Friday, 19 Mar, 2010

Posted by Mandee on March 19, 2010   |   12 Comments

With a continuously running clock, do one pull-up and one handstand push-up the first minute, two pull-ups and two handstand push-ups the second minute, three pull-ups and three handstand push-ups the third minute… continuing as long as you are able. When you cannot complete the required number of reps for either exercise, continue only with the other as long as you are able.

Use as many sets in any order each minute as needed.

Post number of minutes successfully completed for each exercise to comments. Their sum is your score.

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12 responses to “Friday, 19 Mar, 2010”

  1. Aaron says:

    14 HSPU + 15 Pull ups = 29 rounds

  2. Will Blankenship says:

    5 HSPU + 13 PU = 18 RNDS

    What a disappointing week. Inconsistent attendance lately is really showing.

  3. joe c says:

    4 HSPU +17 pull ups= 21 rounds. nice job aaron on your HSPU

  4. Robert S. says:

    7 HSPU + 15 PU = 22

    I couldn’t figure out kipping on the hspu.

    Nice work Aaron.

  5. Mandee Miller says:

    6 HSPU + 9 PU = 15

  6. z says:

    good job Aaron! That is almost as good as the std DBPU wod. I did 10/15 rounds of something that Jake made up. Left arm is beast.

  7. klowe says:

    Saved today’s rx’d WOD for another day. Arms still very sore from Murph.

    520PR (i think)
    (missed on 530 and then 525) – I believe the stregnth is there but my crappy form is what is keeping me from achieving the weight. Jake made a great observation about my “form” and suggested that DLs with resistance bands would really target the muscles that I’m severely lacking strength and flexibility in.

    • Robert S. says:

      Hmmm DL with bands. Maybe this would help me as well. It seems you and I have some of the same pitfalls in DL form.

  8. Kerri says:

    5PU + 10 HSPU-pike on box w/Abmat

  9. Jake Naumcheff says:

    5HSPU + 19PU= 24

    Hmmm, I wonder what I need some extra work on?

  10. Justin says:

    9HSPU + 15PU = 24
    Nice work Aaron.

  11. Larry Lowe says:

    DL at home:
    5 @ 275,275,275,275,275,275,275

    Form started to break down in the last sets.