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Tuesday, 20 Oct, 2009

Posted by Mandee on October 20, 2009   |   20 Comments

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Tabata Something Else

Complete 32 intervals of 20 seconds of work followed by ten seconds of rest where the first 8 intervals are pull-ups, the second 8 are push-ups, the third 8 intervals are sit-ups, and finally, the last 8 intervals are squats. There is no rest between exercises.

20 responses to “Tuesday, 20 Oct, 2009”

  1. klowe says:

    86,124,85,117 = 412

  2. Krista says:

    scaled (jumping pull ups)
    65-48-62-94= 269

  3. Krista says:

    FYI…
    I’m doing a little crossfit research for a project that I’m working on and I thought some people might find this interesting…
    The three most repeated WODs in the past 12 months were the 5K (repeated 10 times), followed by Crossfit Total(repeated 8 times), and then Cindy(repeated 7 times).

    • Garth says:

      Krista,

      If you need CF data, check out http://www.logwod.com. There is lots of data on there. My buddy runs the site if you need something in particular. I post all my workouts there instead of a notebook. It keeps me a lot more organized and allows me to compare my WODs to friends.

  4. Aaron says:

    324
    I posted Tues on Mon’s link, but since Tues is linked and my OCD never stops working….

  5. Zak says:

    78-100-91-114 = 383

  6. Jake Naumcheff says:

    Total= 354

  7. Justin says:

    62-85-90-133=370

  8. Garth says:

    55, 89, 78, 152=374 (my math was flawed yesterday, did more than posted on board)
    Tabata score 6, 5, 9, 19=39
    For those who are interested, your Tabata score is the lowest number of reps in a round for each exercise. I like to keep track of my Tabata score and try to maximize this each time I do this workout. It works to help pace yourself but still leads to strong overall totals. Maxing out a single round ends up lowering your Tabata score. By keeping good notes on this workout, you can shoot to improve your Tabata score each time by picking a good rep goal across all rounds. Even with my strategy for maximizing Tabata, I still go home as wiped out as any CF WOD (probably more).
    In this case, I stopped at the store on the drive home. I almost ran from the checkout line to go lose my lunch in the bushes a good half hour after the WOD.

  9. Slade White says:

    65-60-85-109=319

  10. Robert S. says:

    Well, I’m a dumbass and lost count, but I was somewhere around 300.

  11. Kerri says:

    Scaled w/JPUs-63-67-88-103=321
    Tabata Score (I’ll give this a shot)-4-7-10-11=32
    http://www.ucp.org/ucp_localdoc.cfm/27/13349/6788/6788-6788/9411
    Check out this link…It’s definitely not for the strict Zoners or Paleor’s, but still looks like a fun challenge.
    I’ll be out of town, otherwise, I’d either be at the Start/Finish or at Krispy Kreme to see this travesty manifest!!!
    I say some brave CF’ers step up to the plate, literally!!

  12. Mandee Miller says:

    as Rx’d
    46-60-85-100=291 total

  13. dunnbball says:

    64-60-77-79=280
    scaled w/JPU’s

    I might actually be in town for the Krispy Kreme Challenge… Hmmm?!?

  14. Kerri says:

    I say go for it Katy!!! It’s for a good cause!! 😉

  15. Karen says:

    63-66-91-112 = 332 rx’d

    Didn’t keep Tabata score this time.

    Crap! I have to work the day of the Krispy Kreme Challenge. 🙁 Katy will have to represent!

  16. klowe says:

    GAME ON! I have exactly one month for my ankle to heal. I’m all about the Krispy Kreme Challenge!

    I’m a lock!

  17. Katie says:

    As rx’d – 187

  18. Mandy says:

    62/44/95/72 = 273
    tabata: 5/4/11/12 = 32