DT

In honor of USAF SSgt Timothy P. Davis, 28, who was killed on Feburary, 20 2009 supporting operations in OEF when his vehicle was struck by an IED. Timothy is survived by his wife Megan and one-year old son T.J.

 

Five rounds for time of:
155 pound Deadlift, 12 reps
155 pound Hang power clean, 9 reps
155 pound Push jerk, 6 reps

 

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7 thoughts on “DT”

  1. 10:47 @ 35kg. I’m smoked.

    In your honor, SSgt Davis.

    It’s that time already, registration for the B.A.A. Half Marathon is on Wednesday, 7/13 at 10am! Last year the race sold out in under two hours, so get on it. We had a great crew of runners from CFF and should continue the tradition. I am also using this space to call out Coach Stacey…sign up for it again and actually run it this year please 🙂

    http://www.baa.org/Races/Half-Marathon.aspx

  2. Whew! My arms are toast! A bunch of us planned to do this workout outside (where it was about 30 degrees cooler than in the box), but lightning gave a few of us some concern and we came inside. Big shout out to those who stayed outside, doing DT in the pouring rain and lightning. You guys looked TOUGH!

    9/17/10 – 8:43 @40kg
    7/8/11 – 13:04 @50kg

    Not excited about losing over 4 minutes, but I did do 10kg heavier.

    Thank you for your sacrifice SSgt. Davis.

  3. 12:47 @ 35 kg. Tried to keep up form on the cleans and judging by my lack of collar bone bruises today, I think I’m making progress? RIP SSgt Davis.

  4. Completing this workout today meant a lot to me personally. I started DT at the Beast of the East competition last October and never finished. Standing in front of an audience of my peers and friends for 12 long minutes, unable to progress, was a frustrating and humbling experience. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to come back and finish what I started, before parting ways with my CFF family.

    Thank you, SSgt Davis, for laying down your life for our freedom. Thank you for fighting so that we might have the opportunity to grow, to learn, to improve ourselves. Thank you for the inspiration to face challenges that are hard for us, and with perseverance, overcome them.

    Go easy, SSgt Davis.

    21:11 Rx

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