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3/6/2013 – WOD

Strength
Weighted/Banded Strict Pull-ups 3×5 (Heavy as possible)

Conditioning
7 Rounds For Time
10 KB Swings 88/53lb
10 Chest/Bar Pull-ups (Scale: Chin to bar)
25 Double Unders (Scale: 75 singles)
Then Immediately after WOD:
Row 1,000m

WOD Notes: The row is included in the WOD time, but I still want you to record your 1,000m row as well.

-Open WOD 13.1 is announced today at 8pm. The workout demo will be live with CrossFit Games athletes Dan Bailey & Scott Panchik. Don’t miss it!

http://games.crossfit.com/

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3/5/2013 – WOD

*Nice job to everyone to yesterday on their Back Squat PR’s and “Fight Gone Bad”. Keep up the great work!

Strength
A) 7×1 (1 Power Clean + 1 Hang Power Clean) *Work up to a heavy 1RM for this complex
B) Weighted Push-up 5×3 (Choose a weight that will be difficult for 3 reps each set)

Conditioning
12 Min AMRAP
5 Power Clean 205/135lb (70-75% of 1RM)
10 Burpees (Straight arm finish 6″)
5 Hang Power Clean 205/135lb (70-75% of 1RM)
15 HR Push-ups

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Open Announcements & News

1) Wednesday March 6th @ 8pm Open WOD #1 is announced (I’m thinking its the 7min amrap of burpees)

2) Saturday March 9th CF Rage hosts Open WOD #1 – Athletes may arrive @ 8am to start warming up. There will be a standards meeting @ 8:45am, but please make sure to watch the movements standards beforehand on http://games.crossfit.com. Each athlete will have their own judge, who will make sure each athlete follows movement standards. The first heat will start at 9am sharp, so if you plan on being in the first heat, please arrive early to warm-up. You may ask a coach for advice on what to do for a warm-up. Whatever the WOD is will determine the number of heats. If you want to perform your best, please consider using friday as a rest day. Let’s Rage!

What’s the Deal with the Open (Shared from the CrossFit Games Page “LesreallyisMore.blogspot.com”)
-There’s been some chatter at the box lately about this Crossfit Open thing… As much as we all talk about it, I think there are still some people wondering “What’s the deal with the open!?”Those of us who have participated are SUPER, almost excessively, ridiculously excited about it. I feel like some newer members and those who have not yet participated maybe are afraid to knock it out loud for fear of getting an earful of Crossfit Crazy thrown at the them… But I have heard some honest conversation about why so and so doesn’t want to register, and it’s $20 and yadda, yadda, yadda… blah, blah, blah. The truth is that EVERYONE should register for the open.So I am going to tell you why the Open is important to me in the hopes that maybe you will relate and see its value and decide for yourself to get in the game.Things to keep in mind:
1) You WILL be doing the Open WODs. Thursday night is “The NIGHT” but so is Friday, Saturday and Sunday. (At Rage it will be Saturday am)) As I recall, whether you officially ”sign up for the Open” or not, you WILL do the WOD. So might as well sign up:)

2) Participating in the Open is NOT about competing in the “Games.” What I mean is that “I am not trying to go the Games” is NOT a valid reason to not sign up for the Open. Last year, over 70,000 people participated in the Open and 490 people competed at the Crossfit Games as individuals, teams, and masters. That means 0.7% of Crossfit Open Athletes GO to the games and MAYBE 3%-5% actually have a chance of making it that far! The Open is for the WHOLE Crossfit community and that includes you.

In my opinion, the Open is five beautiful weeks of opportunity… It’s the opportunity to get outside of your comfort zone and get comfortable with being uncomfortable. It’s an opportunity to learn, to grow as an athlete and as a person. And isn’t that why you Crossfit?! To become a better athlete and/or person!? The Open is an opportunity to participate in something BIG… and big events create big moments…

3) Sign-up for a class feature – I’m not requiring that you sign-up for a class quite yet, but if you want to play around with the feature go ahead. Click on the drop down arrow “Schedule a WOD”- Select date/time you would like to sign up (you may repeat days for the week, month, etc)-press “Next”-press “Book Now”-you may login with Facebook or Google or select “click here for first-time user”. Enter your first, last name, email and password, then “Register and Book”. You’re all set!

4) Philly Cow Share – If anyone is interested in sharing an 1/8 of a cow please let me know. We are not going to do the buying club, like I had on the blog a week ago since you have to buy a lot of product to receive a discount. Here is the link to the cow share: http://www.phillycowshare.com/eighth-cowshare.

5) May 18th – CF Rage 1 year anniversary/open house – More details to come, so save the date!

3/4/2013 – WOD

Strength
Back Squat 1×3 (80%), 1×2 (90%), 4×1 (95-100%)

Conditioning (Compare to 8/18/2012)
“Fight Gone Bad” (Benchmark WOD)
3 Rounds for total reps: 1min each movement
Wall Balls 20/14lb
SDLHP 75/55lb
Box Jumps 20/18″
Push Press 75/55lb
Row (Calories)
—Rest 1 minute after each round

Midline
3x Max Effort L-Sit, Weighted Plank, GHD Hold

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3/1/2013 – WOD

Skill
15 Min to work on GOATS

Conditioning
EMOM for 15 Min
-2 Power Snatches 155/115lb (75% of 1RM Power Snatch)
-2 Muscle-ups (sub: 1 tire flip)
-120′ Shuttle Run (2 Laps)

WOD Notes: The Goal is to go all 15 minutes, compleing all work within each minute. You may scale weight and work on technique for the power snatch. How long can you go?

2/28/2013 – WOD

Strength
Rack Jerk 1×3 (70%), 1×2 (80%), 5×1 (Find 1RM)

Conditioning
20 Min AMRAP
6 Box Jumps 33/27″
12 Chest/Bar Pull-ups
18 Wall Balls 20/14lb
*Row 1k at the 10 Min Mark

WOD Notes: For the Rack Jerk you may do a push jerk or split jerk from the front rack only. Try to set a new PR or work on technique. At the 10 min mark, stop where you are in the AMRAP and row 1k. Pick up where you left off in the AMRAP, when finished the 1k row.

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2/27/2013 – WOD

Strength
Deadlift 7×2 (70-75% of 1RM) *Focus on fast pull off ground. Go a little heavier than last week as long as speed is maintained.

Conditioning
10-20-30-20-10 Reps
Bar Facing Burpees
KB Swings 70/53lb
*Top of every minute do 1 Deadlift @ 70% of your 1RM.

Midline

3×12 GHD Back Extensions

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2/26/2013 – WOD

Strength
Shoulder Press 5×3 (Work up to a heavy 3RM)

Conditioning
12 Min AMRAP
6 Handstand Push-ups 6″/2″ Deficit
8 Hang Power Cleans 155/115lb
10 Front Rack BB Lunges 155/115lb

Midline
3x ME L-Sit Hold, Plank, GHD Hold

WOD Notes: Scaling for the HSPU are stacking multiple abmats to reduce the range of motion, elevating feet on a box maintaining pike position, or HR Push-ups. 55-60% of your 1RM HPC should be used. The same weight should be used for the HPC and Lunges.

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2/25/2013 – WOD

Strength
Back Squat 5×3 (Work up to a 3RM. Make sure at least 2 sets are maximal)

Conditioning
“Jackie” – (Compare to 10/11/2012)
1000m Row
50 Thrusters 45lb
30 Pull-ups
—Rest 5 minutes
For time:
30 GI Janes
30 Calories/.5 mile on Air Dyne

Reminder: The Reebok CrossFit Games Open starts March 6th, so don’t forget to sign up. CF Rage will be hosting the Open WOD every saturday morning for the entire 5 weeks of the Open. Each athlete (whether you signed up or not) will be assigned to a judge, who will make sure you are meeting the standard requirements for each movement. It’s going to be fun and an exciting team building event.

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Brent practicing Bar Muscle-ups. Good job big booyyyy!