Wednesday the 24th of October, 2012

Push Press 5-5-3-3-3+
(50-60-70-80-90%)

For Time:
50 Calorie Row
500M Run
100 Hand Release Push-Ups

Optional Supplement: 100 Flutter Kicks, 4 count

SCORES

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11 Responses to “Wednesday the 24th of October, 2012”

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  • erika says:

    Thats my girl!! Get it!!

  • PANOS says:

    Great emotion in this picture.

  • DM says:

    Epic Warrior Princess ™

  • B+ says:

    Face of a winner! Great pic!
    3 for 3 too bad I’m missing Chad Week

  • K-Roc says:

    Perfect pullups. Exemplar for the way ALL Pullups should be performed (Strict/with Rope or Towels for grip work)! Work em in this week Chad. And every week.

  • Joey says:

    Jess(ica) great picture!! Sheer determination

    Chad is this really tomorrow’s WOD?
    http://youtu.be/PPS_2AeaBcU

    Nice twist with the last minute change to hand-release push-ups this morning

  • eva says:

    amazing picture! love to you, my fiery fellow aries + athletic rockstarrrrx1000

  • chad m says:

    great video of rob orlando quitting oops i mean capping a workout at 20 minutes. That is an insult to Kalsu. hold on let me call Kalsu and see if he wants to cap his sacrifice.

    naming a workout after a fallen soldier is fundamentally insulting because this is exercise. the only potential consequences are a little sweat and possible discomfort. and maybe sore muscles for a few days. breathing hard does not help you understand or pay tribute to people who risk and lose their lives for you.

  • Nadine says:

    Well said, Chad. There is no comparison

  • K-Roc says:

    Couldn’t agree more. I’m certain 98% of the “fitters” do not have a clue about the life and sacrifice of Heros for which the workout is commemorating. Has anyone taken the time to learn how “Badger”, “Bull”, “Coe” or “Kalsu” gave the ultimate sacrifice in service of our country? Probably not. Take the 20 mins you would of used to sweat and feel a little burn during “Kalsu” and pay true homage to the soldier and their family by learning about their selfless acts on our behalf.

    We sleep safe in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm. — George Orwell

  • B+ says:

    Republicants blocked a bill that would help vets find work in their communities…Smh. USAF!