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Saturday
Sep112010

WOD 9.12.10

"Fight Gone Not As Bad"

3 Rounds of:

30 Sumo Deadlift Highpulls 75/55
30 Box Jumps 20"
30 Push Presses 75/55

Rest 1 exactly minute between rounds.

Post total time minus 2 rest intervals to comments.

Cool down with a 10 Minute MobilityWOD of your choice

Robb
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Reader Comments (9)

will fight gone belated be on a weekend as well? I could do a belated if some folks wanted to do it on a weekday.

Love,gabrus
September 12, 2010 | Unregistered Commentergabrus
Yeah, do we have a Fight Gone Belated team yet? Will there be shirts?

I just kicked in my contribution and we're just $35 behind Dogtown...
September 12, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBjorn
FNSGB Sunday.

Started intending to do this RxD, but scaled back to 20 reps after the first round. This felt really, really hard. Finished in 17.08.

I was a little shocked by how difficult I found the first round; I thought of dropping the weight, but Chris wisely suggested I drop reps instead. I think going five days straight (because of my penalty WOD on Friday) finally caught up with me and wiped me out. Many thanks to Scott Jacko for being a very good partner.
September 12, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSamir Chopra
45lbs. 30 reps. 18:48. If this is not as bad, I'm not so sad that I have to miss the real FGB.
September 12, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSarah
Rest day, day 7 Paleo Challenge. Prelim results are very encouraging!

Challenge is not strict - there is milk in coffee (50% of it pastured) and some v. nice tequila (priorities, people.) Relentlessly prohibited: diet soda, illegal rest-day WODs, sugar, grains, processed anything. I was mostly grain-free for about a month before the challenge started.

I'm supplementing with 4 TBS of fish oil/day, no other supps at this time.

Nevertheless, the results in descending order of astoundingness are:

1. Workout recovery RADICALLY improved2. PMS + cramps gone for the first time in 15 years3. Digestive drama (formerly daily event) gone4. PR'd on squats (and yet, not sore)5. Sleep more + better6. Rarely hungry7. Daytime highs-and-lows smoothed out8. 4 lb weight loss

I don't even recognize myself at this point.
September 12, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMichele
Wod in 15:59

Matt U pushed me through.

Witnessed Jeremy bar dip with Margie on his back.
September 12, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterCarlos
Tried to post last night but my silly iphone had other ideas.

Warmup:-9am softball game.-sdhp and push press review with pvc

WOD:11:48 rx'd-The hardest part were the push presses. I felt so weak and couldn't cycle more than 5 reps at a time. My legs felt heavy on the box jumps but I was able to cycle them pretty good. Great partnering with Ryan!

September 13, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJess
14:15 - 2:00 = 12:15 as RX'edMaybe went out too fast in the first round (2:59, 4:22, 4:53). Made it though the SDHPs and PPs straight through but the box jumps were slow. Gotta figure out how to cycle them better.Good to be back.

September 13, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterkatie
75#, 20 reps, 11:30.

Didn't realize push-presses were so hard without a pectoral muscle, and the 33-mile bike ride on Saturday didn't help with box jumps. (Nor did the gallon of bourbon I drank on Saturday night.)
September 13, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMatt U.

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