Who says you cannot have spaghetti?
5 Minute AMRAP
10 Walking lunge with a twist (alternate legs)
10 Spiderman stretch (alternate legs)
10 Jumping Squats
Glutes and Hamstrings
Scale by load
Scale by load
20 thoughts on “Tuesday 8 November”
185, 225, 245, 255, 265
First 3RM DL WOD for me, so the only ballpark comparison is my previous 1RM (which was 265 on 14 Oct). Pretty happy about this morning.
Christina’s coaching on breathing technique helped significantly.
Awesome progress! 1RM to a 3RM. Bet your 1RM is over 300 now.
thanks daniel and emily for the help! i couldn’t get past 375×1 a few weeks ago!
185-200-210PR-215PR…today was a good day. When I fishised I ran a mile to my new karate class…when you’re done giggling know that I’m learning how to kill people with my bare hands. 😉
That may come in “handy” haha
No deadlifts for me today. My office put on a 5k this morning. My time was 37:37 which is a 2:00 PR over the last CFI 5k. Not too shabby, though it was a different course, it still had hills 🙂
If you’re at 425×3, then I better keep training hard.
Stout! Great job!
Great 4pm class, everyone worked really hard. Thanks Christina for the breathing tips!
185/190/195/200/205 10# PR from 9/25
Skipped the fifth set. Back was tightening up. Still not fully recovered from GHD Sit-ups.
185-195-205-215-225 (3RM PR by 10#) then went for a 1RM and got 255 which is a PR by 10#. Great 6:30 class! Stayed for open gymnastics and had a great time (:
Holy crap, Katie, 255! That’s got to be 2x bodyweight. I think you might be the first CFI lady to achieve that. Ladies, please correct me if I’m wrong.
Great job Katie!
Worked with Katie on 1RM afterward and pulled 250 (PR by 25#). Thanks Katie…wouldn’t have gone for it if you hadn’t pushed me! And yes Jeff, I believe you are correct…Katie is the first!! I think her previous PR was 2x BW as well, so she’s been the first for a while 🙂
Strong ladies at our gym!!! Great job!
3 reps each, 135-185-205-225-255.
BTW, I can’t help but laugh at the photo caption: “Eric is a kitty kat”
Sometimes I have fun with the “alt text” on photos. It’s actually used for people with impaired vision. They can use programs that will read the “alt text” to them, so even if they couldn’t see a photo very well, if I put in a good alt text then they will be able to “hear” whats in the photo.
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