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September 25, 2020

Workout of the Day

2007
For time:

1,000-meter row
Then, 5 rounds of:
25 pull-ups
7 push jerks

♀ 85 lb. ♂ 135 lb.

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The Butterfly Pull-Up

One of CrossFit's standards of fitness is based on the hopper model, which implies fitness requires an ability to perform well at any task randomly drawn from a hopper. The first event of the first CrossFit Games followed this model. Exercises were drawn from a real hopper to create a workout consisting of a 1,000-m row buy-in followed by a 5-round couplet of pull-ups and heavy — for the day — push jerks. Brett Marshall proved the effectiveness of his butterfly-style kipping pull-up, winning the event with a time of 13:07. When the event was repeated at the 2013 Games, the progress of the sport was dramatically displayed, with nearly every athlete besting the winning times from 2007.

WatchGames History: 2007 Hopper Event

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