8/15/2011

''M.E. Back Squat'' (08.15.2011)

Warm-up Drills (08.15.2011)
Run 800m
''Burgener Drill'' (3Rnds/PVC)
9 Fundamentals x 5 reps each (45lbs/30lbs)
-Sumo Squats
-Shoulder Dislocates
-Scorpion Stretch
-Calf/Soleus Stretch

''M.E. Back Squat'' (08.15.2011)
Warm-up with the percentage based sets/reps listed below (using your most recent 1-Rep maximum data to determine loads) before working up to a heavy single or new 1RM personal record.

5 x 40% (warm-up)
3 x 50% (warm-up)
3 x 60% (warm-up)

Back Squat 1-1-1-1-1

Notes:1-Rep Maximum/Percentage Calculator

''CrossFit Games Masters Chipper'' (08.15.2011)
For time
10 x Handstand Push-ups
20 x Wallball (20/14lbs)
30 x Toes-to-bar
40 x Power cleans (135lbs)
50 x Burpees
60 x Sumo Deadlift High-Pull (75lbs)

Post age/times to comments.

Mobility WOD

CrossFit Endurance Rest Day (08.15.2011)

11 comments:

Justin said...

275 max

Crossfit Games McAvliffe Chipper. 24:14

Kim said...

Back Squat 135
CFG McAvliffe Chipper 24:50

Joshua said...

M.E. Back Squat:
305

CrossFit Games Masters Chipper:
21:22

Mint said...

Max back squat 240 then I got sniped

Master games chipper 13:59

Peter said...

ME Back Squat:
195 (PR by 10#)

CFG McAuliffe Chipper:
First time HSPU's with no bands.....thank you, Dan.
Power Cleans 105; rest as Rx'd
Palindromic time of 24:42

Peter said...

Samy,

Any reason you omitted the last line from "If"?

"And - which is more - you'll be a Man, my son!"

Waldo said...

285 PR
18:57

sdaghir@gmail.com said...

Peter, the truth is actually I must have missed that line when I found the poem floating around the internet somewhere.
However, your question is actually a great potential flash point for some thoughts/opinions on what that last sentence adds, if anything, or detracts from the overall message.
I actually like the poem better with the final line omitted... Reading the words apart from the rest of the literature allows the mind to digest what they really were meant to convey, as a part of the whole piece and on their own.
My inner devil's advocate can defend three reasons why I feel the sentence doesn't jive.
Seems strange that I can only come up with one argument that justifies inclusion.
What's that? Share them?
Only if others contribute first! Muahaha. Nothing like some analytical thinking with a chance for societal/moral stereotypes on this lovely Tuesday morning.
I will repost this comment in todays post in case others want to join this text based melee.

Anonymous said...

ME Back Squat 295
Crossfit Games Master Chipper Mod
106 lb kettbell sumo deadlift 8" off ground for 135# Power cleans
60 24" box jumps in place of SDHP's

17:16

Jay

Peter said...

Ssmy,

Firstly omitting the last line annoyed my sensibilities and altered the poetic style by omitting the last line of the last stanza, not to mention that it changed the author's point. Kipling wrote this, like his other works, (The Just So Stories, and The Jungle Boo) primarily for children, in some part due to his own dreadful childhhood of mistreatment and foster homes, and perhaps his own children dying young - his son in WWII.
Leaving it out leaves the work incomplete, like saying "If you do/don't do that". Waiting for the other shoe to drop, so to speak.
I think the point of the last line is more than the seemingly obvious, he, or anyone educating his own child. It really speaks to us all that if a person can actually achieve the lofty goals enumerated in the work, then that person becomes a person of immense character, of moral fiber, of good judgment, wise and dependable, and someone to look up to and be respected. They are notable objectives for anyone, the attainment of which produces a valuable member of society. God knows, we could use a few of these today. I believe the last line is critical. It is the point of the whole exercise.

lewis.robertdavid@gmail.com said...

ME Back Squat

315

10lb PR

-Bert