attack the strength work aggressively again. Also have recommitted to increasing my calories. Fell off the wagon and was eating like an Olson twin for a few days. OK, not really like an Olson twin, more like 1g of protein per pound instead of 1.25-1.3 where I need to be.

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