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Saturday, June 4, 2011

The Last WOD...& a move!!

Today will mark the final WOD at our current location. 
After the workout, we'll be moving our stuff to the new location at
6001 W. Deschutes Suite 601 (just off Kellog).

3 rounds for time:
10 Power Clean & Jerk 115/75#
400m run
21 KB Swings 24/16 kg
12 pull ups

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

OK 3rd times a charm. Did the Disposable Heroes WOD on 5-30 in 38 something. I looked at other cross fitters times and thought I must have done 4 rounds not 5. Did it again on 6-1 only 3 rounds and had 21 min and change to make sure I had done all 5 rounds on 5-31. Then on Saturday found out that I was supposed to do burpee pull ups not just burpees. Also on knees to elbows if you dropped ment 5 more Burpees. So 6-5 45:54 Stradley

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