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Monday, April 13, 2015

4.14.15 WOD

Set a new 1RM for your kipping pull-ups. If you are still on bands use the bands you used two weeks ago. 
You are doing one set ME for your 1RM.

For time:
With a running clock do 5 burpees at the top of each minute
For the remainder of each minute do max reps deadlifts 185/135
Clock stops when you hit 100 reps on the deadlift

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