Wednesday 05.13.20

Ben

Snatch Complex
2 Snatch Pulls + 1 Power Snatch

Isabel
For Time:
30 Snatches (135/95)

Post heaviest load of complex and time to comments.

Question of the Day:
Which movie star would you choose to play the role of you in an upcoming blockbuster?

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Monday 05.11.20

Whitney

AirDrop
For Time:
30 Dumbbell Hang Clean & Jerks (50s/35s)
30 Box Jump Overs (24/20)
200 Meter Run
20 Dumbbell Hang Clean & Jerks (50s/35s)
20 Box Jump Overs (24/20)
400 Meter Run
10 Dumbbell Hang Clean & Jerks (50s/35s)
10 Box Jump Overs (24/20)
800 Meter Run

Post time to comments.

Question of the Day:
What is the dumbest way you’ve been injured?

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Sunday 05.10.20

Brandon

Midnight Heist
10 Rounds:
100′ Sandbag Carry (160/100)
250 Meter Row

Post time to comments.

Question of the Day:
Would you rather be permanently transported 200 years into the future or 200 years into the past?

CV Bulletin:
Today is Open Gym! The gym is open and coaches will be on the floor from 8-11am to assist you in any way possible. In the history of Clinch Valley CrossFit, we’ve NEVER had a Sunday Open Gym in which someone did not achieve their first Bar Muscle-up! Today only marks our second Sunday of having this Open Gym but hey — numbers are numbers! C’mon and get a good workout.

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Saturday 05.09.20

Rob

Murder Hornet
Teams of 2,
AMRAP 25:
3-6-9-12-15-etc…
Hand Release Push-ups
AbMat Sit-ups
Hang Power Cleans (95/65)

Partners Use Separate Barbells and Switch After Full Rounds.

Post Partner & Rounds Completed to Comments.

Question of the Day:
If animals could talk, which would be the nicest and which would be the rudest?

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Friday 05.08.20

Amanda

Black Widow
On the 4:00 x 5 Rounds:
14/10 Calorie Row
14 Dumbbell  Snatches (50/35)
4 Bar Muscle-ups

Post slowest round’s time to comments.

Question of the Day:
Which tv show needs to make a comeback?

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Wednesday 05.06.20

Judy

Thruster
Build to a Heavy Set of 3

Black Gold
AMRAP 14:
44 Double Unders
14 Chest to Bar Pull-ups
4 Thrusters (135/95)

Post rounds completed to comments.

Question of the Day:
If one song had to play over a loudspeaker as you enter every room for the rest of your life, which song would it be?

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Tuesday 05.05.20

Ryan

Pump ‘N Dump
AMRAP 9:
12 Wall Balls (20/14)
12 Kettlebell Swings (53/35)

Rest 3:00

AMRAP 9:
12 Weighted Sit-ups (20/14)
12 Kettlebell Snatches (53/35)

Post rounds completed on both workouts to comments.

Question of the Day:
If you were an action figure, what would be the one accessory that comes inside your packaging?

CV Bulletin:

A question often asked when pursuing a life of health & fitness is “How much water should I be drinking?”

Read Waterlogged: The Serious Problem of Overhydration in Endurance Sports, by Dr. Timothy Noakes.

From the publisher:

“Drink as much as you can, even before you feel thirsty.” That’s been the mantra to athletes and coaches for the past three decades, and bottled water and sports drinks have flourished into billion-dollar industries in the same short time. The problem is that an overhydrated athlete is at a performance disadvantage and at risk of exercise-associated hyponatremia (EAH) — a potentially fatal condition.

Dr. Tim Noakes takes you inside the science of athlete hydration for a fascinating look at the human body’s need for water and how it uses the liquids it ingests. He also chronicles the shaky research that reported findings contrary to results in nearly all of Noakes’ extensive and since-confirmed studies.

In Waterlogged, Noakes sets the record straight, exposing the myths surrounding dehydration and presenting up-to-date hydration guidelines for endurance sport and prolonged training activities. Enough with oversold sports drinks and obsessing over water consumption before, during, and after every workout, he says. Time for the facts — and the prevention of any more needless fatalities.

For further reading, consider:

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Monday 05.04.20

Deputy U.S. Marshal Josie Wells

Josie
For Time, Wearing a 20-lb. Vest:
Run 1 Mile
Then, 3 Rounds:
30 Burpees
4 Power Cleans (155/105)
6 Front Squats (155/105)
Then, Run 1 Mile

Deputy U.S. Marshal Josie Wells, 27, of Harleston, Mississippi, was killed in the line of duty on March 10, 2015. Wells began his career with the Marshals Service in January 2011 and was assigned to the Southern District of Mississippi in September 2014.

He enjoyed training CrossFit with his friends and colleagues, especially when the workouts involved running or power cleans.

He is survived by his wife, Channing, and son, Josie Jr.

Post time completed to comments.

Question of the Day:
What is the first restaurant you plan to revisit?

CV Bulletin:
Our team believes that coupling a diet of “real food” and training 4-6 days per week will change your life for the better. Coming together as a family, getting shredded, and being void of chronic disease is ultimately we’re after at Clinch Valley CrossFit. We believe one way that we can accomplish this is to hold ourselves accountable with gym attendance. Therefore, we’re building an attendance board by the garage door. Each class that you attend will earn a mark under the “Days Attended” beside your name. The yellow, vertical line separates classes 19 and 20. An amazing objective to set for yourself to be on the right side of the yellow line at the end of each month. 4-6 days per week is one step closer to guaranteeing results!

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