Thursday, May 26, 2011

Thursday, May 26, 2011

as many repetitions as possible:
2′ toes-to-bar
—15″ rest—
2′ double under
—15″ rest—
90″ toes-to-bar
—15″ rest—
90″ double under
—15″ rest—
60″ toes-to-bar
—15″ rest—
60″ double under
—15″ rest—
30″ toes-to-bar
—15″ rest—
30″ double under

In this workout, the clock does not reset or stop between exercises.

This workout is scored by the total repetitions completed.

Compare results to September 30, 2010.


  1. coach | May 26, 2011 at 6:49 am

    Robbie S.: 187
    Brian T.: 272
    Phil S.: 84
    Jon H.: 146
    Jessy C.: 110 (sub: hanging knee raise)
    Callie W.: 160 (sub: sit-up)
    Katie M.: (140 sub: hanging knee raise)
    Michael F.: 217
    Alex H.: 179
    Christine S.: 123
    Kris C.: 132
    James C.: 110
    Jen O.: 127 (sub: hanging knee raise, tuck jump)
    Steve D.: 387
    Erez Y.: 282
    Ralph A.: 262 (sub: hanging knee raise, tuck jump)
    Marco M.: 271
    Christy P.: 477
    Josh O.: 219
    Joseph P.: 146 (sub: strict bodyrow, squat)
    Jen M.: 281
    Kerstin P.: 118 (sub: sit-up)
    Laurie W.: 179 (sub: sit-up, tuck jump)
    Chad F.: 253
    David S.: 180
    Julie G.: 186 (sub: sit-up)
    Brian J.: 250 (sub: hanging knee raise, tuck jump)
    Pete S.: 251 (sub: hanging knee raise, tuck jump)
    Holmes H.: 174 (sub: hanging knee raise)
    Meghan M.: 248
    Ben T.: 237 (sub: tuck jump)
    JC L.: 200 (sub: hanging knee raise, tuck jump)
    Jennifer M.: 89
    Katherine C.: 80
    Scott T.: 222 (sub: sit-up, tuck jump)
    Amy D.: 193 (sub: hanging knee raise)
    Bradley D.: 322 (sub: hanging knee raise, tuck jump)
    Jenn J.: 238 (sub: hanging knee raise, squat)
    Wayne C.: 102
    Vinnie L.: 132 (sub: sit-up)
    Chris T.: 250 (sub: tuck jump)
    Caitlin S.: 144
    Kaisa A.: 254 (sub: hanging knee raise)
    John B.: 377
    Alissa G.: 176 (sub: hanging knee raise)
    Leota B.: 207 (sub: hanging knee raise)
    Set S.: 176 (sub: hanging knee raise, tuck jump)
    Sean F.: 198

  2. BrianT | May 26, 2011 at 10:29 am

    I think today marks the end of the skill and recovery sessions (I regret that I missed today). Big thanks to BK for all of her help over the past few months. If you were there you know; if not, you should have been. I’m better for it! Thanks Coach. Bangarang! (I have know idea what that means, but it sounds right and made me laugh). Cheers!

    • Mrs. F | May 26, 2011 at 1:05 pm

      I second Brian in thanking BK for running the Skill and Recovery class. It was a great addition to the MPH repertoire, but we understand the realities of doing something like that week in and week out for such a small group. I do hope that maybe you can add links to Kelly Starett’s Mobility WOD website or post some sort of “try this at home” weekly skill builder.

      Brian- I don’t know what Bangarang is either. . .

  3. BrianT | May 26, 2011 at 10:37 am

    Further evidence that I am not as hip as – well, really anyone (and about a week behind). I was half asleep watching the Maltese Falcon last night. Bogart I think channeling Coach Main: “When you’re slapped, you’ll take it and like it”.

  4. tubameat | May 26, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    t-shirt slogans i’d like to submit:

    from the comment above (love it):
    “When you’re slapped, you’ll take it and like it”.

    “quality matters”

    this last one rings especially true after having to “lower our standards” for the open wods!

    get squattin’!

    Steve D

  5. The Diesel | May 26, 2011 at 1:49 pm

    Just have to throw some love out for Erez and Steve D for killing today’s WOD after completeing the 7AM barbell class. Huge effort guys, and a great thing to watch! Steve D set a gym record after cleaning, pressing,(and occasionally squatting) for 2 hours and Erez attacked whole heartedly. Well played, gentlemen. Well played

    • sidc | May 26, 2011 at 2:05 pm

      I agree with Joe, great job Steve and Erez. That was impressive. As Coach Main said, it made those of us who didn’t do it look like pansies.

  6. train2live | May 26, 2011 at 4:57 pm

    I echo the Diesel’s sentiments. An impressive display of athleticism and heart. Great job guys.


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