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Sunday, July 29, 2012

07.30.12 WOD

This video is a good one, if you happen to have the CrossFit Journal watch the rest. 

WOD 1:
As Many Reps As Possible of:
Shoulder press 75/55 (Till failure)
Push Press 75/55 (Till failure)
Push Jerk 75/55 (Till failure)

Note: You may not set the bar down. When you fail at shoulder press you move right on to push press and then to push jerk.

Wait 5 minutes then do WOD 2

WOD 2:
For time:
100 Hang power cleans 75/55 

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