Tues 10/20/09

By October 19, 2009CFMC Blog Archives
DTR_8171.jpg CrossFit makes you good at the things you’re not good at. It also makes you good at things you’ve never tried before. By learning to perform the movements in a safe, effective, and efficient manner, and doing them over and over and over again, your body learns how to quickly adapt to unrecognized stimuli. It’s a cool feeling to try something new with someone else who’s also never tried it, and to almost immediately be able to focus on how to do it more efficiently rather than just on how to do it in the first place.

Today’s WOD:

21-15-9 reps for time of:

95 pound Squat clean
L Pull-ups
95 pound Thruster
Handstand Push-ups

  • Brett

    this plus yesterday’s CFT? Sure…why not. It’s not like I worked for 12 hours and managed to do heavy pull ups / bench and run a 10k inbetween.

    I want to break 1000lbs so bad but realisticly I’d like to hit 850 today.

  • Dan

    I don’t like this.

  • Dan

    What is the substitute for L-pullups?

  • Brett

    Jebus, that was a biaaatch! Well done Dave and Erich kicking my ass. Still, I can hold my head up high setting a new Deadlift PR witnessed by Tai…although he seems to think that 375 weighs about 125.