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Accessory

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Band Pull-Downs

Accumulate 75 Reps.

This should be with relatively light resistance and should be accomplished in 3-5 sets.

The will be performed after the WOD.

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WOD

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Scotty

Complete as many rounds as possible in 11:00 of:

5 Deadlifts, 315#/225#

18 Wall Balls, 20#/14#

17 Bar-Over Burpees

Lateral jumps over the bar for the burpees are ok.

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Scott “Scotty” Deem, 31, of San Antonio, Texas, was killed while responding to a four-alarm structure fire on May 18, 2017. Deem and his fellow firefighters were searching the building for survivors, but after 11 minutes, Deem sounded a Mayday call. Rescuers were unable to locate him in time.

Deem served with the San Antonio Fire Department for six years. The department is home to a non-profit CrossFit affiliate, where he worked hard to stay in peak physical health. His favorite workouts included The Chief, DT and Lynne.

Deem is survived by his wife, Jennifer; and children, Dakota, Tyler and Aubrey (due August 2017).

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Firefighter Scott Deem

The night before we left to attend the Regionals in San Antonio, Firefighter Scott Deem was killed in the line of duty working a large commercial fire there. I read about his Line Of Duty Death while sitting on the airplane waiting to taxi down the runway. When we arrived to the house we were staying at, San Antonio Fire Station #7 was right across the street. The flag was at half mast and the station bunting already hung. Soon after we got to the Alamo Dome there was a break in the action and during this break the emcees quieted the venue down and they shared the story of what happened to Scott Deem the night before. They went on to talk about CrossFit’s roots in the military, police, fire, and emergency services and followed it with a moment of silence. Scott Deem was a husband, a father, a firefighter, and like all of the other heroes we’ve honored with a workout the last many weeks, he was a CrossFitter. It will be an honor to throw down the workout Scotty. I hope you all will join us.

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