Friday 190621

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“El Nino”

Complete for time:

1 Mile Run

50 Dumbbell Snatches, 50#/35#

400m Weighted Run, 50#/35#

30 Pull-ups

20 Bupree Box Jumps, 24″/20″ 


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Jim is ready to rep out those 30 pull-ups today!

Chipper Friday!

Today’s workout is a chipper. What’s a chipper? It’s a workout where you have a specific number of reps for several movements. Once you complete those reps, you’re totally done with that movement and you move on to what’s next. As has been passed down through legend generation to generation, the “chipper” moniker comes from the feeling you get after the workout…like you’ve been through a wood chipper. While that may be true, the chipper is one of the most loved types of workout in CrossFit.

I’m not sure where the love of the chipper comes from. Maybe it’s because you can see the light at the end of the tunnel and you know once you’re done with X, you’re done with X for the entire workout. Sometimes that can help you push through something you don’t like very much. Or maybe it’s because for those of us with ADD, the chipper usually gives us a taste of a bunch of movements so you get to do a lot of different stuff. Regardless, we know you like ’em so here you go!



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