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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

New Years Eve WOD

As the year comes to an end, we will be saying goodbye to 2014 with a friend. Enjoy your WOD. 

For time:
20 Box Jumps 24/20 (each) 
14 Toe 2 Bar (each)
20 Kettlebell Swings 53/35 (each)
14 Jumping Lunges (each)
20 Thrusters 95/65 (each)
14 Burpee Pull-Ups (each)
20 Double Unders (each)
14 Goblet Squats 53/35 (each)

Note: one partner works at a time, while the other partner holds a bar in the high hang 95/65. Each time the barbell is dropped, both partners must do 15 Burpees (not each person). During the thrusters each partner will have a chance to rest. During this time the barbell may not touch the floor still.

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