September 6th, 2010

9 AM and 10 AM Classes

Deadlift 1-10-1-20-1-30 reps

Post total load (add up all six barbell loads) to comments.

Compare to here and here.

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10 Responses

  1. 345 – 265 – 345 – 225 – 315 – 185

  2. 205-185 (only did 8), 205 (f), 146, 185, 100 = 821, I guess.

    I think my last score was 685.

  3. 425-325-425-245-415-205 == 2040

    John and I agreed that gravity felt stronger today. Neither one of us would’ve done 425 based on motivation but made a math mistake and did 425 when we thought we were doing 405.
    I blame La Nina, creating bigger tide and thus more local mass and thus more gravity.

  4. The total score I posted on the white board at the gym was way off. Catastrophic math error somehow. Sorry!!! Math is really, really hard when there is no blood in your brain after a WOD.

    425-335-425-245-405-195 = 2030

    compared to the last time (Jan. 2010)
    395-315-405-225-425-185 = 1940

    Shawn is right. I PR’d and got 425 for a single because I thought we only working with 405. I thought the 55 lb. plates were 45’s.

  5. Congrats to Kandi who PR’d by 30 lbs on her new one rep max for deadlift, 235 lbs!

    • That was so awesome! She lifted the 205 with us like it was nothing!

      • Thanks! I finally found something that I am not last at! 🙂 Everyone at the gym is so supportive, fun and not to mention “crazy” strong. I’m inspired by someone new everytime I go. It sure beats the lonely workouts in our garage!

  6. Wow! nice work everyone. Kandi, that is a crazy PR! CFS power!!
    JV

  7. thanks John, I think you’re right!

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