Achievements

Apr 16th, 2013

Category: CrossFit

Achievements

Attention to Detail

Attention to Detail

Achievements

In the past couple of months we have had some serious achievements so here they are. Don’t be afraid to congratulations those on the list, and don’t be shy to get yourself on the next one!

Deverna – 1st Bar Muscle Up
Joe Lask – 1st Bar Muscle Up
Mike Jones- 1st Bar Muscle Up + 365lb Deadlift PR
Chris Ivatts- 1st Ring Muscle Up
Rios- 1st Ring Muscle Up
Patrick- Max Height Box Jump = 50.5”
Kristin Koch- Max Height Box Jump = 43.5”
Jenny- 1st 15” Rope Climb in a WOD + 185lb Deadlift PR
Tiffany B – 1st Rx HSPU + 205×3 Deadlift PR
Dan R.- 225 C&J
Gabby 5 Dubs
Turch Unassisted Pull-up
Meg Sully Rope Climb
McGuire 315×2 High Bar Back Squat
Mooch Free standing HSPU
Ranjith First 1, then 2,3,4 C2B pull-ups

Deadlift PRs all over the place…
Shelby = 205 lbs            JR = 405 lbs
Sarah = 225 lbs              Arik = 455 lbs + OHS PR @ 215 lbs
Josh = 375 lbs                Hicks = 245lbs + 135×5 Front squat
Tim = 415 lbs                  Mike F = 405 lbs
Meg = 305 lbs                 Daniel = 345 lbs
Jascha = 400 lbs           Adam B = 325 lbs
Heather = 245 lbs         J-Pow = 235 lbs

J-Bo – 245 x 1 Back Squat + 255 lb Deadlift PR
Chris Wilson- 155 x 2 OHS PR + 300 x 3 Deadlift PR
Matt Auth- 1st pull up, hasn’t looked back since
Meghan Howard- 1st double under, gets them on the regular now
Pat Brien – lost 20 lbs, keeps crushing WODs
Jacqueline- 100 lb Clean PR
Siddhi – 1st double under while dropping into different box. CFS represent!
Pete- 1st double under, coming for max consecutive record
Gianna – 35 consecutive double unders + 235 lb Deadlift PR
Nicole Ramirez- 250 x 1 Back Squat
Sebastian- 3:05 , 800m sprint
Amy Cleary- 1st 8 C2B Pull Ups during Open WOD 13.5
Kendra K- Clean & Jerk PR @ 95 lbs in Open WOD 13.4
Smeg – bar mups with blue and red band
Maze – TV debut PR!

Burnt Toast OHS PRs for days…
Mullins- 235 lbs      Gambee- 185 lbs      Ribeiro- 205 lbs   Melberg – 285lbs
Mooch- 205 lbs      Kyra- 115 lbs              Kara- 100 lbs
Katie B- 115 lbs       Hyatt- 300 lbs           Cleary- 125 lbs
Dudley- 195 lbs      Mitch- 115 lbs            Wheeler- 145 lbs
Josh- 185 lbs           Calli- 130 lbs              Alden- 160 lbs

These are just a few of the many, please post to comments any recent achievements of your own or of your peers in the past month…

Also, we still have some spots open for the outdoor climbing clinic this weekend. If you would like to register for this free clinic, please click here.

Midline Skill
Hollow rocks
L-sit hold
Side-planks
Strict Toes to Bar

WOD
“Rankel”
20 minute AMRAP
6 Deadlifts (225,155)
7 Burpee pull-ups
10 Kettlebell swings, (2,1.5)
Run 200 meters

Level 2 (185,115), (1.5,1)
Level 1 (135,95), (1,.75)

U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant John Rankel, 23, of Speedway, Indiana, assigned to 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force, based out of Camp Pendleton, California, was killed on June 7, 2010, while supporting combat operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. He is survived by mother and stepfather Don and Trisha Stockhoff; father and stepmother, Kevin and Kim Rankel; and brothers Nathan Stockhoff and Tyler Rankel.

 

DISCUSSION 6 Comments

  1. James Saunders 04/17/2013 at 12:03 am

    awesome accomplishments all!!!
    Wod: 6+4 RX

  2. Schurko 04/16/2013 at 7:53 pm

    Congrats everyone!

  3. Jason 04/16/2013 at 3:38 pm

    5K PR on Sunday at the BAA 5k, ~90 seconds shaved. 21:34 The ironic part is that my old PR was about 3 years old and accomplished when I was actually running a lot, training for these runs. I haven’t run more than an 800 in the past year and a half. Results are good. Now I want a sub 20 minute 5k.

  4. nicole d 04/16/2013 at 3:16 pm

    Congrats to all! Keep killin’ it!!
    WOD: 4 + 23 + 100 m(ish) Rx, burpee jump-ups

  5. Wheeler 04/16/2013 at 2:40 pm

    Congratulations to all on alot of amazing accomplishments!

  6. JBo 04/16/2013 at 1:23 am

    Congrats to everyone on all of these awesome achievements. Keep on giving it your all and inspiring each other and I’ll promise to do the same! And that above listed 255 dead lift PR has now become a 265 dead lift PR…as of this past Thursday! : )