Thursday 07.16.20


The Doors
On the 4:00 x 5 Rounds:
1 Round of “Dumbbell DT”
100 Meter Farmers Carry (50s/35s)
20 AbMat Sit-ups

1 Round of “Dumbbell DT”
12 Dumbbell Deadlifts
9 Dumbbell Hang Power Cleans
6 Dumbbell Push Jerks

Post slowest round to comments.

Question of the Day
If you could attend any outdoor concert, past or present artist, who would it be?

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This Post Has 15 Comments

  1. The Doors: 2:22 (35s)
    QoD: Simply because of the famous video of them in Buffalo 2004 in the pouring rain, I’m saying The Goo Goo Dolls

    1. The Doors
      2:33 10# dbs

  2. Coldplay & Snow Patrol are HARD 2nd and 3rd.

  3. The Doors: 2:57 (35s for two rounds…then down to 25s…grip went kaput)

    One of the biggest regrets of my life is sitting Bonnaroo out in 2009 after going for three straight years. The real kicker was Bruce Springsteen and the E. Street Band, headlining Saturday night. I may never get to see them live! Also missed Snoop Dogg, Erykah Badu, Band of Horses, Nine Inch Nails, Beastie Boys, and David Byrne that year. Such a shame!

  4. The Doors: 2:15 30#db.

  5. The Doors: 2:00 25#db

  6. My slowest time was 2:37 at the end though i sprinted as hard as i could on the 100 meter run to get my best time on the last round and i ended up getting 1:42 which ended up being my best time hard workout by the way. Idk what outdoor concert i would go to.

    1. Way to go Jack! You’re putting in some serious work buddy!

  7. The Doors: 2:13 (25#)

  8. 2:58- 20#db
    Imploded last round 🙁 Thanks Glo for the push!

  9. Friends, as one of only three active members who was alive when The Doors were still around, and as a guy that loves going to concerts, I think we are being a little romantic on this one. Outdoor concerts are way different than arena or club settings. Gould would really pick The Doors over the Beatles or Stones of that era? I don’t see The Doors as being a great outdoor concert?

    Of the great large venue outdoor concerts I have been to Buffett, Pink Floyd, U2, the Police, Garth, Neil Young and the Dead were awesome, Buffett concerts are a blast. Been to at least 20 all fun. Smaller outdoor venues like Chastain Park in Atlanta and the new Riverside Park in Nashville I saw Florence and the Machine, MC2, Paul Simon, Bare Naked Ladies all good.

    George Jones is my all time favorite artist but not an outdoor guy.

    I hate that I never saw Cash (coolest man who ever lived) or Elvis, had the chance to see both and blew it, and I really want to see Imagine Dragons outdoors, but if I could only pick one to see it has to be Jimmy B!

  10. 2:32 @ 35#
    QOD: I love this one! Led Zeppelin would definitely be the past concert. My Dad got me into to Jimmy Page and Robert Plant and I loved good guitarists so this band was awesome for me growing up. Any outdoor venue for LZ! Jimmy Hendrix and GNR would be a close second though! Sticking with the guitarist theme I would have loved to see Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds together and although I don’t think they made it there, those two in Red Rock Amphitheater would have been amazing!

    1. Dave Matthews outdoors is a GREAT concert. A lot like the Dead, it has an unscripted vibe to it. Led Zeppelin would have been a great show!

  11. WOD: 2:00 20# grip…shhhottttt!!
    QOD: that’s a really hard one for me bc I LOVE music and I LOVE love music. If I had to pick seeing anyone live it would be Johnny Cash or MJ!

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