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Thursday, February 27, 2014

2.27.14 WOD

Athletes, the Open starts today and we want to make sure that everyone has the right mindset when taking on these amazing WODs. I want to let you all know that no matter how you all do the NSXFit staff is already proud of each and everyone of you. Signing up for this kind of competition takes a strong mind and heart. So you are all winners in our hearts (Rich Froning has nothing on you all.) While we tackle theses WODs together please remember to keep a positive mental attitude and to not hate your judges for doing their jobs. Also please remember that when you finish your WOD to stick around and cheer on others like they will you! 
Good Luck to you all in this years CrossFit Games Open.

Side note we will be streaming 14.1 live tomorrow at the box at 5pm.


Front Squat 3×5 (add 5 lb to last workout)
Bench 3×5 (add 2.5 lb to last workout)

Back Squat 3 RM
Push Press 3 RM

7 Minute cap to establish both 3RMs. 

EMOM for 12 Minutes:
Every Even Minute:
7 Hand Release Push-Ups
6 Alt. KB Snatches 53/35
5 Burpees
Every Odd Minute:
20 Double Unders 
10 Deadlifts 135/95
3 Burpees

Note: for the burpees you must fully extend (knees, hips and arms) with hands over head.

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