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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Aimee Anaya, 2007 USA Weightlifting National Champion, completes a heavy split jerk workout.
split jerk (max attempt)

Saturday, May 30, 2009

joe bench
seven rounds; rest 30 seconds between rounds:
1′ push press @ 75/55-lbs.
1′ medicine ball slam @ 20/14-lbs.

In this workout, the clock does not reset or stop between exercises. One point is given for each repetition.

This workout is scored by the total points.

Friday, May 29, 2009

This video is an MPH favorite, and Chris “Speal” Spealler is a CrossFit legend. Check out his stats here. Now turn up your volume.
Today, we realize one of our favorite maxims: you can always do more air squats. If you have to stop and take a break, it’s because your head failed you, not your legs—you gave in to the burn. Don’t give in to the burn.

four rounds for time:
400m run
50x squat

workout courtesy of

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Sakar P. founded the “300 Club” yesterday. Now, if we could only find his face…
sakar back squat
as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes:
21x swing @ 55/35-lbs.
400m run
21x sit-up

Monday, May 25, 2009

for time:
1-mile run
100x pull-up
200x pushup
300x squat
1-mile run

Start and finish with a one-mile run. Partition the pull-ups, pushups and squats as needed. If you have a 20-pound vest or body armor, wear it.

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Saturday, May 23, 2009

amy dl
as many rounds as possible in 10 minutes:
5x thruster @ 115/75-lbs.
10x burpee

–rest 5 minutes–

as many complexes* as possible in five minutes:
turkish get-up + overhead squat @ 55/35-lbs.

*1 complex = left turkish getup + left overhead squat + right turkish get-up + right overhead squat

In this workout, the clock does not reset or stop during the rest period. Each completed round is scored as one point in the first set, as is each completed complex in the second set.

This workout is scored by the both the total points from part one and part two.