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Sunday, April 6, 2014

4.7.14 WOD

It was great to have everyone involved in the Open.  The Open is not done for this year and we want to express how proud and appreciative we are of everyone that participated and everyone that supported. This year we had over 50 members compete in this years 2014 Open from brand new members to members that we have had for years, all different age ranges and athletic abilities, so many PR's occurred and people were able to get movements they never thought they would. Congratulations again NSXFit family. 

-NSXFit Staff-

Back Squat 3×5 (add 5 lb to last workout)
Shoulder Press 3×5 (add 2.5 lb to last workout)

Front Squat 1 RM
Bench 3 x max reps @ 1 RM Floor Press

10 Minute AMRAP of:
2 Deadlift 275/195
10 Double Unders 
3 Push-Up Wall Cast Demo

Note: on the deadlifts you are not allowed to drop the bar from the hang position, you must set the bar back down to complete the rep. Start the Wall cast with a push up before you walk up the wall. 

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