Crossfit.com – CrossFit Games Open 17.4 – WOD 3 of 10
WOMEN ONLY: Row 1000 meters, then Run your choice of a 700m row or a 400m run. If you choose to do 100 swing pass work as part of your run use the alternate one from this day’s article on the crossfit wod structure model. If you choose to do 100 swing pass work as part of your row use the one from Thursday’s article as well as the following weights: 20# / 16#/ 13#/ 10#, 9# and 8# for men and women respectively. Use all 4 sets regardless of what weight is used in both rows or runs. For those that complete 50 swings per round continue with ALL numbers used last week but cycle through your previous 2 rounds values each time before returning back to values found here (for example – if you did 25 swings (10+15) last week go ahead and do 250 swings today instead). Adding weight will increase difficulty while still keeping total rounds manageable (~2 min pace for 1000m row, 2 min pace for 400s row, 1 min pace for 600s row, etc). Rest 60 seconds between each round (if you’ve completed all 6 rounds by 5 minutes remaining add 16oz for both rows = 12oz+16oz), take 90 seconds once finished to rest feet & get water. For those running who take 90 seconds immediately after completing 6 rounds at 2500M restart with
What Are The Maxes Of The Strongest Crossfit Women?
According to CrossFit, the best overall female athlete has “a 10K time of 21:53, 400m dash time of 1:55.5 and 100m dash time of 13 seconds.” This is the athlete who has the perfect athleticism for this sport. She can run, she can jump, she can keep up her heart rate all day long without getting tired or sick. She can squat 200lbs for three sets along with carrying it 25ft in front of her. If you think that someone would be too daunting to tackle all these tasks at once then consider that this fitness means that if any one person were to perform these exercises instead of two or three, they would win easily without breaking a sweat! It’s impressive.
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UPDATE, 4:10 p.m. March 12: Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs said in a press conference she had been told by witnesses that one or both of the suspects were seen fleeing the scene in a car with Tennessee tags. The two others were described as white men dressed in black and wearing ski masks, who fled on foot toward Interstate 70 West from Paris Avenue. A Columbus woman was hospitalized overnight after she said three gunmen carrying handguns attacked her while she was walking home from neighborhood meeting Thursday evening, police say. Officers responded to a shooting call around 10:30 p.m., near East 19th Street and Smith Road, according to an alert issued by Columbus Police Friday morning. When officers arrived at 107 East 19th St., they found Angie Knox lying on the ground next to her car with multiple gunshot wounds, according to police records. Knox told officers that just after 10:15 p.m., three men wearing dark-colored clothes and ski masks attempted to rob her moments before getting out of their silver sedan and firing shots repeatedly at her through her driver’s side window, according to an incident report obtained by Columbus Underground Saturday morning and verified by police officials today.. The gun battle traumatized Knox so much she struggled throwing off “a blanket over [her] face,” prompting the assailants’ decision to flee instead of finishing what they started inside Knox’s vehicle; when they got out of it “to finish [their] job