This is a 100% non-scientific test that I am simply really curious about. I have 2 questions…
1) How many of you are affiliate owners or coaches?
From the emails I see on the comments it seems that many of you have @crossfit_______.com addresses. If you’re owners, coaches, or programmers; how many of you are incorporating either The Outlaw Way WODs or are basing your templates off the Limited Conjugate? Literally, your answers really have no bearing on anything—I’m just really interested.
2) Why the fuck aren’t all of you posting?
Look, we know you’re out there. It’s ok—you don’t have to hide. For every person that’s posting, we’ve been told there are at least another 10 following the program. So why won’t you all just post? No one is going to laugh if your times suck. We have people posting now who are in their first week of CrossFit. They’re not afraid. And, if you are a superstar
athlete exerciser, we’re all gonna see your numbers when the Open hits anyway. You may as well pull down your pants, turn your head and cough while our hands are still warm (too much?).
First WOD demo from the Outlaw Baby program featuring Tucker Degenhardt:
1) 3 attempts to establish a 1RM Snatch – rest as needed.
2) 3 attempts to establish a 1RM Clean & Jerk – rest as needed.
Notes: Take as long as you’d like to warm up for these lifts, but limit yourself to ONLY 3 legit attempts. You may use any style of each lift, but try to stick to a near USAW standard.
“Event 5 – 2009 CF Games”
Three rounds for time of:
30 Wallball shots 20/14#
30 Low Hang Squat Snatch @ 75/45#
Notes: The Low Hang Squat Snatch initiates with barbell just below the knees. If the barbell is dropped it must be lifted to a full standing position before beginning the next rep.