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04
23
2017

WOD 04.22.17

Skill:

Rope climb

WOD:

5 rounds for time:

20 (10 each) Kettlebell snatch, 1.5/1 pood 

10 Push-up 

1 Rope climb (level 3, leg less)

Post time to beyond the whiteboard. 

Cash out:

100 hollow rocks

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04
22
2017

Forged Friday 

This is Forged Friday at New Species CrossFit. Today we honor First Responders and all U.S. Military personnel. Your goal on this Friday is to focus on movement. By doing so, you’re saying thank you to our protectors for the freedom and safety that they provide to this great nation. 

Please stay present and get the most out of this time – your time. 
Always support our Troops and First Responders. God Bless America
Warmup:

2 minute Achilles plank

4 minute running clock:

-jump rope

-air squat

-mountain climber

-hollow rock

Samson-inchworm-bear crawl

 Burgener warmup for squat clean

WOD:

Wes


For time:
Run 800 meters with a 25-lb. plate

Then, 14 rounds of:

5 strict pull-ups

4 burpee box jumps, 24-in. box

3 cleans, 185 lb.

Then, run 800 meters with a 25-lb. plate

Post time to beyond the whiteboard.
U.S. Navy Lt. J. Wesley “Wes” Van Dorn, 29, of Greensboro, North Carolina, died on Jan. 8, 2014, of injuries sustained in a helicopter crash off the coast of Virginia. He was a member of Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron 14 at the Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Virginia.
Van Dorn was a well-rounded and skilled athlete. According to his friends, he “prided himself on his ability to lift huge weight with the big guys and run with the smaller ones.“
Van Dorn is survived by his wife, Nicole; sons, Jaxton and Maddox; parents, Mark and Susan; brother, Max; and sister, Cara.

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