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Workout of the Day

Fitness
Complete the following in teams of two—
5 rounds:
800m run — each partner runs 400m
15 ball slams
25 DB push presses
35 air squats
*Switch as necessary on bodyweight piece.
Training notes:
-Partners cannot start working on bodyweight stuff until both are back from the run.
-Fraction ball slams/DB push presses/air squats anyhow amongst partners
-Attempt to switch often enough to keep cycle time fast on all exercises.

Performance
Complete the following in teams of two—
5 rounds:
800m run — each partner runs 400m
15 toes-to-bar
25 push-ups, hand-release
35 air squats
*Switch as necessary on bodyweight piece.
Training notes:
-Partners cannot start working on bodyweight stuff until both are back from the run.
-Fraction toes-to-bar/push-ups/air squats anyhow amongst partners
-Thighs stay off the ground on hand-release push-ups.
-Attempt to switch often enough to keep cycle time fast on all exercises.

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SqUaD gOaLs BabY 😎🤙 If they managed to sweat like this in April – I’m looking forward to seeing what August looks like 😂 ・・・ SUNDAY MORNING HERO WOD: “Artie” (Team) Thirty minute AMRAP, alternating: 5 pull-ups (scaled jumping pull-ups), 10 push-ups & 15 air squats, followed by 5 pull-ups & 10 thrusters (65#). Shout out to my partner Laura, who somehow managed to make the thrusters look easier every round. What better way to start off the week than sweating with your crew? #crossfit #crossfitter #crossfitfamily #fitfam #crossfitcommunity #community #thrusters #pushup #pullup #squats #vegan #vegancrossfit #plantbased #fitness #fitdad #fitover45 #over45andfit #oldmanstrength #health #wellness #sundayfunday #herowod #military #hero #merica

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