## February 19, 2012

### Sunday 120219

"CrossFit Total"

Back squat, 1 rep

Shoulder Press, 1 rep

Deadlift, 1 rep

Post total to comments.

Compare to 111219.

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Oregon CrossFit.

"Friends and Family: Mike Riepenhoff", CrossFit Journal preview video [wmv] [mov]

"Three Rules" with Greg Amundson by Again Faster Equipment - video [wmv] [mov]

WOD Demo with Cary Hair - video [wmv] [mov] [HD mov]

"It is a good rule in life never to apologize. The right sort of people do not want apologies, and the wrong sort take a mean advantage of them."

- P.G. Wodehouse

Posted by Pukie at February 19, 2012 5:00 PM

Excited for tomorrow! It'll be good to compare to my last CFT!

Did it Friday... Lost 70 lb off my total since last time, down to 935. First time getting pinned on a squat without a spotter -interesting! Guess I need to add some strength bias to my programming.

Calling B.S. on the quote of the day.

When I'm wrong, I'm wrong.

If I screwed up: If I missed it, lost it, misunderstood it, got overly sensitive about it, if I was at fault & I know it....

I'm going to do everything in power to make rectify the situation.

Including saying, "I'm sorry".

Now, I hope don't end up with some sorry lifts for the day! :)

Did this on Monday, 2/13. 1045

Would you guys do a WOD after this like a Football CF?

Dumb quote. People that do not say sorry are typically d i c k s.

CFT:

sq: 280 lbs

press: 160 lbs

deadlift: 400

I do Crossfit Football. It's great. Try it.

Is that Brian Chontosh in the video?

Great total Cary! Go Hoosiers!

CFT:

Squat: 385

Press:175

Deadlift: 440

Total: 1000lbs

Squat-445,

Press-195,

DL-475.

Total-1115

CrossFit Football Programming

@ #3 Your're Right On, Right On.

Cary Hair is a beast among men. Great seeing your savage face on here buddy!

-Aja and Leah

Last total was 1205. Going to see if I can add at least 45 lbs.

They used my pic so I had to post

1215LBS new PR

555 DL

455 BS

205 Press

They used my pic so I had to post

1215LBS new PR

555 DL

455 BS

205 Press

WOW. some of these numbers are amazing. All on CF training? Im using CFFB, my numbers have grown incredibly, but damn.

Power clean 213

Squat 365

bench 275

deadlift 375

5'11/180lbs. Clearly ive got some work to do...

Regarding the quote of the day, one thought that comes to my mind is, "What would happen if every single person in the world adopted this rule?" Would WE (i.e. society/humanity) be better, or worse off as a race? My overwhelming thought is that WE would be worse off.

I find that applying this "test" to scenarios is very enlightening.

If everyone lied, would WE be better or worse?

If everyone was honest, ...

If everyone did drugs, ...

If everyone walked in the others moccasins, ...

If everyone put in a full days work, ...

If everyone CrossFit, ...

If no one ever said they were sorry, ...

If everyone who felt sorry said they were sorry, ...

That's a long way of saying #3 Nessa, you hit the nail on the head.

Sorry is blinders off. Sorry is altruistic. Sorry is awareness. Sorry is hopeful.

Dave T.

What Shane Sevcik didn't mention and is lost in the proportion of the photo is the fact that the kettlebell is 55lbs (in a continuous no-rest snatch movement for max reps in 5min). If it stopped or was dropped, then the competitor was done. All 1 min after a 2K row. My elbow still hurts. He did well.

It's just my opinion but it's ok the say, "I'm sorry". Unless one has no intention of changing a poor behavior or is saying it in a hurtful way, it should be said to acknowledge and address the wrong.

Squat - 295

Press - 165

DL - 370

Total - 830

115kg (252#)

55kg (121#)

140kg (308)#)

Total=310kg (681#)

205

115

305

T = 625

FOB Salerno

Thanks, Dave!

Congrats TW!

Squat-435

Press- 205

Deadlift- 510

Total-1150

Yes I am another CFFBer as well

CFT

Squat - 285 PR (235)

Press - 175 PR (145)

DL - 385 PR (335)

Total - 845

BS - 255 PR

Pr - 135

DL - 315 PR

T - 705

FOB Salerno

Great work Patrick and Tiff!!

press-175

squat-315

deadlift-405(PR)

Mike RIep: you guys are what make the CrossFit community. Thanks for always demonstrating what working hard means. It's been so much fun getting to know you guys over the years!

2012-02-29: 280,165,429(874)*Squat clean, push on press!

2011-12-19: 280,165,423(868)*Squat poor!

2011-08-30: 275,165,412(842)

2011-05-14: 271,164,395(830)

2011-01-16: 265,165,399(829)

2010-10-16: 270,160,375(805)

2010-07-25: 265,155,365(785)

2010-05-09: 260,160,360(780)

2010-02-23: 255,160,355(770)

2009-12-12: 250,155,340(745)

2009-11-05: 245,160,325(730)

2009-10-13: 240,160,305(705)

2009-06-29: 230,160,305(695)

2009-05-24: 225,155,300(680)

B. Squat: 265#(pr)

Press: 140# (pr)

Dead Lift: 330# (pr)

CF Total: 735# (pr)

Would apologize for my lack of strength but, as it's mostly the right sort of people here, what would be the point?... Besides, already looking towards the next PR!!!

Squat: 305

Press: 155

Dead Lift: 325

Total 785

M, 27, 5'7, 70kg

Squat 286lbs

Press 132lbs

Deadlift 150lbs

748 lbs total

B.S.: 285 PR

Press: 135 PR

Deadlift: 360 PR

Total: 780 (up 35 points since last Total!)

111218: 745

110829: 736

110513: 731

110116: 705

101016: 700

f/27/5'6"/156

465 total

backsquat 200

shoulder press 70

deadlift 195

B.S. 225 lbs

Press 85 lbs

Deadlift 245 lbs

Total 555 Not bad for a Freshman in HS but could be better

Back squat 510

Press 240

Deadlift 585

Total 1335# bw 235

doing Strongfit

I'm sorry, but I refuse to apologize to anyone, or for anything I've ever done. I'm strong!!!

Back Squat - 305

Press - 165

Deadlift - 445

Total - 915

2 months in

6'/215/29

FOB Salerno

CFT: 200 lbs

sq: 70 lbs

press: 50 lbs

deadlift: 80 lbs

F/42/5'7"/155

Not quite 2-month old crossfitter...meh...I've got some work to do, I can see!

CFT

Back Squat 425

Shoulder Press 215

Dead Lift 495

Total 1135

M/34/6'3"/200

300 (PR-5)

165 (PR)

355 (PR-20)

820 (PR)

Prev:

300+165+335=795

300+160+355=805

285+155+365=795

255+155+355=765

295+155+315=765

305+155+350=810

325 150 (strict judging!) 380

PR on squat, dead!

If you don't like today's comment, you're betraying the fact that you've never read Wodehouse. That line obviously comes from one of his hilarious aristocratic characters, one who'd give Lady Bracknell a run for her money.

BW 136.4 today

BS 275

SP 165 (CFT PR)

DL 355 (PR)

Total 795 (PR)

BS 265

SP 165

DL 335

Total 765

back squat 285PR

shldr press 155(160 best)

deadlift 365(tied PR)

805 total

First CFT: 785

Back squat: 285

Press: 165

Deadlift: 335

Is there a video tutorial on proper way to bail out on squats if the weight is too much? looks easy on the demo wod but would appreciate tips so that it doesnt catch your lower back(or other accidents that could happen)

Deadlift 390# pr

Squat 345# pr

Press 170# pr

Total 905#

F/42/5'4"/118

Another year older and two PRs. Woo! Hoo!

backsquat: 145lbs, PR

press: 80lbs

deadlift: 160lbs, PR

Total: 385

Can someone explain this WOD for me please. The demo isn't too clear as to what to do. Does this mean do 1 rep on each weight and go up in incremental weight until you max out?

BS- 225#

SP- 115#

DL- 315#

I only have 315# in weight at my house so I couldn't go over to PR my DL. PR on BS.

315 squat

425 deadlift

135 press

24/m/5'10/180

205#

95#

215#

I remember seeing a CFT comparison chart somewhere on the site at the last CFT but now I can't find it. Does anyone out there have a link? Thanks!

S-275

P-165

DL-395(PR)

Total-835(PR)

Squat- 345

press- 165

deadlift- 375

total - 885. Same as December 2011.

It's good to see Greg A. again now that CF has become so large. His strength of character and positive mental attitude have always been a huge asset to Crossfit.

Have Fun, Train Hard,

Billy

#51 Ell Tee, if you mean the CFT bw comparison chart, check the FAQ. Last time I looked it was there, about 3/4 down the page, beneath the heroes.

Sunday musings…

1) Character. CrossFit doesn’t create character, it exposes it.

2) Insourcing. Bringing work and jobs into your locale rather than moving them out. I’m a fan, but I’m also a realist. Job number one for a business is to stay in business. But if you can do both…

3) Outsourcing. My father and my mother-in-law have some very fundamental things in common. They are unaware of this, and if aware both would most probably resist the comparison. When presented with the existential option of doing what would best improve the chances of business survival or remaining true to an existential value, both chose option ‘B’.

My Dad had a business making a product where domestic production was disappearing. Faced with this reality (my Dad was a very good businessman—this reality did not escape him) he simply could not abandon the people who worked for him or the community in which they all worked. He did not outsource, and one by one they were bled away, a workforce of 800 slowly reduced to 250 or so, until there was nothing left to do but leave the business.

My mother-in-law Sandy founded and ran an alternative school in the 70’s. When we met in the 80’s the school was on solid ground, but no money was being made and the prospects for growth that would keep the school on solid financial ground were limited by the founding principles. I chatted with her about how she could generate more money in order to safeguard the school (and her) financially. The mere thought of making decisions with revenue as a goal was so anathema to her that she categorically refused to even have the conversation. Now she has to consider selling the school.

Lesson? There are really hard choices before us, not only in business but also in life. There are always consequences from the decision, even when we are so sure that we have been true to some core, essential, existential truth. We can simultaneously win and lose.

Sometimes it’s hard to figure out which is which.

4) Open. You’re in, right? Registered and ready for the first WOD this Wednesday? Maybe you didn’t register but your gonna do the workouts anyway. Great! What are your goals? What’s your strategy? You HAVE given this some thought, haven’t you?

Like I told you last week, you are I aren’t going to the Games. Only ~1000 of us will go to Regionals as individuals, and maybe another ~2000 or so as team members. Probably not you and me, though. We’re doing the Open for all the reasons I mentioned last week. We’re part of a community and this is how we take part. We’re fortunate enough to be able to do pretty much exactly what the best CrossFitters will do, just like we’re playing Pebble Beach after Phil and Tiger. We’re gonna do this because we own it.

But how? Think about this a bit. No going on cruise control here. What are we going to do?

The Open WOD’s will arrive during our training. We can simply apply them as such, another training tool, and simply do them in the course of the week as just another WOD whether we send in our score or not. Perfectly legit way to be a part of this gig. We can work them into our training and use them as a little measuring stick of our own personal fitness, you vs. you. Another reasonable application.

Ramp it up a bit and compete. After all, The Open is a part of the CrossFit Games season, and this is the Fitness of Sport! There will doubtless be scads of local competitions using these WOD’s, some within individual Affiliates, some just among friends. Any place there’s a clock or a scoreboard (or both) and more than one athlete you’ve got a contest. Why the heck not?

Maybe you’ve been aiming for this for months, ramping up your training, tightening your nutrition, clearing your schedule. For you this is serious. Each week is about planning your attempt, the timing, pre-WOD rest, maybe a dry run. Maybe you’ve got a real chance and maybe not. Who cares? The point is that YOU care!

This is your CrossFit Open. Don’t let it drive you. Pop the clutch. Grab the wheel. Decide what it means to you and where you will drive. 3 more days to set your course.

Occupy the CrossFit Games!

I’ll see you next week…

M/5'7"/155

Squat-265

Press-125(PR)

DL-275

Total-665

3rd week of Crossfit!

Musings in the filter around 12:30...

Squat 270, Press 135, DL 295 Total 700

Only 6 months in to the Oly lifts and finding progression each month.

BS 286

SP 132

DL 352

Total 770

Male/46/15st/6' 2"

RDAS Crossfit in Scotland

BS 465

SP 205

DL 585

total 1255

Squat- 225

Deadlift- 315

Press- 205

Definitely been slacking in the squats.

935 on my first ever CFT. Got 455 on the squat, but then couldn't get past 315 on the deadlift. 165 press.

First time doing a CFT, and first time doing back squats in a few months. I had to approximate the weights, since I don't have anything to really go on.

Back squat -- 205 lbs.

Overhead Press -- 85 lbs.

Deadlift - 225 lbs.

Total -- 515

33yo M 180lb 5’10”

CFWU x 3, 5 pull ups, 5 ring dips, 6 HSPU per round

Squat Warm Up: 45lbs x 5–5 – 95lbs x 5 – 135lbs x 3 – 185lbs x 2

Squat Attempts: 235lbs x 1 – 245lbs x 1 – 255lbs x 1

Press Warm Up: 45lbs x 5–5 – 65lbs x 5 – 95lbs x 3 – 115lbs x 2

Press Attempts: 155lbs x 1 – 145lbs x 1 – 150lbs x 1 PR

Deadlift Warm Up: 95lbs x 5–5 – 135lbs x 5-5 205lbs x 3 – 295lbs x 2

Deadlift Attempts: 345lbs x 1 - 365lbs x 1 – 375lbs x 1

3 minutes rest per attempt

Foam roll after

Crossfit total: 780 PR

Compared to 111219: 775

M/23/6'2''/235

Back Squat: 315

Shoulder Press: 150

Deadlift: 345

Total: 810

M/33/5'11"/185

285(pr)-150(pr)-335(pr)=770(pr)

m/190#/6'/44

squat 225

press 135

deadlift 225

2nd month rx'd

I have been doing crossfit for a month.

Squats: 315

Deadlifts: 365

Press: 215

Total: 895

Had to do front sqaut because of weird shoulder injury that prevents me from being able to grip the bar during a back squat.

245 FS

185 SP

455 Dead

Back Squat: 405 (PR)

Shoulder Press: 175

Deadlift: 500 (PR)

Total: 1080

Did this for my Birthday 1/31

Sq: 341 (PR, up from 260)

PR: 150 (PR, up from 145)

DL: 426 (PR, up from 390)

Total: 917 (up from 795)

Difference between then and now--I picked up a copy of Starting Strength (3rd ed) and Practical Programming for Strength Training--two months of work on the novice program. Thank you Rippetoe and Kilgore, great instruction!

Next goal... Break 1000

BS 255lb

SP 140lb (pr)

DL 325lb (pr)

CFT 720 (pr!)

BS: 335#

SP: 175#

DL: 405#

M/25/165#/5ft8

Squat: 325

Press: 135

Deadlift: 355

Total: 815

This is -10/-5/-20 compared to the last time I did the CFT in January 2011. It's just been a long time since I've done much heavy lifting.

Squat - 245

Press - 115

DL - 295

Total: 660

Needs some work...

M/31/6ft/185

3 rounds of CFW - squats

Pendng total knee replacement in April

M/54/6’/205

Squat - 370 PR

Press - 185 PR

Deadlift - 385 PR

Total - 940 PR

M/23/6-3/230

Squat 365

Dead 375

press 185

total 925

28/M/180/5'11

All PR's. Breaking 400 soon, for sure. Smashing the CF games next year.

Back Squat = 185

Press = 115

Bench Press = 160

(didn't do dead lift ... )

Meh ...

Crossfit total 735

Squat 250

Press 150

Deadlift 335

squat 120

press 70

dead 130

ran out of time on deads. Should have got 140 but tried for 150 and missed.

Squat= 290

Press= 120

Deadlift= 345

CFT= 755

BS: 310, SP: 165, DL: 365, Total = 840

Compare to:

111219 - BS: 305, SP: 170, DL: 350, Total = 825

100223 - BS: 305, SP: 165, DL: 345, Total = 815

091104 - BS: 290, SP: 160, DL: 335, Total = 785

090629 - BS: 285, SP: 155, DL: 280, Total = 730

090524 - BS: 285, SP: 165, DL: 335, Total = 785

080813 - BS: 275, SP: 160, DL: 305, Total = 740

071226 - BS: 275, SP: 153, DL: 330, Total = 758

071128 - BS: 270, SP: 158, DL: 330, Total = 758

070901 - BS: 265, SP: 148, DL: 319, Total = 732

070704 - BS: 275, SP: 145, DL: 287, Total = 707

070601 - BS: 260, SP: 145, DL: 290, Total = 695

as Rx'd

Squat 405

Press 185

Dead Lift 405

CFT = 995

Squat - 225

Shoulder press - 140

Dead lift - 215

#67 thank you that helps!

27/m/180

Warm up-2500 m row 2:05-2:10 pace

BS- 315

SP- 185

DL-335

CFT= 835

2 months into CF and excited about what the future holds.

M/18/168/5'10"

squat 275lb

press 145lb

deadlift 405 lb PR

total 825

Skipped to help low back heal. Went back and made up the 120216 WOD.

500 bs

405 dl

175 press

1080 total

Squat: 315

Press: 155

Dead: 265

Total: 735

Press: 95 (thought PPs were static, next time should be a lot better)

Dead: 225

Squat: Skipped, lower back was not feeling good

Warm Up 3x15

Squat 150

Press 130

Deadlift 150

All done with on a shoulder press machine.

F/27/5'0/134

Squat: 185

Press: 65

DL: 210

Total: 460

Fist time doing this WOD

Joe:

BS 245

SP 105

DL 225

SP failed at 115

DL failed at 250 & 235

Squat 175

Press 95

Deadlift 165

Total 435

Squat 205

Press 125

Deadlift 245 PR

Total 575

315 BS

225 SP

315 DL

Haven't done a crossfit workout in over two months, feels great to get back into it

245 BS

165 SP

325 DL (PR)

3 weeks into CF

"never be afraid to say 'I'm Sorry'"

m/35/5'11"/188

The quote of the day is fine IMO. What most people here seem to not realize is you can admit a mistake to someone without apologizing. If you can admit you're wrong to someone I don't think an apology would be necessary as the right kind of people would accept the admittance.JMTC.

M/26/5'7"/143

BS: 255

Press: 125 (Bad day for presses I guess) :(

DL: 265

CF Total: 645

Compare to 08.26.11

BS: 235

Press: 125

DL: 255

CF Total: 615

Squat: 335

Press: 175

Deadlift: 325

CF Total: 835

Disappointed with DL number, but there's always next time.

This girls first CFT ever:

325lbs

155lbs

405lbs

total: 885lbs

Completely excited!!! Doing CF for 7 months, coming back from motorcycle wreck. This stuff rocks my socks off ;P

Squat: 305

Press: 165

Deadlift: 385

CFT: 855

I think the guy/girl who said that quote meant it more as the apologies will invoke one of two possible responses: from people who don't want to hear excuses, but rather want you to just fix what you did wrong and get over it. On the other hand, the wrong type of people will mistreat you if you apologize because they'll see it as an excuse to put you and your abilities down. Ergo don't apologize. In other words, as I see it, the point is learn from your mistakes and move on. Don't dwell on them.

that's how I interpret it anyway ...

Squat 305

Bench 225

Dl 325

Press - 135

DL - 285 (1st time attempting 1-rep max)

Still afraid to attempt back squats with back issues.

12/19/11 BS 185/ Press 95/DL 205

02/19/12 BS 245/Press 125/ DL 265

M/33/ 187lbs

Not bad. ALL PR

M /35 / 205LBS. 5'10''

BACK SQUAT: 360LBS.

SHOULDER PRESS : 155LBS. / Recent torn Teres Minor.

DEADLIFT : 435LBS.

WOW I am impressed with some of the numbers above!!

This is my first go at a CF total and I felt pretty strong, PR in all the lifts so I'm happy :)

Definitely need to improve upper body strength, press is by far my weakest as far as where I'd like it to be

Squat -- 190 (+25 PR)

Press -- 105 (+5 PR)

DL -- 280 (+55 PR)

Total = 580 lbs

M/23/5'10"/190

Back Squat: 365

Shoulder Press: 185

Deadlift: 395

Total: 945

m/44/195/5'11"

squat 243 (pr)

press 157

squat 331

731 (pr)

last time 662, previous best was 712

sean

365 Squat

165 Shoulder Press

375 Deadlift

905 total

lorie

105 Squat

45 Shoulder Press

155 Deadlift

305 Total

Squat: 230#

Press: 140#

Deadlift: 320#

All pr's

Total: 690

Squat - 385#

Press - 185#

Deadlift - 500#

1070.

Squat - 320# (PR)

Press - 155# (tied PR)

DL - 375# (all my wt.) PR 403

M/43/250/73"

BSQ = 370 (PR)

Press = 180 (PR)

DL = 375 (PR)

Total = 935 (1st)

Cheers,

EW

Back Squat= 340

Press = 195

Deadlift = 525

TOTAL = 1,060

BS - 300

Pr - 170

DL - 365

CFT: 835

*Press was a PR, BS was the first time at 300 for a long time, DL I jumped from 365 to 415 and couldn't get the 415. I guess I should have a made a smaller jump...

Previous:

08-30-2011 - 275/165/365 = 805

10-10-2010 - 295/165/425 = 885

12-12-2009 - 275/155/415 = 845

10-07-2009 - 290/165/405 = 860

08-07-2009 - 275/160/400 = 835

06-17-2009 - 295/165/395 = 855

BS 415 (PR)

Press 155

DL 385

955

28/m/5'11"/188

BS=385(PR)

SP=145(tie PR)

DL=440(PR)

Total=970(PR)

Felt really good! Jumped from 145 to 155 on SP. Should have tried 150 maybe. Gotta still work on it.

F/37/150lbs

BS 225

Sh Press 95

DL 280

M/19/165

BS 335

Sh Press 185

DL 405

DL: 305

BS: 245

SP: 135

Total: 685. All time best is over 700 but only did 605 last time so pretty happy with this result.

849lb

75kg sp

140kg deadlift due to back injury

170kg squat

4th WOD tried enjoying it really trying to get stronger

849lb

75kg sp

140kg deadlift due to back injury

170kg squat

4th WOD tried enjoying it really trying to get stronger

Press 145 pr

Squat 275 pr

DL 335 pr

Total 755

A long way to go until I reach 1000.....ugh....

BS- 425

SP- 175

DL -405

1005 total

got tired so just did enough dl to get over 1000

BS 230 pr

SP 100

DL 275 fail at 295

605

f/46/5'3"/130

BS 165

SP 75

DL 155

total 395

BS 205

SP 135

DL 375 (2nd attempt)

Total 715

BS: 275

P: 135

DL: 340

Total: 750

M/22/5'10"/162

f/20/5'7/132

BS: 143 pr

SP: 66 pr

DL: 187 pr

Total: 396

First week of doing CF!

BS - 225 PR

P - 155 PR

DL - 335 PR

Total - 715 PR

m/27/5'11"/165

BS: 345 - 355 - 365 (PR)

SP: 160 (fail) - 160 - 165 (fail)

DL: 400 - 415 - 430 (fail)

Total: 940

Squats and deads felt good - felt weak on press today.

F/29/5'8''/148#

BS 155, Press 85, DL 225

Total 465

BS: 405

P: 205

Dl: 405

total: 1015

M/20/5'11'/185

F/27/63"/130#

BS 145

Press 80

DL 195

CFT 420

So, broken finger kind of drilled training for about 1.5 months. Lost 10# off of my squat PR and everything else was stable. First time doing a true CFT since January 2011. Meh, I'll take it and supplement my current general CF training with a 5/3/1 or something.

My first CFT.

Squat- 230

Press- 100

Deadlift- 220

Total: 550

Back Squat- 230

Shoulder Press- 100

Deadlift- 220

M/43/219

BS: 315

DL: 405

P: 185

Total: 905

Back Squat - 200

Press - 110

Dead Lift - 245

My first shot at the CrossFit Total.

My wrists and gripping the bar were the problem with the heavier weights on the Back Squat?

Was quite cautious on the deadlift as I've had back problems before, but the press was my absolute max. I've got a number to beat.. woot - want to do it again tomorrow!(but won't)

F/25/5'5/68 kg

100 kg

42.5 kg

122.5 kg

CFT= 265 kg / 584 lbs (PR)

Completed 22-Feb:

Squat - 275

Press - 130

DLift - 350

Total - 755

Squat - 325

Press - 165 (PR)

DL - 400 (PR)

STOKED to hit 400 on Deadlift. Started this 11 months ago with a Navy Chief out in Norfolk and wanted more than anything to improve my squat... and I have by almost 100 pounds.

BS: 235 (PR is 245)

SP: 130 (PR is 145)

DL: 355 (PR by 5!)

CFT: 720 (tied PR!)

(failed at 245, 135)

835lbs

355 squat

145 press

335 deadlift

Never have liked 1 rep max workouts!

BS: 275

SP: 135

DL: 275

TTL: 685

Have done better but forearm killing me from yesterday's pull-ups and tweaked back during the deadlifts.

355 backsquat

205 shoulder press

415 deadlift

975 total

all PRs!

Deadlift 315

Shoulder Press 135 (Had to clean up...Need to try max with rack)

Back Squat 275

Male 53/205

BS-295

SP-185

DL-370

BS 275

SP 175(pr)

DL 355

TOTAL = 805 (pr)

M/21/6"1'/210

BS 265

SP 155

DL 325

Total 745

First time doing CFT. It only goes up from here

BS: 275

SP: 165

DL: 345

T: 785

BS: 275

SP: 165

DL: 345

T: 785

BS: Had no one to spot me, so did not do this.

SP: 120# (PR)

DL: 245# (PR)

Squat 135kg (297#)

Shoulder press 90kg (198#) - seated

Deadlift 165kg (363#)

390kg (858#)

BS 385

PR 175

DL 455

1015

BS 245

PR 135

DL 335

Total: 715

33 yom, 190 lbs

245

155 (pr)

345

745

BS: 135, 165, 185, 190, 195 (+5)

SP: 95, 105, 115, 120, (122.5F) (=)

DL: 135, 185, 235, 285, 290 (+5)

back squat 285

shoulder press 215

Dead Lift 385

M/39/5"10/220

FOB Connolly AF

Press:115

Squat:220

Deadlift:205

540

36 yom 205 lbs.

BS- 325

SP- 205

DL- 405

Total=. 935

Terrible but I haven't been working on strength at ALL. Deadlifts felt the worst!

Last time:

35 yom. 200 lbs.

Backsquat- 345

Shoulder press- 215

Deadlift- 445

Total-1005

My first 1000+!!!

Last time:

35 yom. 195 lbs.

BS-345

SP-205

DL-415

Total 965.

Could have gone heavier on deads but couldn't fit any more weight on the bar.

Comment #268 - Posted by: kgw at October 24, 2010 9:08 AM

BS-345, Press-155, DL-385

BS-345, Press-155, DL-385

335 squat (PR)

160 press

300 dead lift (PR)

695 CFT

12th wk of cf

6ft male 232

squat 315

strict shoulder press 190

deadlift 460

F/33/5'7"/ 230

BS - 225 (PR)

SP- 115

DL - 305 (PR)

Total - 645 (PR by 20)

BS - 175 PR

SP - 95 PR

DL - 225 PR

Having trouble getting down on the back squat due to right hip flexor tightening up. Anyone have any mobility or strengthening tips? I am flexible, just feels weak.

Dead lifts are slowly getting up there.... frustratingly small PR's over the course of several months!

M/42/5'8"/170

120 Press

225 Squat

275 DL

620 CFT

done quick...two WODs tonight, not much time.

Squat = 325

DL = 365

145 Squat

65 Press

175 DL

305 CFT

As Rx'd:

B.S. - 365

S.P. - 175

D.L. - 365

Back squat: 285

Shoulder press: 165

Deadlift: 335

Total 785

BS: 285

SP: 155

DL: 335

Total: 775

Previous PR:

BS: 300

SP: 160

DL: 425

Total: 880

PR across the board!

640 vs. 595 585 575 565 555 460 and 425 prior 6 times. I am impressed with the consistentcy of the progress! GO CF!!

BS - 245 vs. 235 225 225 225 205 250 and 185

SP - 120 vs. 115 115 105 115 105 70 and 65

DL - 275 vs. 245 245 245 225 245 185 and 175

BS 225 (down to wall ball)

SP 130

DL 315

BS = 420lbs.

SP = 160lbs.

DL = 500lbs.

Total: 1080

SP = 135

BS = 235

DL = 295

665

recovering from left pec

worked to 295lb back squat, butt to recycle box (PR)

12/20/11:

Press 135, Squat 255 onto med ball, PAC.

No DL, still nursing low back.

After Xfit total, 3 rds: 800m run, 1000m row. Ran at 10mph pace on treadmill (6' mile), row just under 2' pace.

Mar' 11:

135, 255, 345. Pretty weak performance, not sure if its Valium for upper back, overnight fast, or what. Squats were very deep, w/ spot. Just DL'd 375 2 weeks ago, couldn't even get 365 off the ground.

January '11:

SP: 145

BS: 275, deep squat

DL: 365

51/m/190

S 295/DL 405/SP 145

m/38/5'9/182

CFWU-3. Reg except no HSPU 3rd. Superman. Burgener. Row 500m.

BS: 225X5 High bar WU, 315 low bar WU.

370 PR! Good depth! Good job getting hips back.

SP: 170-PR! Bar at clavicle. No lower.

DL: 410-PR! Form not great, but got it!

Ttl: 950

Off day from eating plan the day before probably really helped.

12/19/11: 365,165,405=935

8/29/11:360,155,400=915

5/13/11: 355,155,400=910

10/16/10: 345,165,385=895

7/24/10: 355,155,385=895

5/8/10: 355,160,375=890

2/23/10: 355,160,395=910

12/12/09: 355,160,395=910

11/4: 355,155,385=895

10/13: 345,155,365=865

9/9: 350,155,365=865

6/29: 350,150,385=885

See 6/29 for further history

34/M/190

as rx'd except didn't have time to do the DL

BS - 335

Press - 160 (PR)

"CrossFit Total"

Back squat: 325

Shoulder Press: 155

Deadlift: 415

Total: 895 (PR)

766lb 05.04.12 (-11)

BS 125k/276lb (+11) PR

SP 72.5k (-)

DL 150k/330 (-22) carrying back inj.

777lb 23.01.12 - SP 72.5k, BS 120k, DL 160k

748lb 30.09.11 - SP 70k, BS 110k, DL 160k

705lb 13.05.11 - SP 65k, BS 105k, DL 150k

660lb 16.01.11 - SP 60k, BS 100k, DL 140k

608lb 16.10.10 - SP 61.5k, BS 85k, DL 130k

Total 1240

BS 450

SP 225

DL 565

Squat 755

Press 135 **rotator still fubar**

Deadlift 725

Haven't been able to do this except in a meet so I am pretty happy.

M/170/70

DL 150kg

SP 70kg

BS 140kg

SQ: 285 (pr)

SP: 130 (awful)

DL: 335 (WTF?!?)

Total: 750

1-rep max shoulder press: 135 (PR:140)