because you just might get it.
“It’s all downhill from here. Okay not really. It’s a little more uphill but you’re almost done.” ~ Jim cheering on Jorge.
3 Rounds for Time:
Kind of what all of you felt like were going off in your chest at round 4.
- Bar must touch the ground each sequence but cannot rest on the ground or it terminates the set.
- Goal is to increase loads each round to complete “The Bear” with max load.
- Rest as needed between sets.
- You must power clean the bar to full standing position before squatting the weight.
First I want to apologize for not having a picture of Amanda. Michelle got the pics of everyone else today doing “The Bear” but I got so caught up with the WOD tonight and the camera stayed on the countertop.
A few observations:
Robin recently joined us and brings a wealth of rowing experience with him. A former competitive rower over the “pond” in England, he and wife Lucy are beginning their CrossFit journey and no doubt the rower will be a strength for both of them. I was able to get a little video of him warming up on the rower and ask some questions around technique and coaching tips.
Here’s a short video and demo:
Ashley rowing hard!
or “that was Hell” or our favorite, in response to asking Greg if he was ready to try 95 pounds: “I should’ve kept my big mouth shut.” All quotes of the day. All six of you had similar observations. Remember hard work produces results.