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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

5.6.15 WOD

Get these on your calendar and save the date!

Saturday May 9th - FREE foam rolling class at NSX at 10 AM. Sign up at the box.

Saturday June 27th - 2nd annual NSX Throwdown. Coed teams of two, scaled and RX division.

Saturday August 1st - End of summer BBQ at NSX

Saturday August 8th - NSX river float

More details to come!

EMOM for 15 Minutes of:
1 Bear Complex

Power Clean
Front Squat
Back Squat

Note: work up to AHAP. You must be smart about your weight increase amount. You will not be allowed to go down in weight. If you fail your score is the last weight you achieved before your failed attempt. You may still continue and finish the EMOM, but the weight will be the same weight of the last achieved round. 

Cash out: 100 Kettlebell Swings 53/35

Note: your kettelbell swings must be done right after your last round on the EMOM. 

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