## November 27, 2012

### Tuesday 121127

"CrossFit Total"

Back squat, 1 rep

Shoulder Press, 1 rep

Deadlift, 1 rep

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Koh Rong Samloen, Cambodia.

"A Competitor's Zone Prescription" with Matt Chan, CrossFit Journal video

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Posted by Pukie at November 27, 2012 5:00 PM

Squat (full depth) 500 (PR)

Strict Press 265

Deadlift 600

Total: 1365

Wow ALX that's some press.

Squat 350

Press 185

Deadlift 450

38y M 5'10 180

Squat 415

Press 195

Deadlift 505

20yo 6'5" 215lbs

WOW! Those are some massive weights ALX! I won't be getting anywhere near that. Last time I did this, I was at:

225 squat

125 press

295 deadlift

I don't have any plans to do this tomorrow, but I thought I'd share.

Unfortunately, for Jim especially, we did not know we were doing this video until Thursday and had pulled heavy on Wednesday night so the guys were a little fried. Here is a video of Jim pulling 675 from September:

http://youtu.be/6pECFQe2-PY

Damn yall are on another level. I won't have anywhere near those #.

Good weights, but when posting a video of a workout it's helpful to show squats that are actually to depth. All those squats would have been red lighted at a meet.

17 year old 135lbs

Squat 185

Press 100

Deadlift 265

Squat (full depth) 315

Shoulder press 185

Deadlift 405

905 = meh

So what type of weight could be lifted without the belts and proper form..... I thought the idea of crossfit was to be competent in many disciplines not to become power lifters. Are wrist wraps and compression shirts going to come next? Smelling salts before lifts?

Hey confused relax please. Not trying to be standoffish but look at any recent crossfit competition. Most athletes were wearing some form of lifting shoe, belt, wrap, knee band etc. crossfit likes to call itself the sport of fitness, and those are pieces of equipment. Pieces that would be welcome at most oly and power meets, even in raw divisions.

Many athletes can push beyond current performance with accessories, and many seem to do so. These items are a big part of rogue and again fasters business.

What should we wod in? Flip flops and loin cloths?

In theory if we're being super functional, we should just pick up rocks and do pull-ups on trees...?

That's the beauty of CF, Confused - always mixing it up. Everyone should attack it at their own level. Power lifters can strap up, belt up, salt up, and go massive poundage. Au natural lifters can go lighter loads and still get a great workout. There's a place for everyone. GS (get some!).

I can pretty much tell you the results of this WOD before even doing it:

BS: Naked Bar

SP: Naked Bar

DL: Naked Bar (okay, maybe +10)

m/22/5'5"/160 lbs

bs: 320

sp: 200

dl: 400

not doing this wod after what i did yesterday, 2 hours of weight circuits followed by 5 hours of cardio at the skatepark, this is just whats happened over the last week or so. I hope these are good numbers for my weight.

m/24/190

BS: 320 PR

SP: 150

DL: 360 PR

Crossfit total - 830

m/44/5'10"/154

bs: 177

sp: 116.5

dl: 254

CFT: 547.5, first attempt

Wow ...Matt's explaining about food intake ... beginning to be a fan of him ... great job there !

So many people should be doin this change in eating habits ... not especiality for trained people but for everyone .... so many weighted people could be helping themselves with it ...

great job ....

Dennis

BS 260

PR 137

DDLFT 330

TOTAL 727

I do anti human trafficking work in Cambodia... I LOVE the pic! We need some boxes in Phnom Penh... One for the expats and rich locals and one for CF Kids, for all the street kids!

Squat - 375

Press - 225

Deadlift - 505

WHile I think the squat depth was iffy for all of the lifters in the WOD demo, Jim was probably the only guy who should have been messing around with those kinds of weights. The other guys still need to hash out their form with some lighter weights before showboating jut to get a total.

M/45/5'9"/167#

245/135/275

Imagine what this will look like in six . :)

Squat - 515

Strict Press - 235

Deadlift - 625

Total - 1,375#, 70# PR total since April 12.

For anyone interested:

Increase your total number super fast with Jim Wendler 5/3/1 program. It only takes a few minutes and they have a free app for your phone. I literally went up on all my lifts so fast. Just some food for thought.

Question: I always seem to pinch nerves along my back. is there anyone who has any advice of how to correct/prevent this? would genetics have anything to do with it? want to get it checked out but military medicine really doesnt dig that deep unless problems arent from "personal" training. and i havent had good exp with mil. med.

22 yo 190lbs

worked a lot of form today. a little disappointed, but having better form is always the way to go.

squat:335

press:155

dead: 365

285# Back Squat(295 last)

160# Shoulder Press(155 last)

370# deadlift(365 last)

815# total = to last

#29, i also started the wendler program a couple months ago, I've had unbelievable results since starting, def worth a try for anyone wanting to increase lifts

M/42/185/72"

BS 245

SP 135

DL 370

First time doing this wod.

Regarding depth on squats: We did not know we would be shooting this video until Thursday and had pulled heavy on Wednesday of that week. Pulling 5's at 605, 515, 515, 475 really smoked the guys. They wanted to get close to their 1 RM for the squat despite that. This also contributed to the deads being well under their 1RM.

I posted the results to #OccupyStrength Mid Atlantic where Jim won the Heavyweight, Matt won Middle, Alvaro won Light and Mike was 3rd in Middle at Powelifting meet standards.

Thanks for the posts, just wanted to explain the situation.

Video of Jim pulling 675 in Septemper (wfs)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pECFQe2-PY&feature=youtube_gdata_player

OccupyStrength Mid Atlantic Results (wfs)

http://www.crossfitfootball.com/page/index.php?menu=blog&page=blog&hide&id=45225

Steve

any advice for a good warm up prior to 1rep maxing lifts?

Good workout this morning! Working on building my strength..

33 yr old female 125lb

170# Back Squat

100# Shoulder Press

145# Deadlift

I see that everyone can deadlift more weight than they can back squat..I know that I have form issues when I deadlift..any thoughts? I feel like when I lift too heavy on a deadlift I hurt my lower back..any ideas are appreciated!!

Squat - 340

Press - 175 PR

Deadllift - 365

Total - 880.

#30

Hey bro I'm in the military, you gotta just lie and make up a bs story about how you hurt yourself at work or training. Or find a cool doc who's about crossfit. Sad but true!

255 - Squat (275 F)

155 - Press (165 F)

365 - Deadlift (385 F)

Total - 775 (All PR's - total PR by 235)

219/6'/31m

Bs 285

Shoulder press 135

Deadlift 385

Total 795

Can anyone give me some insight into foam rollers and pvc pipe rolling. I coach high school soccer and would like to incorporate this in our routine. Is it a warm-up activity? Cool down? Pre-game? Or should we just do it when we are working on mobility? Thanks for your help.

M/21yr/5'10/180

Squat: 365

Shoulder Press: 205

Dead lift: 500

Total 1070

It's was fun

The squats were suspect with regards to depth, definitely not USAPL standard but maybe would have passed in other feds. But, this was the first total video in a long time where they actually did legit deadlifts. Strong work, well done.

Please people, stop commenting on the use of belts. You are just showing your ignorance with regards to lifting. Also, when doing max effort your form should not break down. Look at any olympic lifter or high level powerlifter, their third attempts look like their warmups. Magnusson's 1015 deadlift looks like his warmup. You may grind a bit, but your form should not be compromised.

@Realistic - Post 12

Now I want to get a WOD where we just throw some rocks around and do pullups on trees!

M/24/6'/160

BS: 155

SP: 115

DL: 235

Total: 505

M/64/5'8"/15

Started CrossFit 10/26/12

BS: 155 (PR)

SP: 95 (PR) Fail on 100

DL: 225 (PR)

Total: 475

Looking forward to needing more plates to max out on DL

M/26/5'10"/190#

BS: 345

SP: 155

DL: 425

Total: 925

f/36/4'11/150

BS: 170

SP:65

DL: 100

TOTAL: 335

1st day on program.

Nice to see some progression, last time i did CF total was 05.15.2012. then i scored

Squat: 375

Shoulder press: 165

deadlift: 485

Today i scored

Squat: 485

shoulderpress: 200 (pushpress 265)

deadlift: 530

F/27/5'5"/121

Squat - 165

Press - 85

Deadlift - 195

Total - 445# (25# PR)

M/27/6'0/185

BS- 290

SP- 155

DL- 365

Total- 810 PR

Did a couple of weeks ago got 745, did today in globo gym, not a ton of time so worked up to 1 rep max in 7 mins then moved on to next,

255 bs

140 press

305 dl

700 total, felt great, form solid

M/41yr/5'2/155

squat: 405

front press: 185, failed on 205

deadlift: 335

BS: 385

SP: 155

DL: 405...945

M/19/160lbs

BackSquat-545

ShoulderPress-215

DeadLift-455

Total-1,215(PR)

#41 "Nice to see some progression"

You increased your squat by 110lbs, press by 35lbs and deadlift 45lbs in seven months, that is more than "some". It's almost downright unbelievable. How did you increase so much in such a short period of time?

BS:235 PR

Press:130 PR

Deadlift: 275

Total: 640

39 YO Male

Pretty Weak after looking at some of these posts....

Doing low bar squats can make it difficult to go to depth without getting a serious butt wink...which always gives me a pinch in my lower back for about a week.

I'd rather sacrifice the last few inches than my back, thank you.

33m/5'4/165

Squat - 330 x 5 full depth (ran out of weight) PR

Press - 210 PR

Dead lift - 315 (needs work)

Total - 855

F/25/120/5'4"

BS:145lbs

Press:70lbs

Deadlift: 135lbs

Subbed a CrossFit864, Clinton, SC WOD:

"Gunny"

5 rft of:

800 m. run

25 burpees

25 ab mat sit-ups

33:41

Back squat 255# PR

Shoulder press 135# PR (could've got 140)

Deadlift 355# PR

Total. 735

Weak compared to most numbers but I'm happy with it

m/18/185/5'11"

Squat-365 PR

Press-157.5 PR

Dead lift-375

Back squat 255# PR

Shoulder press 135# PR (could've got 140)

Deadlift 355# PR

Total. 735

Weak compared to most numbers but I'm happy with it

From Matt Chan's video- 4 wods/day, 25 blocks equating to roughly 2275 calories?

How can this be enough? Help me out here...

M/40/179cm/82kg

Back squat 150kg/330lbs

Press 85kg/187lbs

Dead lift 170kg/374lbs

Total 405kg/892lbs

BS: 170

SP: 130

DL: 305

Total 605

Love the Picture and I love those rings.... Tyler Haas has rings :-)

Have Fun, Train Hard,

Billy

Quick question in regards to Matt Chan briefly mentioning a lack of cycling in creatine use can cause kidney damage.

I always heard/read that creatine was safe to use nonstop since we can also get it from food (ie steak). Has the scientific research on this changed recently?

Thanks in advance!

245 BS (one of my weak points, getting better though)

155 SP

315 DL (I only have 315 Lbs of weights, It felt pretty good, so I think I may have been able to do more)

Total:715

BS 175

SP 115

DL 275

Total 565

M/19/5'11''/160

Back Squat: 165

Shoulder Press: 115

Dead Lift 275

Total: 555

First Attempt

:D

M/19/160lbs

BackSquat-545

ShoulderPress-215

DeadLift-455

Total-1,215(PR)

M/25/6'0/200lbs

I'm doing this wod tomorrow… predicting around 1000lbs… maybe 350 squat…185 press and 400 deadlift… I'll play around with those numbers

Have fun lads!

44/m/176cm/73kg

BS 120f, 122f, 120f (wu 110) kg

SP 60-65f-65f kg

DL 150-160-162f kg

Total: 330 kg (invalid, including my BS wu rep)

(last time: BS: 120kg, SP: 65kg, DL: 160kg, total: 345 kg)

Gambled to high and failed on all three BS attempts. My last CFT was in december 2011 and such are the results. I need to do this more often. Good stimulus anyway.

BS 365

SP 205

DL 405

Total 975

PR on all

m/24/198/5'11"

28/male/168cm/73kg

back squat 120kg -264lbs

shoulder press 80kg-176lbs

deadlift 160 kg-352lbs

totals 360kg-792lbs

all PB'd

S: 405

P: 185

DL: 425

Total: 1,015

Male

32y/o

6'3"

245lbs

BS: 120kg

PR: 70kg

DL: 140kg

total: 330kg

Male

18 years old

5'7

170lbs

Squat: 385

Shoulder Press: 185

Deadlift: 405

Male

17yrs

5'10"

175lbs

Squat- 285lbs

Press- 135lbs

Deadlift- 355lbs

Total- 775lbs

absolutely terrible today:

295-135-365 (795 Total)

bs 180 kgs

sp 85 kgs

dl 205kgs

tied my PR, pumpin some nice iron feels good anyway.

m/27/164 lbs

bs: 235 (pr)

sp: 125 lbs

dl: 305 lbs (pr)

Total: 660

Back squat : 48.5kg(107#) no power rack

Shoulder press : 38.5#(85#)

Deadlift : 83.5kg(184#)

Total : 376(#)

Long way to go

BS: 290

SP: 135

DL: 305

Total: 730lb

M/52/190lb

I'll take it for an old man!

My back hurts just watching that WOD demo. My god people is chronic back pain for the rest of your life worth the elusive "Crossfit Total". I'd rather save my back and stick to weights I can handle.

Are the WODs alone enough to become fit or are people doing workouts in addition to the WODs? It just seems like I have a lot left to give after these workouts. I wish we had an affiliate here to learn things, but not that lucky.

M/43/5'8"/173

130 (PR +5lbs)

275 (-5lbs)

315 (PR +5lbs)

720lbs total 416% bodyweight

m/32/5'8"/160

Squat - 180

Press - 110

Deadlift - 240

Total - 530

Man, compared to most of these posts I feel incredibly weak. Before CrossFit I never did powerlifting-type workouts, and maybe that's why. It's sort of discouraging.

I've been CFing for about 10 months in my garage and just got my Level 1 Certification recently. I'm generally pretty fit (surfer, swimmer) and was one of the few people at my cert that was able to do a strict muscle-up (out of everyone who tried, at least). I usually do Brand X "Pack" scaling, and normally stick to these main site workouts. I've been progressing, but it's slow (never done the CF total before but in July my BS 1RM was 165 and Press 1RM was 100).

Any tips on gaining strength? Based on what I read here and what I see on places like the Basic Strength Standards chart, I feel like I'm pretty low on the totem pole for my level of fitness/age/height/etc.

Long time since I've posted and coming off a wrist injury.

Squat: #330

Press: #185

Deadlift: #385 (PR)

THX AGAIN HQ!!

WOW, intense WOD demo. Some of those weights were ridiculous (read: absolutely amazing).

f/15/5'2"/147#

Last time I did this (Oct. 10 2012):

BS: 175#

SP: 75#

DL: 175#

Total: 425

Today:

BS: 205# (PR)

SP: 85# (PR)

DL: 215# (PR)

Total: 505# YAAAAAYYY!!!!!!!!!!!! *does happy dance*

That's right, Mr. Idiot Treadmill Guy At The YMCA Who Feels The Need To Say "Let Me Help You With That Barbell, It Might Be A Bit Heavy For You." I'm a short, feminine, 15 year old girl who can deadlift 215. Deal with it. (Sorry, had to get that off my chest.)

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: CrossFit, I freaking love you.

@ Robin, #80:

Under FAQ they have a chart with different rankings of the CrossFit Total based on body weight.

M / 36 / 6'00 / 195

Squat: 400 PR

Press: 200 PR

Dead: 445 PR

Total: 1045 PR by 40 pounds

M/34/66"/186

Squat: 305 PR

Press: 150

Deadlift: 355 PR

M/31/190/72

BS- 335(felt like I could do 10-20# more but alone at home with no spot)

SP- 185

DL- 400 (all the weight I have in my garage)

CFT- 920

Good day.

BS: 305

Press: 135

DL: 345

Total: 785 (15#'s off pr)

37/M 5'10" 185lbs

350 BS

135 Press (still recovering from shoulder surgery)

400 DL

M 29/5'8"/175

BS: 390

Press: 245

DL: 370

CFT: 1005

@ home, no spotter (and no straps, belts, or compression shirt. LOL)

BS: 102kg

SP: 57kg

DL: 127kg

Total: 286kg

I can't believe how many haters there are on here. So what if these guys butts weren't exactly parallel. Would any of you even know if there weren't words written above. These guys busted out some big weights. Also, every single one of them placed at the CF Football #occupystrength competition in Baltimore. Three of them first place and one got overall as well. However, I guess the standards there must've been crap... Offer up some constructive criticism, don't just pick things apart. Because I am sure, everyone who said something negative, never ever came up a little short on a lift, or never ever dealt with form vs intensity in a WOD. I am sure every rep is spot on...

M/25/94kg/183cm

BS: 295, 315 F

SP: 175, 185 F

DL: 295. 315 F

Total: 765#

I made an effort to make sure to start going super deep on the squats. I used to think I squat a lot, like almost 500 pounds, but then I realized wasnt going deep enough.

Squat: 290

OHP: 116

DL: 315

M/17/6f3in/175lbs

I could really use help on my OHP, the sports I do really require that, if anyone has any tips:)

bs: 250

sp: 165

dl: 335

750 total

Running Cindy, details there.

M/45/209/5'7"

BS 350

SP 140

DL 300

Total 790

Back squat - 385

Shoulder Press - 205

Deadlift - 345 (PR)

Total - 935

My first crossfit total, plan on breaking a 1000 my next go around!!!

Couldnt even do this wod, the gym was too packed, ppl in the sqyat rack and barbell area, now this makes me wanna get a memebership at the local crossfit box

Gonna do this tomorrow. previous PRs: BS 365, SP 175, DL 425. Hoping for over 1000 total tomorrow!

M/23/170

BS: 330 PR

SP: 135

DL: 385 PR

#what'swrongwithmyshoulders?

Bs 275

Sp 145

Dl 225

Bench press 195

M/28/5'7/160

BS: 255

SP: 145

DL: 315

Total= 715...I'll take it! This is my first attempt at this so I can't wait to compare 6 months down the road!!!

m/41/6'4"/230

Last time:

Squat: 300

Press: 170

DL: 325

Total: 795

Today:

Squat: 330

Press: 170

DL: 335

Total: 835

squat 265

press 145

deadlift 385

M/20/163/5'11''

Squat: 250

SP: 125

Deadlift: 330

Total=705

Disappointed in my shoulder press and rough form on the deadlift, but my goal was to break 700 and glad to say I did it

M/29/140

Mileston, first time I could use the compare link!

Squat: 264# (120kg) 5kg under PR

Press: 110# (50kg) 5kg under PR

Deadlift: 352# (160kg) PR by 10kg

CFT: 726# (330kg)

Same total as last time, different make up...

F/31/5'6"/158

BS: 200# (PR)

SP: 125# (PR)

DL: 225# (PR)

CF Total: 550!

Third month doing CF. Felt awesome tonight. Making huge improvements everyday!

tough night tonight

my nephew and I did the wod and then an hour and a half later did chelsea.

me - m/40/6'/187

BS - 295

SP - 135

DL - 350 We had to rush, I prolly coulda got 360, but I jumped to 375 and failed.

Total - 780 lbs

nephew - m/25/5'10"/168

BS - 245

SP - 125

DL - 315 His first time doing maxes in these, so I am sure he'll progress quickly.

Total - 685 lbs.

When we did Chelsea, it says every minute on the minute for 30 minutes, so we did 31 rounds... at time = 0 min all the way to the last round at time = 30 min. Were we just supposed to do 30 rounds???

#60 - This sounds like it is from old knowledge.

creatinine is the byproduct of taking alot of creatine, it is also a marker for doctors that you have kidney problems, so when people started taking alot of creatine they thought that it was causing kidney damage. it turned out that it wasn't, rather it was just the doctors seeing that marker and assuming. Creatine is created in the body (although this shuts down when you take supplements), and is found in meats (esp fish). I would say that you want to make sure you are intaking enough water so that it helps your kidneys, but other than being dehydrated there is nothing dangerous about taking creatine. Creatine has been one of the most studied supplements over the last 20 years and is found not dangerous. That being said, doing some kind of cycling might not be a bad idea, just so that your body can start producing it again...

Fun pic. Squeezed in CFT as gym was closing

195-105-335 (pr repeat) = 635

3.9.11 = 540

5.13.11 = 560

6.1.12 = 630

Knees out of sorts over weekend, so stopped at 195 on squat. Press needs work. Kid DL'd 115, a pr for her I think.

what is the fascination with doing both squat and deadlift, I know that there is a certain love of tradition, but these two excercises work essentially the same muscles - quads and lower back. I know that there are certain stabilization muscles that get affected differently and small muscles that come into play different (like the grips), but none of this is reason enough to do both - especially in light of other excercises that would give a better judge of overall strength. The only major muscle group that is the exception would be the hamstrings that get much more work in the squat do to how deep it goes.

This could be rectified by doing an elevated deadlift where you elevate the feet so you are in a deep hole to start. This would satisfy all the major muscle groups in the two lifts - quads, lower back, and hamstrings. I know some people will say what about this muscle or that muscle, but there are no other primary major muscle groups that are not shared by the two lifts (it is after all the same basic motion).

For an overall strength test worthy of the title "crossfit total", I would think something like - elevated deadlift, shoulder press, bench press, and weighted pullup (or pulldown) - would be better, as it would be a great overall test...

just my 3 cents...

Wow there are so many monsters....

Back Squat - 58 kg (128 lbs)

Shoulder Press - 38 kg (84 lbs)

Deadlift - 130 kg (287 lbs)

Total - 226 kg (498 lbs)

Second week weightlifting, so I felt pretty good about these numbers. It also helps me to see I should focus more on the back squat and shoulder press, because my deadlift is way ahead of them.

M48/6'/185#

Back squat 85kg (187lbs)

Shoulder press 65kg (143lbs)

Deadlift 110kg (242lbs)should have gone a bit more but hamstrings shouted out "dont be stupid"

Total = 572lbs

Mickey Ross

Back squat 110kg (242lbs0

Shoulder press 65kg (143lbs)

Deadlift 120kg (264lbs)

Total = 649lbs

M/35/5'9"/158#

Squat 255 lbs

Press 155 lbs

Deadlift 335 lbs

Total 745 lbs.

345 Squat

175 Shoulder Press

385 Deadlift

905 Total

405 squat

205 shoulder press

405 deadlift

1015 total

Squat 345 pr

Press 165

Dead lift 415

Total 925 pr by 20 lbs.

And someone once tried to tell me Crossfit don't make you stronger. 5'6" 187# 38 yrs old

39/M/155

Back Squat 285

Press 155

DL 315

CF Total 755

Kelley BS 175*

SP 100*

DL 200* total 475 (last time 385!)

Rod BS 205

SP 145*

DL 285* total 635

Cale BS 225*

SP 115

DL 365* total 705

*PR

squat 275lb., hernia area bothered me so I stopped here. press 175 lb. , left shoulder bothered me a little, but this was my max. Deadlift 385 lb., no problem with hernia area, tried 405 and failed. Total 835.

37/m/174

325 bs

145 sp

395 dl

865

285 squat

140 should press

295 deadlift

720 total

m/27/6'2"/195

205 squat (PR)

155 press (PR)

235 dl

CFT: 595

Day 212 (performed on 121128-Rest Day)

M/45/6'0"/190

BS - 375 (+10# PR)

SP - 165 (+10# PR)

DL - 355 (+10# PR)

Total = 895

Made a 10# per left improvement over 120829; 30# total. Would have loved to have cracked 900# total, but I'll save that goal for the next CF Total.

Got busy and forgot to post last night

1st time ever doing this w/o

Back squat 205

Dead lift 225

Shoulder press 115

CrossFit total: 545

F/39/135

BS 265

SP 165

DL 355

Total 785 (10 lbs below PR)

Tried low bar back squats today using the cues from the video -- really liked it. I've been doing high bar squats for 35 years, so it was a big deal for me to get out of my rut. Felt really solid and good; will definitely continue to work on low bar technique. Thanks to Steve Reggio for his good advice.

F/31/5'6"/158

BS: 200# (PR)

SP: 125# (PR)

DL: 225# (PR)

CF Total: 550!

Third month doing CF. Felt awesome tonight. Making huge improvements everyday!

BS: 245

SP: 155

DL: 345

T: 745

M 38/5'7"/130

BS: 235

SP: 110

DL: 315

T: 660

not a very good day. previous PR BS 355, SP N/A, DL 415.

today:

BS 335

SP 165

DL 425

total 925

m/6'1"/220#/43 yo

405 squat (PR)

205 shoulder press (PR)

415 deadlift (PR)

1025 total (PR)

34/F/5'8"/140ish

BSquat: 185 (PR)

Press: 95 (PR)

DL: 225 (PR)

So excited to PR everything when I wasn't expecting to PR anything. Yay me!

Today : 327.5kgs

Last Time : 315kgs

Time before that : 310kgs

Squat:120kg

SP: 62.5kg

DL: 145kg

m.32.69.170;

680 down from 735;

admittedly been spending more time in the treestand than in the gym lately...lift to live!

BS 275 down from 295;

SP 155 down from 165;

DL 250 down from 275;

M/35/6'3"/200

255?! WTH? (PR-55)

155 (PR-10)

355 (PR-20)

765 - That's what eating and training poorly do to you.

Prev:

795

785

820 (PR)

795

805

795

This was my first time doing CrossFit Total - I actually did it today 28-NOV-2012 after a kickboxing class.

Female, 40 years old, do I have to post my weight?! It's a little high post-Thanksgiving and leftovers :)

Back Squat 175

Shoulder Press 75

Deadlift 195

I'll try it again in a few months!

Grace

I have access to a gym only Monday, Wednesday, and Friday do I did CF Total today.

Squat- 300 lbs

Press- 140 lbs

Deadlift- 295 lbs

M/17/5'11"/162

51/mM/180

DL

295

SP

125

SQ

275

Total

695

1st one in 4 years dropped from 785

Need to find 90 lbs

36/M/67"/168

Squat 335

Shoulder press 185

Bench 315

Deadlift 365

not happy with my deadlift of 110kg so tried again and did 122.5kg much better!

M/25/6'0/200

365 squat

185 strict press

425 deadlift

Total 975

All PR's… Loved it!!

Strong Work!! There are so many critics on here that are negative nancy's!! Encouragement would be nice or like the comment above constructive criticism. This is looks like a strength bias gym but when your going for a max rep form is not always going to be correct all the time. KEEP UP THE STRONG WORK LORTON!

Strong Work!! There are so many critics on here that are negative nancy's!! Encouragement would be nice or like the comment above constructive criticism. This is looks like a strength bias gym but when your going for a max rep form is not always going to be correct all the time. KEEP UP THE STRONG WORK LORTON!

BS- 315

Shoulder Press- 165

Deadlift- 385

Total- 865

dead 315

press 165

squat 225 (both my hips are hurting - I think I may have injured them, so depth has become a major problem)

DL 365

P-155

S-225

Total-745

Did not go for max today, but started to hone in where my form starts to break down.

Deadlift 455

Back squat 405

Shoulder press 205

BS: 135, 165, 185, 195, 200 (+5)

SP: 95, 115, 120, 122.5 (+2.5)

DL: 135, 185, 235, 285, 300 (+5)

m/53/159

bs=278

p=146

dl=289

total=713

#161 Bobby- Thanks for the support, we were crushed from the week and all were below previous PRs.

#142 Bill- Google So You Think You Can Squat from EliteFTS. Great tips for squatting. Thanks appreciate it and happy to something I said helped you out!

Creatine: If you read any of Kiefer's work, Carb Backloading, he recommends steadily dosing up to 50 grams a day and feels it is safe to remain on that dosage for an extended period of time. I have been dosing at 30-50 grams since the summer and have had no issues at all

Back squat 315

Press 175

Dead lift 405

Total 895

M/35/5'10"/195

Hoooah Army Crossfit!!

Just getting back into the swing of things. I've lost a lot of strength, and I don't like it.

Squat 315

Press 165

DL 345

Total 825

M/33/170

BS 245

SP 135

DL 275

M/28/85k/180cm

Squat 308

Press 154

DL 352

814 PR

M/168/5'7"/32

Squat: 285

Shoulder Press: 160

Deadlift: 325

total: 770lbs.

Very poor showing

DL 415 PR

SP 155

didn't do squat for lack of a rack

Have to work out smart, took a rest day achy joints (did the CFW). Almost 8 months post op TKA, knee feels great and my progress is good.

M/55/6’/205

F/153/5'8"/27

Press: 78#

Squat: 158#

Deadlift: 275#

Total: 511

Got a new PR for my deadlift! Need to work on my squat.

Squat: 242

Press: 132

Deadlift: 330

Total: 704

M/5'11/35/185

Bs 330

no spot stopped there

Sp 170 185 failed

Dl 410 out weight

910! Big gain!!! Especially happy given age and recent injuries

squat 235

push press 165

deadlift 250

=650 pr'd all

BS - 175# (+30 PR)

SP - 90#

DL - 255# (+10 PR)

CFT - 520#

BS - 315

SP - 155

DL - 355 (365F)

825

Squat: 185, 6 Reps

Shoulder Press: 185, almost push press

Deadlift: 185, 16 reps.

M/29/73"/210#

Back Squat - 300

Shoulder Press - 185

Deadlift - 365

Total - 850

BS 235 pr

SP 110

DL 305 pr

CFT 650

M / 44 / 192 cm / 85 kg

BS: 105 kg (230 lb)

SP: 45 kg (100 lb)

DL: 140 kg (310 lb)

TOTAL: 290 kg (640 lb)

M/22/5'11"/182

350

180

405

935

left a lot on the rack with this. been playing catch up and exams for law school starting tomorrow. well below on all pr's

615 vs. 655 640 595 585 575 565 555 460 and 425 prior 8 times.

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

SP - 115 vs. 130 120 115 115 105 115 105 70 and 65

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

M/19/6'02"/160

Set 3 PR's...and it's exam week!

Squat - 185

Press - 85

Dead - 197.27 (combo of lbs and kg's)

Total - 467.27

Only been doing crossfit for a month, loving it.

16/M/5'10"/165

Bs #325

Sp # 155

Dl # 345

=825

Squat - 550

Press - 265

Dead - 570

Total = 1385

Age 21, height 6ft 1, weight 195

Been doing power lifting, gymnastics, free running and golf for years, just found this as my uni hosted london throwdown, I did wod 1 I got 5,700 which i thoguht wasnt good so I didnt continue then found out that was in the top 20 dammit, this sport is awesome it combines everything, shame over here in the UK I don't have a crossfit gym within 200 miles of me.

I'll learn somehow

BS - 365

SP - 165

DL - 405 (PR)

M/36/69"/200

M/25/5'9"/147

Squat 275

Deadlift 300

Press 125

= 700

m/39/5'9/175

CFWU-2. Superman. DU.

225X5 HB WU

(2) 315X2 LB WU

365 - on set 2. Didn't try 3rd. Good depth. Almost dumped it, but kept pushing. Decided to stop there. Good job rotating feet out.

170-On 2nd. Barely kept it moving, but thankfully was able to. Good job w/knees back to engage posterior chain. Bar on palm just below knuckles.

410-Unfortunately, real ugly. Decided to stop there - on 2nd set. Totally lost big chest. not on heels, esp right foot

945 ttl

8/29/12: 360,165,410=935

5/31/12:BS: 370 - Form pretty bad. Not much confidence on rep. Depth suspect. Cantilevered over feet really bad. Came way up on toes. Pushed since I didn't have a spotter,SP-165,DL-405 Ttl: 940

2/19/12: 370-PR,170-PR,410-PR 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

m/34/5'8"/180lb

BS - 325lb PR!

SP - 165lb matched PR (failed at 170)

DL - 385lb matched PR (failed at 395)

Snatch 155#

C&J 195#

Shoulder Press 140#

Weighted CTB PU 72.5#

Total 562.5# (PR by 22.5#)

Went hiking instead. Climbed Mt. Grays. 14,270 ft. 3,000 ft of climbing.

Squat 450

DL 505

Press 225

Squat 305

Press 125

DL 355

Total 785

M/24/6'3/185

m/21/185/6'

Dead Lift: 425

Press: 220

Back Squat: 425

Total: 1070

766lb 10.06.13 (+15) PB match

BS 115k/254lb (-)

SP 72.5k/160lb (+6) (75k fail)

DL 160k/353lb (+9)

750lb 12.03.13 - BS 115k, SP 70k, DL 155k

738lb 21.08.12 - BS 115k, SP 70k, DL 150k

766lb 05.04.12 - BS 125k, SP 72.5k, DL 150k

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

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

road bike to/from work instead

1-rep max shoulder press: 140

(hit 140 twice this time)