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Monday 02 November 2009

Posted by The Coach on November 1st, 2009

For time:
45kg Thruster, 21 reps
Pull Up, 21 reps
Row 1000m
45kg Thruster, 15 reps
Pull Up, 15 reps
Row 750m
45kg Thruster, 9 reps
Pull Up, 9 reps
Row 500 m

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Aiden - Future FIrebreather!!


15 Responses to “Monday 02 November 2009”

  1. andrew said

    you know what I said before about never doing thrusters in a WOD…i take it BACK!!

  2. The Cell said

    Fran on crack!! Luv it 😉


  3. Storm said

    Shredded Fran…..Mint

  4. Biljana said

    😯 Have you three started smoking mint? Organic mint, shredded mint or cracked mint???

  5. The Cell said

    Hahahaha. Bit of a coaches side gag from our course on the weekend BIljana 😛


  6. The Cell said

    Your mint Biljana!



  7. Vicki said

    Mint indeed … bloody delusional hooligans 🙂

    Scaled (hehee haha yay yay)
    instead of thrusters 15/10/5 of front squat and press then same pullups.
    with 750/500/250 row.


  8. andrew said

    As Rx’ed 19:51

    The fear of being uncomfortable is worse than the discomfort itself.

  9. michelle said

    Warm up: Cycle to the Cell (20km), 800m run, mobility stuff, front squat practice (15kg)

    WOD: 30kg thrusters and orange band for pull ups

    Time = 20:21

    This was tough! Glad I gave the 30kg thrusters a crack 🙂 I learnt (with Jase’s help) that I can actually do one more rep than I think I can. 🙂 I’d forgotten how hard rowing is after thrusters. Nearly hurled after the last 500m……

  10. Pete Yeates said

    Warm-up = Glute activation, 800m run, Mobility drills, Front squat practice with 20kg bar.

    WOD = scaled thrusters to 35kg, the rest as Rx’d
    Time = 15:19

  11. gus said

    30kg thrusters, red band pull ups

    = 20:19

    thrusters didn’t feel as bad as usual this time so probably should have gone heavier. i was a bit slack on my rowing until the last 500m

  12. michelle said

    Great post from Carl Borg regarding the Javelina Jundred:

    No blame, no excuses, just another experience to draw on

  13. Will said

    800m run, mobility stuff, front squat practice

    20kg, BB – 19.17

    I started off with 25kg on the thruster, but it was too much for my arm/shoulder to handle so dropped this down after about 4 reps 😦 Should have gone the red band…next time.

  14. The Cell said

    Well done buddy! I am very proud of your efforts! When champion athletes miss out on a god medal, or a placing can they always 100% of the time blame their training? I believe not, as you said you are not sure to why you chose to pull out or were forced to pull out, but that is a story that will unravel itself with time, reflection and careful thought to who you are. Either way you did your best with what you had at that time. See it not that you did not run 100miles, but see it as that you ran 78miles! An amazing feat in itself. Do not get tied up in the outcome Carl, but rather savor that moment that you experienced, the journey of running 78miles made you without a doubt in my mind a better human person than you already are! and that is what is of greater importance!

    Keep training and keep partaking in what you truly believe in! remember you may be no stranger to intense training or endurance events but to this particular sport you are an amateur by any standard and I mean no offence by this, realistically you have just started your journey within the realm of ultra running. You are running 78miles now, I would hate to see what you can achieve with more experience, you will be a threat to those who are at the top of this game!

    Well done bro! Many best wishes!


  15. mingster said

    i miss Stef this mrng but thk god for jason’s good choice of music, “eye of the tiger” beats the wrigglies anytime

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