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Sunday, June 28 2015

Posted by Mandee on June 27, 2015   |   7 Comments

Rob L

 

 

WOD:

“Tommy V”

For time:

21 thrusters 115/75

12 rope climbs 15′

15 thrusters 115/75

9 top climbs 15′

9 thrusters 115/75

6 rope climbs 15′

 

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Senior Chief Petty Officer Thomas J. Valentine, 37, of Ham Lake, Minnesota, died in a training accident in Arizona, on Feb. 13.

We’re asking the CrossFit community to make donations to the “Thomas J. Valentine Memorial Fund” in care of the Navy Federal Credit Union, Building 200, FTC Dam Neck, Virginia Beach, VA, 23461.

 

7 responses to “Sunday, June 28 2015”

  1. Matt says:

    High Achiever!

  2. Dani says:

    My main squeeze! I’ve been there a time or two.

  3. Eric says:

    Defined simply, “FEELING THE SUCK”

  4. DB says:

    Awesome Pic. Shows so many things and can mean so many things. Exhaustion after a WOD or big lift. The frustration and battle we perform everyday with the bar. Or just a good picture of an athlete contemplating their next move. I may be wrong on all accounts, but I love the pic and athlete. Furthermore I love watching an athlete grow from his/her successes and failures in the BOX! Most importantly they get out there and try consistently.

  5. Courtney says:

    Ooh freaky, I had a premonition that your pic would be up today! I actually got to see this shot taken, too. Rob, you always bring it. A hard working athlete and wonderful husband to my friend Dani.

  6. Cobra Kodi says:

    Rob is constantly getting stronger, faster, and fitter. He sets goals and crushes them, sometimes with a celebratory slam of the bar and shout out loud! Stay after it, my brother, stay after it.

    Tommy V – 22:13 RX
    —I thought my arms were gonna explode on this one.

  7. Rob says:

    Thanks for the kind words 🙂 I got a little excited after my PR yesterday but this picture captures a different and more common side of what we all experience in the gym. DB nailed it as usual. I’m so thankful for all of you CFHSV coaches and athletes that always make me better!