CrossFit I35 WOD 12/29/18

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2 athletes work at the same time except for the row where all 4 share a single rower or ski erg.

2000 meter row
300 Dumbbell Snatch 50/35
300 Toe 2 Bars
300 Squats 95/65
300 Push press 95/65
300 Push-ups
300 Sumo deadlift high-pull 95/65
600 Double unders

CrossFit I35 WOD 12/28/18

Strength/Skill Pause Front Squat 5 x 5 Stay light and make depth on every rep. Remember there is NOT or at least not supposed to be in an inverse relationship between depth and weight/intensity and/or depth and fatigue. In other words just because the weight is heavy or you’re fatigued is not a reason to…

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CrossFit I35 WOD 12/27/18

Strength/Skill Every 90 Seconds for 9 min: 3 Pause Power Clean + Split Jerk @ 60% Start with the bar on the ground pull to the knees, pause for 3 seconds and then power clean and split jerk the bar. (Jerk every clean) Then CrossFit Games Open 14.2 / 15.2 For As Long As Possible…

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CrossFit I35 WOD 12/24/18

Strength/Skill Every 90 Seconds for 9 min: 2 Pause Power Snatch + 3 Overhead Squats @ 60% Start with the bar on the ground pull to the knees, pause for 3 seconds and then power snatch the bar. Then 3 rounds for time of the following 50 Double Unders 20 Bar Facing Burpees 15 Snatches,…

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CrossFit I35 WOD 12/21/18

Strength/Skill Front Squat 5 x 8 Stay light and make depth on every rep. Remember there is NOT or at least not supposed to be in an inverse relationship between depth and weight/intensity and/or depth and fatigue. In other words just because the weight is heavy or you’re fatigued is not a reason to squat…

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CrossFit I35 WOD 12/20/18

Strength/Skill

Every 90 Seconds for 9 min:
3 Squat Clean + Split Jerk @ 60%
(Jerk every clean)

Then

Complete as many rounds as possible in 15 mins of:
20 Push-ups
50 Air Squats

(Main Site Workout 11/22/18)

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10 x 10 Russian Kettlebell Swings 24/16kg

CrossFit I35 WOD 12/18/2018

Strength/Skill Squat 5 x 8 Stay light and make depth on every rep. Remember there is NOT or at least not supposed to be in an inverse relationship between depth and weight/intensity and/or depth and fatigue. In other words just because the weight is heavy or you’re fatigued is not a reason to squat higher.…

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