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⠀ WOD 180424  ОТИС Морской пехотинец, Кристофер «Отис» Райбли, 40 лет, из Северного Хантингтона, Пенсильвания, был убит повстанцами во процессе атаки на Лагерь Бастион, Афганистан 14 Сентября, 2012 года. Райбли стал морпехом в 1995, служил в Ираке и Афганистане, был командующим офицером 211 эскадрильи морской пехоты Юма, Аризона. ⠀ Райбли занимался кроссфитом со своей женой Donnella и дочерью Catherine. Его любимыми упражнениями были становая тяга, присед, жимы штанги лежа и стоя над головой.  Райбли живет в сердцах своей жены, Доннеллы; дочерей Катерины и Эллисон, и сына, Браина.  Выполнить как можно больше раундов за 15 минут:  1 - присед со штангой на спине 1 - жим штанги стоя 1 - становая тяга  2 - присед со штангой на спине 2 - жим штанги стоя 2 - становая тяга  3 - присед со штангой на спине 3 - жим штанги стоя 3 - становая тяга  Присед и становая выполняется с 1½ своего веса Жим стоя с ¾ своего веса  Пишите количество завершенных раундов в комментариях  Масштабирование Для каждого движения подберите вес достаточно тяжелый, но с которым вы можете выполнить 3-4 повторения. По мере увеличения усталости разбивайте
On my #18point4, that bar of 60kg felt like 100kg. It hard for me to get that bar off for 1 rep. Really happy with this even I can't totally finish 90kg yet 💕🏋️ . . . 1 REP MAX DEADLIFT : 50kg → 60 kg → 70 kg → 80 kg →90 kg (half way) to be continued💪  #crossfittetuka #tetukafemales
I’ve been a tired blob and haven’t worked out since Friday so here’s a boomerang of 18.4 aka the first time I ever did 95lb deadlifts in a WOD and before I spent a weekend in Baltimore consuming my weight in donuts, pizza, and wine 😅 back to normal programming and clean eating tomorrow 🤞🏼
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When “Diane” is your favourite workout and you just want redemption from 18.4.... new pb (5.20)🤩 next time I’ll do it properly 🤪😅🤸‍♀️ #diane #18point4 #deadlift #handstandpushups @bullitt_fit_gear @fortify_gear @crossfitorigin_mayfield @themethodnow
#repost @crossfit_dd (@get_repost) ・・・ we're upside down today and work on those #hspu 🙌 so here's some #tb to #18point4 😉  #crossfitopen2018 #crossfit #reebok #reebokgermany #intheopen2018 #nano #motivation #fitness #strength #power #flexibility #dresden #sploosh  Box: @crossfit_dd Foto: @laura.doering  Judge: @hannes_cfdd
we're upside down today and work on those #hspu 🙌 so here's some #tb to #18point4 😉
🤙 😊 #extremeexercise . Fitness tips & inspiration ➡ @extremeexercise . . #repost @cf_girlz ・・・ Gymnastics Our use of the term “gymnastics” not only includes the traditional competitive sport that we’ve seen on TV but all activities like climbing, yoga, calisthenics, and dance where the aim is body control. It is within this realm of activities that we can develop extraordinary strength (especially upper body and trunk), flexibility, coordination, balance, agility, and accuracy. In fact, the traditional gymnast has no peer in terms of development of these skills.  CrossFit uses short parallel bars, mats, still rings, pull-up and dip bars, and a climbing rope to implement our gymnastics training. (See CrossFit Journal, September 2002, “The Garage Gym” for recommended equipment and vendors.) The starting place for gymnastic competency lies with the well-known calisthenic movements: pull-ups, push-ups, dips, and rope climb. These movements need to form the core of your upper body strength work. Set goals for achieving benchmarks like 20, 25, and 30 pull-ups; 50, 75, and 100 push-ups; 20, 30, 40, and 50 dips; 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 consecutive trips up the rope without any use of the feet or legs.  At fifteen pull-ups and dips each it is time to start working regularly on a “muscle-up.” The muscle-up is moving from a hanging position below the rings to a supported position, arms extended, above the rings. It is a combination movement containing both a pull-up and a dip. Far from a contrivance the muscle-up is hugely functional. With a muscle-up you’ll be able to surmount any object on which you can get a finger hold – if you can touch it you can get up on it. The value here for survival, police, fire fighter, and military use is impossible to overstate. We will in future issues be covering the details of this great movement. The key to developing the muscle-up is pull-ups and dips.  Источник: crossfit journal Перевод:
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#repost @cf_girlz ・・・ Gymnastics Our use of the term “gymnastics” not only includes the traditional competitive sport that we’ve seen on TV but all activities like climbing, yoga, calisthenics, and dance where the aim is body control. It is within this realm of activities that we can develop extraordinary strength (especially upper body and trunk), flexibility, coordination, balance, agility, and accuracy. In fact, the traditional gymnast has no peer in terms of development of these skills.  CrossFit uses short parallel bars, mats, still rings, pull-up and dip bars, and a climbing rope to implement our gymnastics training. (See CrossFit Journal, September 2002, “The Garage Gym” for recommended equipment and vendors.) The starting place for gymnastic competency lies with the well-known calisthenic movements: pull-ups, push-ups, dips, and rope climb. These movements need to form the core of your upper body strength work. Set goals for achieving benchmarks like 20, 25, and 30 pull-ups; 50, 75, and 100 push-ups; 20, 30, 40, and 50 dips; 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 consecutive trips up the rope without any use of the feet or legs.  At fifteen pull-ups and dips each it is time to start working regularly on a “muscle-up.” The muscle-up is moving from a hanging position below the rings to a supported position, arms extended, above the rings. It is a combination movement containing both a pull-up and a dip. Far from a contrivance the muscle-up is hugely functional. With a muscle-up you’ll be able to surmount any object on which you can get a finger hold – if you can touch it you can get up on it. The value here for survival, police, fire fighter, and military use is impossible to overstate. We will in future issues be covering the details of this great movement. The key to developing the muscle-up is pull-ups and dips.  Источник: crossfit journal Перевод: paladincenter  #cf_girlz #ktbell_статьи #crossfit #кроссфит #wod #tabata
It’s the Will not the Skill🤸🏾‍♂️ #handstandpushups #tbt #18point4 #crossfitopen #crossfitgames #crossfit #skill #make_every_day_count

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