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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

6.4.14 WOD

The Field Narrows: A Regional Recap

Check out this article on the Games website. 

For time:
10 Bar Facing Burpees
30 Chest-to-Bar Pull-Ups
1 Squat Clean + 2 Front Squat (x2) 155/110

20 Bar Facing Burpees
20 Chest-to-Bar Pull-Ups 
2 Squat Clean + 4 Front Squat (x2) 155/110

30 Bar Facing Burpees
10 Chest-to-Bar Pull-Ups
3 Squat Clean + 6 Front Squat (x2) 155/110

Note: This is a chipper so chip away and get it done as fast as you can. On the squat clean + front squats you must do the cycle 2 times. So on the first "round" you will do 1 squat clean + 2 front squats and then do it one more time before moving on to your set of 20 bar facing burpees. Same thing in the "second and third rounds."

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