Tuesday, October 19, 2010

16 Comments

  1. joepap | October 18, 2010 at 11:45 pm
     

    mmmmmmm It’s time to put some weight overhead. I’m not scared anymore. I’m not sure I have a PR in this, but I’m in the mood to crush it. Is it noon yet?

    Reply
    • joepap | October 19, 2010 at 1:28 pm
       

      Well…no crushing was involved… but that is 5 more lbs than I’ve ever had overhead, so I’ll take the small victory today 🙂 That 190 area seems to be a bit of a mental ceiling at the moment. It will crack…soon.

      Reply
  2. b-kay | October 19, 2010 at 10:46 am
     

    –Scores–
    Neil A.: 165-185-185-lbs., 22
    Rob K.: 155-170x-165-lbs., 19
    Erez Y.: 145-155x-150-lbs., 18 (45-lbs.; sub: 2x clean + 1x jerk)
    Ralph A.: 125-130-135-lbs., 22 (35-lbs.)
    Susanna B.: 105-110-115x-lbs., 32 (25-lbs.)
    Ted K.: 85-90-85-lbs., 22 (30-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Kevin W.: 105-120-120-lbs., 22 (35-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Larry B.: 105-115-120-lbs., 17 (35-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Paul M.: 85-95-95-lbs., 32 (35-lbs.)
    Kris C.: 75-80-85-lbs., 29 (25-lbs.)
    Jessy C.: 85-90-90-lbs., 29 (25-lbs.)
    Keena S.: 65-65-65-lbs., 48 (25-lbs.)
    Ryan B.: 65-65-70-lbs., 26 (20-lbs.)
    Robbie S.: 145-155-165x-lbs., 31 (45-lbs.)
    Mike S.: 190-200-210-lbs., 23
    Sean M.: 145-165x-x-lbs., 12
    Joe P.: 175-185-175x-lbs., 26
    David O.: 160-160-165-lbs., 27 (45-lbs.)
    Josh M.: 150-155-155x-lbs., 30 (45-lbs.)
    Brian T.: 135-135-140-lbs., 23 (45-lbs.)
    Stuart W.: 95-95-95-lbs., 41 (35-lbs.)
    Glenn C.: 95-105-115-lbs., 22 (45-lbs.)
    Josh O.: 90-95-95-lbs., 19 (sub: single-arm split jerk, right only)
    Jen M.: 95x-95-90-lbs., 28 (25-lbs.)
    Mayra C.: 80-80-85x-lbs., 31 (25-lbs.)
    Christine S.: 65-65-65-lbs., 27 (20-lbs.; sub: push press)
    Ryan D.: 85-85-85-lbs., 39 (20-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Jon H.: 55-60-55-lbs., 17 (20-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Jeremy N.: 225-235-245-lbs., 35
    Steve D.: 160-175-175x-lbs., 31
    Bill G.: 135-135-135-lbs., 26 (45-lbs.)
    David S.: 120-135-135-lbs., 29 (45-lbs.)
    Jeff W.: 105-105-110-lbs., 13 (45-lbs.)
    Livia S.: 45-50-55-lbs., 15 (20-lbs.)
    Annalisa E.: 75-80-80-lbs., 26 (20-lbs.)
    Amy D.: 90-90-90-lbs., 22 (25-lbs.)
    Lisa C.: 90-95-95-lbs., 30 (25-lbs.)
    Joseph P.: 175-185-195x-lbs., 37 (35-lbs.)
    Dave R.: 225x-225-225-lbs., 34
    Sidra C.: 125-130-135-lbs., 23
    Roselena R.: 110-110-110-lbs., 25 (25-lbs.)
    Linda K.: 45-50-50-lbs., 25 (15-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Rachel Z.: 45-45-45-lbs., 26 (15-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Set S.: 65-65-65-lbs., 29 (15-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Angel P.: 85-85-85-lbs., 16 (25-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Tod C.: 175-190-190x-lbs., 39 (45-lbs.)
    Andrew R.: 105-115-125-lbs., 28 (45-lbs.)
    Noland C.: 85-95-95-lbs., 13 (25-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Keith H.: 105-105-105-lbs., 🙁 (25-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Thomas M.: 95-100-100-lbs., 25 (45-lbs.)
    Jonathan H.: 145-155-155-lbs., 49 (45-lbs.)
    Sakar P.: 120-130-125x-lbs., 38 (35-lbs.)
    Ivy F.: 125-130-130-lbs., 35
    Chad F.: 105-105-105-lbs., 27 (45-lbs.)
    Chuck D.: 115-115-115-lbs., 42 (35-lbs.)
    Tyler P.: 135-145x-145-lbs., 33 (35-lbs.)
    Meghan M.: 160-170x-170-lbs., 42
    Ricky B.: 170-180-190x-lbs., 34 (35-lbs.)
    Wayne C.: 120-130-135-lbs., 22 (45-lbs.)
    Tamra F.: 140-145x-145x-lbs., 39
    John B.: 140-145-150-lbs., 33 (45-lbs.)
    Jerry C.: 145-155-160-lbs., 44 (35-lbs.)
    Caitlin S.: 105-115-115-lbs., 38 (25-lbs.)
    Anne M.: 80-80-80-lbs., 29 (20-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Leota B.: 80-80-lbs., 48 (20-lbs.)
    Jeff B.: 85-95-105-lbs., 25 (25-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Jenn J.: 55-60-65-lbs., 31 (25-lbs.)
    Leigh T.: 75-75-75-lbs., 29 (sub: push jerk)
    Katherine C.: 65-65-65-lbs., 34 (15-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Rajesh N.: 65-65-65-lbs., 🙁 (15-lbs.; sub: push jerk)
    Christine D.: 35-35-35-lbs., 19 (15-lbs.)

    Reply
  3. The Diesel | October 19, 2010 at 11:19 am
     

    Um, yeah. Not thrilled about this. But for you, Mr Main? Here ya go. I’ll have to earn my way out of it.

    Reply
    • Hugus | October 19, 2010 at 12:00 pm
       

      Strong work Joe!

      Reply
    • coach | October 19, 2010 at 3:38 pm
       

      That. Is. Awesome.

      All other handles/avatars: bow before Chef Joe.

      John

      Reply
  4. coach | October 19, 2010 at 3:46 pm
     

    Ok, ok. My top five (must have handle and picture to be eligible):

    1. Joe “The Diesel”
    2. LB “Teenage Dream”
    3. Adam “ChuderFace”
    4. T “That’s What She Said”
    5. John S. “Droz”
    Honorable mention: Neil “Tink”

    You could crack that list with a better picture, Hugus. Maybe you could go with one of Bob Sanders, but only you, Jenny and I would get it.

    John

    Reply
    • coach | October 19, 2010 at 3:54 pm
       

      Also, I feel like Bates, K-Lo, Special K and a few others are on the cusp of greatness here.

      John

      Reply
      • Jen M. | October 19, 2010 at 4:16 pm
         

        so, what i’m hearing is, that i have to fully embrace the muppet nickname to even make the list? just the avatar’s not enough? 🙁

        maybe we can make that happen… (though definitely still not as funny as joe’s, above)

        Reply
    • Hugus | October 19, 2010 at 5:40 pm
       

      And all this time I figured you didn’t watch football.

      Reply
      • Hugus | October 19, 2010 at 5:46 pm
         

        Oh, and I take correlation between Bob and I to be a positive one, even though I know you are referring to the 50% of his time spent off the field.

        Reply
  5. Mrs. F | October 19, 2010 at 5:25 pm
     

    Meep to that, Jen. Meep.

    Reply
    • MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP! | October 19, 2010 at 5:33 pm
       

      MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!

      Reply
  6. derekb1 | October 19, 2010 at 6:58 pm
     

    3x max push jerk – 1 @ 57lb, 3 @ 49lb, 4 @ 49lb
    5 min AMRAP – 1x single-arm power snatch + 1x power clean + 1x jerk – 40 reps
    Tabata plank

    Derek

    Reply
    • derekb1 | October 19, 2010 at 6:59 pm
       

      push jerks were with kg dumbbells

      Reply
  7. jhartley25 | October 19, 2010 at 7:15 pm
     

    I would like to preemptively withdraw my AMRAP score. 1) I was hang power cleaning for at least 3 minutes and 2) after looking at the other scores there’s not a chance in hell I got as many as I counted. I had to have switched between counting complexes and reps at some point. [Frown]

    Reply

Leave a Reply to derekb1 Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *