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Monday, July 4, 2011

07.05.11 EOD

Five rounds for time of:
135/95 pound Deadlift, 12 reps
135/95 pound Hang power clean, 9 reps
135/95 pound Push jerk, 6 reps

Post times to comments

Been waiting for the heat...after this past weekend I kinda want a snow WOD.

Trevor   8:44 RX
Mel   18:04 RX
Tracey   13:27 RX
Jen   12:22 RX
Steve   11:44 RX
Mary   12:34
Wanda   16:57
Chris   20:57
 Don   11:30 155#, RX+
Jill   10:13
David   10:20
Leo   16:07 155#, RX+
Alden   17:05
Alice   15:58
Sherri   17:52
Suz   10:34
Rich   15:00
Alex   12:51

-- 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 reps --

Kimberly 3:54
Wendi 4:43
Deanne 4:49
Shalise 5:14
Rachelle 6:19


Anonymous said...

How come no scores are posted?

NSX Admin said...

Sorry about the delay, they're posted now!

NSX Admin said...

Just so that you know soon we will not be posting times on our site anymore. So we recommend writing your times and scores down if you want to keep track of them.

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