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Thursday, January 15, 2015

1.16.15 WOD

Athletes, there will be no free Saturday class this weekend. We will all be at A-Team CrossFit supporting and cheering on our members who are competing. We hope to see you all there in your NSXFit gear representing our box. 

1x15-20 Floor Press 
5 Minute warm up/weight build up cap.
3 Minute cap, not to include warm up time. 

Note: if you fail you must redo the 15-20 reps at a lighter weight. You must get at least 15 reps. If you hit 20 reps you went to light and you must redo the set again at a heavier weight.  

16 Minute EMOM of:
5 Back Squat 225/170
4 Burpees

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