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  • February 27, 2015

    The 2015 Open is here!  Workout 15.1 and an additional workout 15.1a were announced last night. As usual CrossFit has not disappointed.  If you are interesting in participating, it is not too late to register.

    To find out what you need to know about competing in the Open with CrossFit Davis.  Read the following post.

    What You Need To Know About Participating In The 2015 Open at CrossFit Davis



    Spend some extra time mobilizing the shoulders and hips for todays workout.


    With a clock set for 28 Minutes

    5 Cycles 0f the following

    2 Minutes of
    5 Double Dumbbell Hang Squat Clean 45/30lbs
    5 Ring Push-Ups

    2 Minutes of
    Rowing for Calories

    2 Minutes of

    Workout notes: The workout today is five repeats of two AMRAPS.  Spend two minutes performing as many reps as possible of the Cleans and Push-ups and then record as many calories as possible on the rower. Rest and repeat that sequence four more times.  Your score will be the total number of reps you complete.   This a long workout so plan on performing sustainable work for  the duration of the workout and approach this workout like you would a Tabata interval.   Take some time figuring out how to best scale the push-ups if you are not able to perform a set of ring push-ups.  Most folks will need to break them up eventually but if performing one is max effort from the get go you may want to perform standard push-ups or push-ups from the knees.

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