Back on Track

Complete as many rounds in 15 minutes as you can of:
5 Dumbell Push Jerks

7 Box jumps, 30 inch box


Watch the WOD demo (mov/ wmv)

Eric Magee 23 rounds, Jason Leydon 23 rounds, Kristan Clever 21 rounds + 5 PJ (35lb DB), James Hobart 20 rounds + 5 PJ, Elyse Umeda 20 rounds + 5 PJ (35lb DB, 24″ box), Rebecca Voigt 15 rounds + 5 PJ (35lb DB).

Post rounds completed to comments.


We’ve been recieving emails from CrossFitters around the country that they will be arriving in a couple weeks and need a place to train.  That reminds me…The CrossFit Games are just two weeks away!  Are you planning on attending?  For those that cannot, we will be putting together a viewing party at the gym.  If you have been watching the WOD demos and qualifying competitions, you know this is going to be an epic event.  Read a clip from the CF Games site below and check out some of the athlete profiles:

…What are the Games going to be like this year? What are the events? How many will there be? How will they be scored? These questions are important, of course, but they will not determine the winner. The winners will be the athletes who outperform their peers across broad time and modal domains. Even if we just took a diverse set of standard benchmark workouts like Fran, Helen, DT, Fight Gone Bad, and Murph, the fittest athletes would still end up on the podium.

“Ready for anything” is probably the best non-technical definition of fitness we have. Ready for not just the unknown, but for the unknowable. Firefighters, cops and soldiers have no specific idea of what they will be required to do when they respond to a call or engage the enemy. They don’t know how long the effort will be, how much rest they’ll get between calls, or how things will change mid-stream

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