Sep 21, 2011

092211 THURSDAY

Open gym

Warm up : 15 Turkish getups each side (see video)


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Then for time:

Run 5 miles


20 comments:

Noah said...

The loop depicted on the map is 2.5 miles so you can either run the route twice, double back or find you own route of equivalent distance.

If not familiar with Google Maps Pedometer it is a good tool to determine any distance on planet earth that Google has imagery for.

james said...

http://map.crossfit.com/crossfit-affiliates.html handy for us military types

Rich said...

see if this link works: I plotted this 5 miles out to the airfield and back around

http://www.google.com/maps?msid=201140879985629566837.0004ad7f0b5328729579e&msa=0&ll=39.357716,-94.923801&spn=0.002841,0.005681&t=h&z=18&vpsrc=6

scottnkelly9901 said...

IMCF Hohenfels:

In a weird twist of coincidence -

Battalion 5-mile run this AM (I won't post the time)

If it helps in plotting routes, there is also this website:
www.usatf.org

Rich said...

I only did about half the Turkish getups in interest of time. Ran the 2.5mile loop twice. Total time 27:56. Fairly happy.

james said...

15 TGU each side @55 I then scaled the 5 miler to a walk to the shower.

Erin Anderson said...

I hope my 5 mile time makes everyone feel good! 69 minutes. It is the furthest I've run in 12 years so I guess it's a starting point.

james said...

nice work Erin!!

Greg M said...

15 x Turkish Getups per side at 55lbs.

Then worked on Muscle Ups and Handstands.

Getting close to slaying the Muscle Up goat.

Thanks for the help James!!!

Greg M said...

Awesome Job Erin!!!

Greg M said...

Everyone:

Tomorrow is a Hero WOD as a Two Person Team. Come on out and get some.

Brief at 0545 and begin shortly after.

Rich said...

Great work Erin!! Way to stick with it.

Kay said...

Great job Erin! I know I wouldn't have made the full 5-miles if I hadn't worked up to it.

43 minutes for me, thanks to great running partners Fast Eddie, Diesel, and The Beer Man. I definitely slowed you guys down, so thanks for not getting mad at me; I appreciated the pacing and encouragement!

Mac said...

Drastically underestimated my run distance - 4 miles in 31 min. For the first time, though, (after 9-10 months of working on it) I think I'm getting a handle on pose running. Felt strong and fast the entire run, and my calves aren't hurting.

On a separate note - why would someone wear all black, in the dark, with no reflective belt, wearing headphones while running in the road? If that was you, what are you thinking?

Mac said...

Also, mapmyrun.com is a good site for measuring run distance. If only I had used it before I ran...

Amber said...

Great job Erin! James....not so much on the run :). Although my run was similar to yours...ran to get the phone when it rang today. Definitely need to get my butt kicked tomorrow! :)

Ed said...

Did the turkish getups @ 55 lbs. Did not time those.

5 miles in 37 minutes, not my best work by any stretch.

Sub-six minute miles Rich . . . nice work!

james said...

don't worry Amber tmw will meet your needs

Rich said...

Oh crap....my time earlier was entered in error....27mins...yeah right....it was 37 mins. Sorry for that.

Lance said...

Congrats to Erin! Also, don't know if I just have a great case of ESP or maybe ESPN, but I did a CF Endurance workout Tuesday afternoon using the same route. 15 min for distance...was about 100m short of the bubble when my 15 min was up. Those last two hills that seemed to turn into one long one put a hurtin on me. Reminds me of running up Diamondhead on the Kahala side in Hawaii.

So I slept in.