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Friday, April 29 2016

Posted by Mandee on April 28, 2016   |   25 Comments

Blake 1Blake 2

 

 

WOD:

A.  In 15 minutes establish a 1 rep max back squat

B. “Starter” = 500m row for time

rest 3 minutes

then,

3 rounds for time of:

500m row

10 box jumps 24/20″  RX+ 30/24″  (55 and over 20″)

20 ab-mat unanchored sit-ups  RX+ 20 GHD sit-ups

** 1st score = 500m starter row time

**2nd score = WOD completion time minus 3 minutes and 500m row starter time

 

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25 responses to “Friday, April 29 2016”

  1. Nathaniel says:

    Blake goes hard! And he has since day 1! Keep it up stud!

  2. Mandee says:

    Great work Blake! Always working hard and it shows! 🙂

  3. Carlos says:

    Get it, Blake! That’s what I’m talking about!!
    #101buds ✊

  4. Bradley says:

    Blake is the man! Great dude who is always showing out. Keep it up bud!

  5. Kobra says:

    This dude knows how to move! Always going hard!

    A. 305 – 330(X)

    B. 1:38 for “Starter”

    C. 11:25 RX+

  6. Heath Sharp says:

    A) 405…

    B) 1:27

    C) 10:41 RX+

  7. BP says:

    A) 305 PR
    B) 1:35 PR
    C) 12:46 RX

  8. Jeremy Millich says:

    Home Gym (recovery workout):
    A: E2MOM for 10 min, 5 front sqts @185#
    B: E2MOM for 10 min, 5 kane sqts @135#
    C: EMOM for 5 min, 5 bent over rows @185#
    D: 30 hang power clean for time @135#, 0:59 – unbroken, grip killer
    – everything from ground, no rack.

  9. steve price says:

    Blake making those over the bar burpees look easy!!

    On a side note, GOD IS GOOD, ALL THE TIME!!
    The Engine truck I am on responded as backup to a large house fire at the intersection of Elm Ridge and American Avenue in the subdivision Jada Leo lives in. My firefighter and myself made entry into the house and I extinguished a fire in one of the rooms. As I took about four more steps, I fell through the floor(almost chest level)and was engulfed in flames.I was able to catch myself in a dip position. Fire was shooting up all around me and all I could see under me was fire! My firefighter could not see me to help. I was able to dip press myself out of the hole and escape. I thank my Lord first and foremost!! But I also want to thank the Coaches at Crossfit Huntsville and all of you guys and gals who have encouraged and pushed me all of these years. I weigh 230# plus the gear weighs about 75#. The Good Lord and all of the training helped me out of a bad, bad, situation this morning. Glory to GOD!

    • Nathaniel says:

      I just want to hug you buddy. So glad you and your team are okay. I’m overwhelmed hearing this. Can’t wait to see you

    • Devonne says:

      Wow Steve!! So glad you are okay :-)!

    • Jeff K says:

      Dang Steve, what an incredible incident! You guys never know what you will face but your training paid dividends today. I thank God your okay. I was just talking to Jimmy Stephens about you this morning. See you soon brother.

    • Mimi says:

      So glad you are ok Steve!!!!! And I think Kodi should add weighted dips to the leaderboard and put you as #1!!!!

    • jamie cherrypicker says:

      There’s not enough thanks I can give you for doing what you do, Steve. What an amazing person to do what you do.

    • dez Squats feel good! says:

      A. 405
      B. 1:40
      C. 12:11 rx’d

  10. Naomi says:

    Nice job Blake! Keep kicking butt!

    Yesterday’s WOD:

    A. Worked on butterfly pull-ups/strict handstand push-ups and kipping

    B. 6:21/3:09

  11. Nathaniel says:

    A. 360

    B. 11:22 rx+

  12. Naomi says:

    Today’s WOD:

    A. 205#
    B. 500 m row – 2:15
    WOD – 15:00

  13. John H says:

    A. 335
    B. 1:37 pr
    C 12:58 rx+

  14. Mandee says:

    AM Open Gym: yesterday’s WOD:
    A. 3 bar MU/ 3 strict to 5 Kipling HSPU
    B. 5:27, 2:38 RX at 130#

    1130 Class: today’s WOD:
    A. First time back squatting with some weight post surgery! 5×3 @ 125
    B. 1:57
    C. 11:39 with GHDs, 20″ jumps

  15. Flying J says:

    Steve-Wow, what a calamity! Easy to see how without a few vital pieces and vital celestial “top cover” the story could have had a much different ending. I stand amazed how firefighters ,our law enforcement brothers , and our comrades in arms on some piece of some crappy foreign real estate or blue water can go from zero to max beep in about .2 nanoseconds without giving it a second thought. Job Well Done my good friend and Godspeed!jt

  16. Mimi says:

    Open Gym:
    2:00/500m row
    9:49 scaled row to 325 each round

  17. fleming says:

    Steve! Wow. Thankful you are ok and were are to draw on your years of hard work and effort as a firefighter and an athlete to pull yourself out of a scary situation. Thanks for the perspective too!

  18. Matt says:

    A: 412 (PR)
    B: 1:34
    C: 12:25 scaled to step ups

  19. Steve Price says:

    Took off from the Fire Station for a few hours:

    A. 415

    B. 1:36

    C. 2 + 220 meters. Rx +