Saturday, March 30 2013

Posted by Mandee on March 29, 2013   |   4 Comments




CFHSV CF Open Workout 13.4

7 minute AMRAP of:

3 Clean and jerk
 135/95lbs  Masters 55+ 115/65lbs

3 Toes-to-bar

6 Clean and jerk

6 Toes-to-bar

9 Clean and jerk

9 Toes-to-bar

12 Clean and jerk

12 Toes-to-bar

15 Clean and jerk

15 Toes-to-bar

18 Clean and jerk

18 Toes-to-bar…

This is a timed workout. If you complete the round of 18, go on to 21. If you complete 21, go on to 24, etc.


Let’s tear this up CFHSV Athletes!

4 responses to “Saturday, March 30 2013”

  1. Tracey says:

    Looks like a well running machine in that CFHSV photo! Our box is blessed to have the facility and the coaching staff that it does. I’m greatful for all you guys. I’m back from vacation, so no slacking off or tardiness.:)

  2. Meag says:

    Thanks to everyone who coached/encouraged (screamed/yelled) at me today! =] I WILL get toes to bar SOON!

  3. Don says:

    Even though I didn’t do as well as I had hoped, still enjoyed the time spent. Happy Easter everybody. Oh, and one more thing: 🙂

    Dear Fellow Crossfitters,

    It being the Easter season, when Christians celebrate the resurrection of Christ, and being prompted again by the Lord as I was this morning, when I saw the message Bro Coach Dennis was wearing on his t-shirt, I thought that it would be appropriate to post this message again. Only this time, I can credit Dennis instead of Jake! 😉 Here goes:

    Ever since I joined CFHSV, I have wanted an opportunity to share my faith in Jesus
    Christ with my fellow Crossfitters. As a believer in Christ, I would not be a very good Christian or a very good friend to you if I did not attempt to share my faith in Him. I will make this as brief as possible, without neglecting to tell you that the Bible teaches us that we can know where we will spend eternity, that our sins can be forgiven, and that we can receive a full pardon from God through the blood atonement of His Son Jesus.

    Why all of a sudden, you ask, am I emboldened to do this, and to possibly risk the friendship of people I admire and care about? 🙂 Allow me for the moment to blame Jake! I began to notice that occasionally, when Jake posts on this website, he uses a Bible verse. To me, that was a slight jab from the Lord telling me I need to use the tools at hand, i.e., this website. The message I am sharing with you is not so popular in the world, but nonetheless, very necessary.

    Now for the main point of my post. God says in His Word that all have sinned. He goes on to describe sin and its effects and behavioral characteristics in explicit terms in numerous places in the Bible. Jesus, in the New Testament, talked about what comes forth from the heart of man. I believe that if we are honest with ourselves, that the Bible’s description of sin has each one of us nailed dead to rights. Sin is the disease, we are all infected, and there is only one cure. The cure is the blood of Christ. Believe on (receive) the Lord Jesus Christ, and you shall be saved.

    This is not a flattering, feel-good message such as is presented in many churches today. Many preachers have either mingled biblical truth with error (such as Freudian concepts of human personality and problems), or outright rejected the Bible as the standard by which God judges His creation/creatures. If sin is the true reason for all the misery and suffering in the world, then it is no wonder why the Bible teaches that without the shedding of blood there is no remission of sin. Sin is a most serious disease, and takes a serious remedy to be cured.

    The Bible says that the preaching of the cross is to them that perish, foolishness. The Bible also says that by the foolishness of preaching, men are saved (come to belief in Christ). True, some preachers are not very eloquent, but the message and not the delivery is what’s important.

    I was saved when I was 22 years old. That’s a long time ago now, but the more I’ve learned of the scriptures, the more I trust them to be the very Word of God. I won’t go into all of the apologetics, but suffice to say that we all have the same set of evidence to view, and we all have presuppositions. I did too. But I thank the Lord for seeking me out, and giving me grace to believe in Him. By far, it was the best choice I ever made. It is a wonderful peace to know, by believing the promises in the book, that if your time comes up suddenly, that your soul is safe in Christ.

    If any of you ever want to talk to me about these things, feel free.