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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

5.25.11 WOD

155/105 pound Squat Clean and Jerk, 30 reps

The barbell goes from ground to overhead, passing through a front squat in which the crease of the hip passes below the height of the kneecap. The finish position is with the arms, hips and knees fully extended, arms overhead, with at least a portion of the ear visible in front of the arm. Dropping the barbell is acceptable.

Nikki 5:33 65#
Kelly form work
Jayne 10:44 75#
Tracey 9:29 85#
Jeff 18:03 65/75#
Charlie 13:20 Rx
Mark 6:51 135#
Eric 11:33 Rx
Mel 11:17 Rx
Chris 11:45 95#
Wanda 9:10 55#
Larry 13:55 120#
Leo 10:56 Rx
Don 5:50 Rx
Mark S. 19:44 Rx
Dean 12:01 135#

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