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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

06.30.11 EOD

Complete as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of:

5 Chest to bar Pull-ups
10 Ring Dips
95/65 pound Overhead squat, 15 reps

Jen 4rds + 4 ring dips
Rocco 5 rds +7 OHS
John Z. 7 rds
Red 3 rds + 5 ring dips 10 min AMRAP
David 3 rds + 4 C2B 10 min AMRAP
Jill 3 rds + 3 C2B 10 min AMRAP
Josh 5 rds + 4 OHS Rx
Mark 7 rds + 5 C2B Rx
Alice 3 rds + 7 OHS
Phil 3 rds + 5 OHS
Alden 5 rds + 4 C2B
Sherri 8 rds + 3 ring dips
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Anonymous said...

Huck: KFD. Filthy fifty 22:09 with a 7 foot bar for pull-ups and 26 inch box. Other then that RX

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