CrossFit Journal Year 2 Week 5

Please scroll to the end of this post to see some amazing climbing pics of my best bud back home!!!

So! My workouts from the week prior goes a little something like this:

The short:

Sunday — rest
Monday — CrossFit

Tuesday — nada
Wednesday — CrossFit
Thursday — zilch
Friday — CrossFit
Saturday — Nada

The long:


year 2, week 5, day one

3×5 weighted pull ups
WOD: Cindy!! (one of my fav’s)
AMRAP 20 mins
5 pull ups
10 push ups
15 squats
What I completed:
I was 13 squats short of 10 rounds. :)


year 2, week 5, day two

Ring Dips

100 DU’s (or 200 single skips)
30 V Sits
50 Box Jumps on a 20″ box
50 supermans
100 DU’s (or 200 single skips)
70 situps

 What I completed:
I ended up doing the 200 single skips each time. I felt as if I was cheating, but some day I’ll get more than 5 double under’s in a row.
My time for the WOD was 13:44


year 2, week 5, day three

EMOM (Every Minute On The Minute)
3 power cleans at 75% (I used 75lbs!!!)


15 unbroken KB swings
20 unbroken hollow rocks
Rest 30 seconds

What I completed:
I used 12kg and I completed 8 full rounds. I was 10 hollow rocks short of 9 rounds though. Shoot.



I didn’t go climbing this week. I don’t really know why. Maybe prepping myself to go all out for thirty days coming up? (technically speaking, 28 more days…)

trev dyno

Either way, I have this SICK ass picture of my best friend climbing back home. Two pictures. Isnt’ the photographer the best? Chris Boyd is the photographer’s name. The pic was posted on my buddies FB wall so I stole it for the blog to show you all. Nice hey?

trev boulder

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  1. Love the climbing pics! Christine, give it a go – indoor and outdoor climbing are very different, and there’s different types anyway. I’d recommend going indoors first anyway, because at least the fear of exposure (don’t underestimate weather and cliff faces!) won’t get to you while you’re learning. :)
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  2. @Christine: It’s not necessarily the same as outdoor bouldering or climbing. Indoors you know exactly when & where your next hold is. Outdoors you’re feeling around for different holds with your hands. No specific way of going up the route. I’ve volunteered at climbing birthday parties since I could belay (1996!!!) and I know for a fact that 99% of the kids love it. Try it out, no harm!
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