Pays to be a Winner

If you want to be the first into the agility hurdles, or to get a particular pull-up bar during a workout you need to be the first one done with your box jumps.  It’s sectional season for the CrossFit Games, so we’re taking the structure from the Midwestern Sectionals Air Force workout for tomorrow.  The longer the workout takes the more burpees you’re going to do.  It pays to be a winner, and that has never been more true than in tomorrow’s workout.020810-8229

February 17th, 2010

Skill: Kipping pull-ups

Strength: Split Jerk 1-1-1-1-1-1-1


20 clapping push-ups

20 jumping squats

20 kettlebell swings

20 kettlebell sumo deadlift high pulls

20 kettlebell front squats

Begin with 4 burpees.  Every minute on the minute do 4 burpees, as you progress through the other movements.

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5 thoughts on “Pays to be a Winner”

  1. Really fun (and challenging) workout today . . . and a few new things to work towards (clapping push ups, larger pood KB, 5 – 6 min time the next time we do this).

    It’s funny but I’ve really come to love the split jerk and push press . . . it’s actually quite remarkable how you can use momentum and proper form to move some pretty impressive weight.

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