Thursday, March 4, 2010

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  1. coach | March 4, 2010 at 9:27 am
     

    –Scores–
    Ralph A.: 135-140-145x-lbs., 13:18 (sub: atomic pushup, deadlift)
    Borja G.: 105-105-105-lbs., 14:21 (sub: atomic pushup)
    Erez Y.: 105-105-105-lbs., 26:36
    Rob K.: 105-110-110x-lbs., 21:32 (sub: atomic pushup)
    Paul M.: 65-65-65-lbs., 8:12 (45-lbs.; sub: decline pushup)
    Erin K.: 70-70x-70x-lbs., 8:33 (55-lbs.; sub: atomic pushup)
    Tamra F.: 80-85-85x-lbs., 12:58 (sub: atomic pushup)
    Christine S.: 65-70-70-lbs., 8:24 (45-lbs.; sub: shoulder press)
    David S.: 85-85-85-lbs., 8:25 (25-lbs.; sub: decline pushup)
    Katie M.: 50-50-50-lbs., 8:57 (25-lbs.; sub: decline pushup)
    Charles H.: 120-120-125x-lbs., 26:22 (sub: atomic pushup)
    Neil A.: 105-105-105-lbs., 22:59 (sub: prom hspu, 1 x 45-lb. plate + 1 x 10-lb. plate)
    David O.: 105-105-105-lbs., 20:19 (95-lbs.; sub: shoulder press)
    Scott D.: 105-110-115-lbs., 12:42 (65-lbs.; sub; atomic pushup)
    Robbie S.: 95-110x-100-lbs., 14:47 (75-lbs.; sub: atomic pushup)
    Sidra C.: 85-85-90x-lbs., 13:00 (sub: atomic pushup)
    Ravi S.: 80-85x-80-lbs., 14:17 (65-lbs; sub: atomic pushup)
    Mayra C.: 65-65-65-lbs., 15:57 (sub: atomic pushup)
    Jessica H.: 60-65-65-lbs., 18:28 (sub: prom hspu, 1 x 45-lb. plate + 1 x 15-lb. plate)
    Jessy C.: 50-50-55x-lbs., 14:17 (45-lbs.; sub: atomic pushup)
    Jonathan H.: 95-95-100-lbs., 23:56 (sub: atomic pushup)
    Kevin C.: 95-105-95-lbs., 13:16 (45-lbs.; sub: atomic pushup)
    Susanna B.: 75-80-80-lbs., 13:02 (45-lbs.; sub: shoulder press)
    Sean F.: 75-80x-75-lbs., 12:43 (65-lbs.; sub: atomic pushup)
    Amy S.: 40-45-45x-lbs., 15:26 (45-lbs.; sub: incline pushup)
    Linda K.: 40-40-40-lbs., 13:20 (15-lbs.; sub: decline pushup)
    Jenn J.: 60-65x-60-lbs., 11:32 (45-lbs.; sub: decline pushup)
    Dave R.: 135-135-135x-lbs., 18:19
    Lisa C.: 70-70-70-lbs., 9:12 (sub: decline pushup, deadlift)
    Christy P.: 85-90x-90-lbs., 12:25
    Tod C.: 95-95-95-lbs., 6:40 (45-lbs.; sub: pushup)
    Alan N.: 105-105-105-lbs., 9:06 (75-lbs.; sub: atomic pushup)
    Kyle F.: 105-115-115x-lbs., 13:01 (75-lbs.; sub: atomic pushup)
    Thomas M.: 90-95-95-lbs., 11:37 (75-lbs.; sub: atomic pushup)
    Jason H.: 100-100-100-lbs., 8:21 (75-lbs.; sub: atomic pushup)
    Sara D.: 45-45-45-lbs., 7:22 (25-lbs.; sub: pushup)
    Shana S.: 65-70x-65-lbs., 9:42 (45-lbs.; sub: pushup)
    Joanna L.: 50-50-50-lbs., 12:34 (45-lbs.; sub: atomic pushup)
    Adam C.: 115-120x-120-lbs., 21:15 (95-lbs.; sub: shoulder press)
    Tyler P.: 85-90-90-lbs., 13:04 (45-lbs.; sub: incline pushup)
    Mike S.: 125-130x-125x-lbs., 17:21
    Wayne C.: 100-100-100-lbs., 17:57 (sub: atomic pushup)
    Michelle C.: 80-80-80-lbs., 13:39 (45-lbs.; sub: decline pushup)
    Amy D.: 65-65-65x-lbs., 11:05 (sub: atomic pushup, deadlift)
    Livia S.: 40x-35-35-lbs., 12:53 (25-lbs.; sub: knee pushup)

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  2. mikeheartspullups | March 4, 2010 at 9:54 am
     

    Sitting in my office with a vegetarian colleague. He just watched me devour a 3-egg omelette with ham and cheese. He said, “hanging out with you has made me want to eat meat more than any other situation since I became a vegetarian.”

    My response: I am so honored. Thank you.

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    • tbferg | March 4, 2010 at 10:11 am
       

      You eat cheese?

      Erin, I love the picture. Great action shot. And you don’t look like a monkey at all.

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    • coach | March 4, 2010 at 12:42 pm
       

      Conversely, if it had been Steve instead of you, Mikey, I’m not sure cow tongue and goat leg is as motivating. I don’t see flautists being big meat eaters.

      You trying to lose weight or something? Make that a clean dozen and wash it down with some bacon fat for (MPH) god’s sake.

      John

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  3. coach | March 4, 2010 at 10:16 am
     

    Jeff W. just came in crushed a 10:01 plank hold. Yep.

    Great job, Jeff.

    John

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  4. Erez | March 4, 2010 at 10:25 am
     

    Holy sh*t Jeff, that’s a long hold. 6am, thanks for sticking around to push me through that last set.

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  5. jwood30 | March 4, 2010 at 11:43 am
     

    Thanks John. I’m glad I finally got that out of the way. The only place to go from here is up. What do you say Dave? JW

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    • train2live | March 4, 2010 at 3:48 pm
       

      Damn! I think that qualifies as trash talk. I know you have been practicing at home, but I am game.

      Nice job btw!

      Dave O.

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      • jwood30 | March 4, 2010 at 5:05 pm
         

        I know you’re up for the challenge

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  6. Jen M. | March 4, 2010 at 11:45 am
     

    From crossfit.com: “Epigenetics is the study of how lifestyle and environment affect the expression of genes (phenotype vs genotype).”

    Maybe it’s because I’m a science dork, but I think this stuff is really interesting, so I thought I’d post it here too.

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  7. jeremynurse | March 4, 2010 at 4:15 pm
     

    Check out our very own Joe P. on Bisnow:

    http://www.bisnow.com/washington_dc_the_scene_news_story.php?p=7369

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    • Rob | March 4, 2010 at 4:47 pm
       

      Joe was having people eat sushi off his naked body? I’m confused.

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      • StuLu | March 5, 2010 at 12:19 am
         

        Awesome Segway Rob!!!! I was obviously intrigued by seeing Joe with Sushi draped over his naked body…oh well.

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  8. mchofia | March 4, 2010 at 5:21 pm
     

    Her mother must be so proud.

    Joe- The Westend Bistro is getting such great press. Congrats!

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