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Thursday, 30 Dec, 2010

Posted by Mandee on December 29, 2010   |   11 Comments

Warm-up:
Practice OHS with PVC. Then, three minutes of: 5 double unders, 5 OHS, 5 kipping swings

Workout: (scaled to fit class time-frame)

Bull

Two rounds for time of:
100 Double-unders
135 pound Overhead squat, 30 reps
30 Pull-ups
Run 800m

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U.S. Marine Corps Captain Brandon “Bull” Barrett, 27, of Marion, Indiana, assigned to the 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, based out of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, was killed on May 5, 2010, while supporting combat operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. He is survived by his parents Cindy and Brett Barrett, his sisters Ashley and Taylor Barrett, his brother Brock Barrett, and his grandmother Carmen Johnson.

Cool-down:
at least 4 minutes of foam-roller quad-attack!

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11 responses to “Thursday, 30 Dec, 2010”

  1. Dennis says:

    Front Line Report from the Pizzeria Trenches. Bottom Line, Famous Joe’s Pizzeria is a must go to pizzeria in the battle to find real and real good pizza.

    Tuesday night was a special family occasion and the day before a rest day, so I ventured out to splurge on pizza.

    Well there was no better choice than to try CFHSV’s very own Joe’s Famous Pizzeria. Holy Moly it was Phenomenal Pizza. I am not sugar coating this, it was awesome and traditional. Most of you know I just got back from Naples Italy a couple of weeks ago and I ate at some quality restaurants while there. Nonetheless, Joe’s pizza beat them all. Man he has some choice, quality, totally terrific traditional pizza. He also was kind enough to ensure I have to perform a couple of days of double and triple WODs to burn off a desert delicacy that melts in your mouth with ooey, gooey, chewy deliciousness that he kindly hooked me up with. It did have fruit:)

    Thanks Joe, your pizza rocks!

    • Dennis says:

      Dessert delicacy It was a chocolate creamcheese calzone with strawberries, oranges, and syrups and powdered sugar. To top it off it was also deep-fried. It literally melted in your mouth hot out of the oven.

    • AmandaJ says:

      It all sounds amazing!!! I can also testify that the garlic bread is out of this world too! And, I know this is skewed but when we went there, it felt like it wasn’t AS BAD of a cheat knowing a crossfitter made it…haha…that’s messed up. Seriously though, great place!!!

    • Emily D. says:

      Thanks Dennis…I have been day dreaming of pizza ALL day now 🙂

  2. Larry Lowe says:

    34:41 CFHSV rx

    OHS were heavy and slowed me down, but I fought through. Tough workout.

  3. Brian says:

    Jake, what was your final time on the rings?

    • Jake Naumcheff says:

      Brian- 8:59

      Jumping into the rings was challenging to say the least. Dennis’s cousin beat me by 4 or 5 seconds. That’s always a fun workout

    • Brian says:

      It seems like having the strap buckles so low would have gotten in the way, or at least left a mark or two ?

  4. Ron Wood says:

    Scaled 22:40 – 3/1 singles, 75# OHS

  5. Ryan P says:

    31:35 @ 115#
    ran 4 laps the first round. probably would’ve had sub 30 for sure otherwise.

  6. Patrick says:

    Scaled to 300 Single Unders and 115# OHS: 14:10 (1 rd)