Tuesday 140708

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WOD

 

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Complete for time:

First:

21 – 15 – 9

Back Squat, 115#/75#

Push Jerk, 115#/75#

Pull-ups

Immediately followed by:

Run 800m

100 Double-unders

50 Sit-ups

25 Push-ups

Run 800m

25 Burpees

Today is a long one. Come in ready to hit the warm-up, get the gear set up, and go!

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Brooke doing work!

Increased work capacity across broad time and modal domains.  This is the statement CrossFit uses to define fitness. Over the past few weeks, you have gotten the chance to experience some broad time domains. In English, you had some pretty short workouts like yesterday, and you had some long ones like last week’s 5k  and today’s long one. What ones do you like? Do you like WODs that are sub-10 minutes and leave you lying on the floor? Do you like WODs that go on forever, and the feeling at the end is being grateful that it’s finally over? Is it both of them? Possibly none of them?! We all have our favorites, but we gotta hit all of them. They’re all important to our overall fitness. From the shorties that push our pain threshold to the ones that test our endurance over the long haul, and everything in between. It’s important for our improvement. We hope you like this one today!

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