Chippers

For time: – Results

25 Walking lunge steps

20 Pull-ups

50 Box jumps, 20 inch box

20 Double-unders

25 Ring dips

20 Knees to elbows

30 Kettlebell swings, 2 pood

30 Sit-ups

20 Hang squat cleans, 35 pound dumbells

25 Back extensions

30 Wall ball shots, 20/14 pound ball

3 Rope climb ascents

Pat Barber 10:30, Kristan Clever 14:02 (24″ box, 1.5pood KB, 25lb DB clean, 16lb ball, 6 12′ ascents)

Scale version A)
20 Walking lunge steps, 15 Pull-ups, 35 Box jumps, 20 inch box, 15 Double-unders, 20 Ring dips 15 Knees to elbows, 20 Kettlebell swings, 1.5 pood 20 Sit-ups 15 Hang squat cleans, 25 pound dumbells, 20 Back extensions, 20 Wall ball shots, 14-20 pound ball, 1 Rope climb ascents

 

Scale Version B)
15 Walking lunge steps, 12 Pull-ups (Combination of pu, beginning pu’s and assisted pu’s) 25 Box jumps, 20 inch box, 12 Double-unders, 15 Bar dips (or Chair dips), 20 Knees to elbows, 15 Kettlebell swings, 1 pood or 1.5 pood depending on abillity, 30 Sit-ups, 12 Hang squat cleans, 15-25 pound dumbells, 12 Back extensions, 15 Wall ball shots, 8-12 pound ball, 1 Rope climb ascents or 3 beginner rope climbs
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David Paradiso versus Francis Herrero, officiated by Jan Bu.

 

Double unders wmv mov

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Hang Squat Clean (barbell) wmv mov

Rope Climb wmv mov

Chippers in CrossFit are described as a long list of movements performed one time, as fast as you can.  They can be ‘funner’ than the usual prescriptions of single element, couplet, or triplet because you don’t have to go back to any of the exercises, plus it’s just fun to do a whole lot of movements fast.  Anyone agree?  (or disagree?  hehe)

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