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Sunday, January 5, 2014

1.6.14 WOD

In CELEBRATION of registration for the 2014 CrossFit Games Open approaching on January 15, we're going to have some fun with an Open Throwback Week. 

Three FACTS About Participating in the Open:  1) everyone who participates will have some measurable result (aka score) for each wod.  2) You will surprise yourself and do something you didn't know (ahem, think) you could do.  3) Your love for our NSX family will grow at least two sizes, even if you think that's not possible!  Your coaches and fellow athletes pushing you through these wods highlights what we love about our CrossFit community and our gym in particular.

Registration begins January 15 (register here)
First Open WOD released on February 27


3x5 Shoulder Press (add 2.5 lbs to last workout)

3x5 Shoulder Press @ 90% of 5RM from last Monday

13.1 WOD:
17 Min AMRAP of:
40 burpees
30 snatches 75/45
30 burpees
30 snatches 135/75
20 burpees
30 snatches 165/100
10 burpees
as many snatches as possible with remaining time 210/120

check out the video for this wod and movement standards

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