100 Triathlons and counting…


Today is a huge day for my wife Kimberly. Today, she will race in her 100th career triathlon! She’s been racing triathlon for I believe something like 12 years (I may be wrong about that number). She took last year off to have our daughter Morgan, so I know she’s been looking forward to this season and accomplishing this goal. She’s been so dedicated to the sport of triathlon, she even takes jobs like swim coach and spin teacher just to keep training for her races. Her passion for this sport even leaked into me a bit while we were in Texas. She had me doing some of these races too! I have yet to do any since being in Georgia. This may have something to do with spending two summers overseas with my unit. So today, if you see the woman pictured below, give her a huge hug and high five as she just accomplished something amazing! Love you babe!

Kim Tri Photo
This photo made me want to date her. 


Here’s the training I did this week. Monday through Friday only, resting this weekend.

16 July 2018


2 Snatch – First 8 rounds at 135#, last 4 rounds at 155#.

For Time:

500m Row buy in, then:

2 Rounds-

15 OHS 115#

15 T2B

Time – 6:50

Bike Conditioning

10x 500m w/ 30 seconds rest between efforts

Total time- 12:15

17 July 2018


5×5 with my opposite grip


For Time-

500m Row

15 Strict Press 95#

10 C2B Pull-ups

500m Row

12 Strict Press

8 C2B

500m Row

9 Strict Press

6 C2B

Time – 10:51

3 Person Row Relay

6000m switching every 300m

Time – 26:05

18 July 2018


2 Clean and Jerk @ 185# *I did Power Clean, Push Jerk, Squat Clean, Push Jerk


30 DUs

15 KBS 53#

15 HR Pushups

Score – 5 + 17 reps


10 Calorie Air Bike

20 Abmat situps

19 July 2018

Back Squat

3 x 5

135-185-205 (All from floor)

In 3 Minutes: max effort bar facing burpees

Score – 34


500m Row

20 Alt. Dumbell Snatches 50#

Time – 17:21

20 July 2018

Strict Press

8 x 5



15 Wallballs 20# 10 ft

30 Calorie Air Bike

Time – 18:31

Row Conditioning

250m-500m-750m-1000m-750m-500m-250m w/90 seconds rest


My Greatest Pain


Today, July 15, 2018 where I currently am in the world, is my daughter Morgan’s first birthday. Her mother put together a celebration with friends full of fun, food and dinosaurs. I did not attend. It is the worst pain I have ever felt in my life. In my life I have broken both wrists (at the same time), had my front teeth knocked out by another person’s elbow and fallen down a hillside in Afghanistan. None of that pain even comes close to the feeling I felt today by having to watch the celebration via a FaceTime connection. As I was passed around the room talking to several people, the knot in my stomach grew tighter and tighter. I was missing a very amazing moment in my daughter’s life.

Now, being a Soldier in the Army was my choice. I volunteered. I knew this was a possible situation I would have to endure if I stayed in the Army. That does not make it easier. One thing being in the Army has helped me grow into is being a man who wants everything I do in life to be done well. That includes being a husband and father now. The downside to this, sometimes the Army needs to move me somewhere else in the world and not let my family come with me. I’ve been on a deployment away from my wife before. While that one was not easy, it was easier then because we were not parents yet. I knew my wife could take care of herself and was busy with triathlon races and traveling to help keep herself occupied while I was gone. This time though, we have Morgan, our greatest gift, who makes my separation tougher.

Each day when I get to talk to them via FaceTime I feel more and more guilty for being away. For not being there to help raise her, for not being able to give my wife the breaks she needs. For missing out on Daddy-Daughter time. I have to constantly remind myself that I am providing for them by doing this. I’m earning our comfortable home, our medical care, and the comforts we enjoy by being away on this deployment. Then I also tell myself that if I make a career of the Army, I’ll be done when Morgan is 10 years old. While that may require more separations over those next ten years, I’ll be able to be there for the teenage years when I have to scare away the boys who chase her and comfort her through her heartbreaks. I’ll be there for high school prom. I’ll be there for high school and college graduation. I’ll be there to walk her down the isle at her wedding. I’ll be there for so many more amazing moments in her life. While all of that will not take away the pain I feel by being gone now, I know that what I’m doing now will set our family up for a better future.

Happy Birthday Morgan! You are the greatest gift I have ever received. You are the most amazing little girl and bring me more happiness then you could ever know. I miss you dearly. Daddy loves you!


Training this week is a bit lower volume due to some work requirements. Here’s how it went:

9 July 2018

Snatch Work

95×3 – 115×2 – 135×2 – 155 – 160 – 165 – 170

Hang Snatch Work

135 – 135 – 135×2 – 135×2 – 135×2 – 135×2


7 Thrusters

7 Pull-ups

7 Burpees

Score – 6 Rounds

Row Conditioning 

10 x 250m resting 1 minute between each

:50 – :54 – :55 – :54 – :55 – :55 – :55 – :54 – :55 – :53

10 July 2018

For Time

1000m Air bike

40 Air Squats

30 Abmat Situps

20 Alt. Dumbell Snatch 50#

10 Handstand Pushups

1000m Air bike

Time – 9:55

Partner WOD

10 Rds each – You Go, I Go format

10 Pushups

10 KBS 53#

10 Alt. Lunges

Time – 16:37


7 Deadlifts 225#

21 Calorie Air Bike

Time – 10:41

11 July 2018


500m Row

7 Shoulder to Overhead 135#

Time – 13:54

18 Minute EMOM

10 Calorie Bike

6 Power Cleans 135#

25 Double Unders

14 July 2018

Front Squat 

10×95 – 8×135 – 6×185 – 4×205 – 2×225

Team of 3


75 Wallballs 20lb 10ft

1500m Row

75 Burpees

1500m Row

75 KBS 53#

1500m Row

75 Abmat Situps

1500m Row

Time – 58:30*

*One partner wanted a shorter row in round 2, so he went with 250m then 2 of 3 did not want to finish the last row so we stopped after the situps.

Row Time Trial

250m Max Effort

Time- 40.8 seconds

Why I Love CrossFit.


I’m going to start this by sharing some cute photos of my daughter Morgan on the 4th of July. This was her first Independence Day celebration. She spent some time at the local pool with Mom and neighborhood friends. Then she threw on some Red, White, and Blue and rode her rocket around the house until watching fireworks on television with Mom. She sure is growing into a little cutie, I cannot wait to be back home with her.


See, I told you she was cute! Now, on to the topic the title refers to.


I began to practice CrossFit back in August 2010. I started at a free, on post affiliate, Centurion CrossFit Fort Hood. I had some great coaches for my first 8 months of CrossFit. Don and Mel Clarkson, Jenn Kruse, and Tad Lefler were all instrumental in me learning and loving this new fitness program in my life. The programming was well thought out and made sense for an affiliate whose main purpose was to help people improve fitness and their quality of life. The classes were fun. Coaches knew their athletes and cared about their improvement in the gym as well as their overall health and wellness. They practiced what they preached, doing the same workouts as us in class and eating the way they thought we should eat for health. It was a fun place. I learned a lot and made friends I still maintain contact with today.

Fast forward to 2012 after I came back from Afghanistan. Centurion was still active on Fort Hood, though it had moved locations. I began taking classes again. Some new coaches and new athletes, but still fun. Some athletes pushed each other outside of class too. Spending extra time training together. I formed a couple new friendships. Then in 2013, I was given the chance to become one of the volunteer coaches when the affiliate moved to a new location. I took over coaching the 1730 (5:30 pm for non-military folks) class.

As a coach, I learned a lot about how the on-post, free of charge affiliate world worked. I learned that in that world, the coach is really why people keep coming back. You see, in the free CrossFit world, athletes have no financial investment in showing up to class, wanting to learn and improve and be an active part of the community. It’s up to the coach to build and maintain a community of people who want that. The coach needs to find a way to keep everyone motivated and encouraged when the results may not show up right away. I coached at Centurion for about 27 months before I moved to Georgia. I made some awesome friends while both an athlete and coach at Centurion. Heck, I even met my wife there, which believe it or not, happens often in the CrossFit community.

During my time in Texas, after finding CrossFit, I was fortunate enough to be able to travel to affiliates all over Central Texas. Whether for a competition, a certification, or just to meet new people and try out a new gym, I saw a lot of different gyms and met a lot of awesome people. One thing I found in Texas, no matter which gym I went to, every one of them was a welcoming place. Everyone of them was clean and neat in appearance. All of the employees were motivating, encouraging and just seemed to be great friends with each other. These gyms just radiated fitness, fun, and family. I honestly think I started my CrossFit journey in the best area I could have. I’ll forever have friends and connections in the fitness world because of my time in Texas exploring all the CrossFit affiliates I could.

In 2015 my wife and I moved to south Georgia and were stationed at Fort Stewart. We started going to one local affiliate in town because the on post affiliate left a poor impression on me when we tried it by coaching a foundational movement the wrong way. I did not get much time at this local affiliate because of having to go overseas with the Army, but my wife continued to go there when I was away. We did meet some great new friends, one we named our daughter after and two others we have as God-mothers for our daughter. Those three women, along with their families have been massive support for my wife while I was gone. However, while I was gone that time some drama found its way into the affiliate and the coaching there began to become worse and worse. My wife often told me of how she was shamed for not being able to do a workout with the prescribed movements or weights. Not to mention the volume this affiliate was asking people to do was meant for more elite level athletes, not what my wife and I wanted. My wife even ended up with injuries, and as I later found out, so did many others who left that affiliate for a new one in town that had opened just before I left for Germany that year.

When I came home from Germany in 2016, my wife and I moved affiliates. Our good friends we met at the first GA affiliate had already joined here and now we both felt like we were back in a family like group again. For about our first year there I was really enjoying myself again. I had a great group of people in my class. We hung out outside of the gym, we motivated each other and truly enjoyed spending time together. I thought for sure this was going to be the place I enjoyed spending my gym time while I was in GA.

Since I’ve been in Korea, some things have changed back home in GA. One coach left the affiliate and opened up his own gym. From what I see he’s doing well and has a solid group of athletes. I’ve heard a lot of chatter from people back home about more drama that has occurred since I’ve been gone. None of it leaves a good feeling in my stomach because it’s not what I think is good for CrossFit or for people looking to join CrossFit. It has left me in deep thought many nights about where I will train when I go back home. My wife and I have a decent garage gym setup, so I might just spend some time there until I can figure things out for myself.

Suffice to say that I’m hoping that the CrossFit world as a whole is more like what I encountered in Texas than what I have experienced in GA so far. From what I see on social media and learn from podcasts that focus on the CrossFit community, I believe as a whole the community is a fun, encouraging environment. I’d like to believe the overall majority of cities with multiple affiliates see those affiliates complementing and encouraging each other. After all, CrossFit was created to foster a community of like minded people who want to be healthier. That community does not have to be confined to the walls of your individual affiliate location. When you think about it, “Fran” is 21-15-9 of thrusters and pull-ups whether you do it in California or in Finland. Everyone has the same pain and burning fire breath after the workout. We as CrossFit athletes need to remember that. We should encourage all affiliates to grow and teach this program with intelligent programming and a passion for athlete growth, both in and out of the gym. We should encourage all new athletes to CrossFit to try all local gyms and find the one that fits their desires best. The only thing in common is the pursuit of fitness. Different coaches, different facilities, different programs, but one common goal. Let’s help make sure that CrossFit has a good reputation, everywhere we go. Let’s work to build one large, extended family where we all can come together and enjoy meeting new people and growing and nurturing the friendships we make. Like any family there will be disagreements, but if we do this right, family is still family and family always supports each other. If you ask me, that’s what this program was always meant to be. That is why I love CrossFit. It’s one big family, and I love my family.

Here’s this weeks training:

2 July 2018

Power Snatch x 2


Deadlift (I flipped my switch grip around for these) x 10


For Time:

1500m Row – every 2 minutes (including 0:00) do 6 burpee box jump overs at 24″

Time- 9:10

3 July 2018

Overhead Squat – Establish 1 heavy rep

95×3 – 135×3 – 185×1 – 215×1 – 235×1 – 255×1


7 Thrusters 95#

7 Toes to Bar

21 Double Unders

Score – 5 Rounds + 10 Reps

5 July 2018


4 Chest to Bar Pull-ups

8 Hand Release Pushups

12 Abmat Situps

* every 3 sets row 30 calories, round only counts after rowing

Score – 3 Rounds + 15 reps

Airbike Conditioning

100 Calories for time – 9:05

6 July 2018

Back Squat  x 6 (slow and controlled, no bounce)


For Time:

100 KB Clean & Jerks 53# (5R/5L) every 10 reps bike 500m

Time – 15:18

7 July 2018

Bench Press

135×10 – 135×10 – 155×8 – 155×8 – 185×6 – 185×6 – 205×4 – 205×4 – 225×2 – 245×2 – 255×2 – 265×2


1) 6 Hang Power Cleans 155#

2) 10 Calorie Row

3) 14 Air Squats

Airbike Conditioning

5k for time – 7:46

A Nagging Injury

Well, this week a long time nagging injury reared it’s ugly head again. For several years now I’ve been on a running profile with the Army. Way back in 2014 I began to feel deep pains in my feet every morning when I woke up and got out of bed. After about 3 months of trying different remedies, the doctors finally ordered a bone scan for me. It showed that I had stress fractures in a couple bones of my feet. Well, to make a long story short, after some failed attempts at rest and recovery I was given a permanent profile that prevents me from running a 2-mile event on my physical fitness test and basically allows me to only run when my feet feel good for as long as I can tolerate the pain produced, if any.

While I was finally glad to know why the pain in my feet was there, I dislike being on a profile. It’s a very limiting thing when it comes to career potential. I’m disqualified from many programs the Army offers for career progression or special schools. Not only that, but by not being able to run as much as I used to my weight has gone up a bit and is harder to stay lean. I’ve spent a lot of time on a rower and fan bike in the last couple years to get my higher intensity cardio in.

About two years ago I began to notice pain in my feet was gone after a day of jogging, so I began to test my body out a bit more frequently. Up until recently it’s held up and I’ve been running more often to try to get back into Army run time shape and pass a standard physical fitness test. It’s not that easy when running was never a strong suit and you’ve added about 30 pounds of muscle mass since your initial injury. Regardless, I was working at it. Over here in Korea though it seems I may have pushed a little bit too hard. Last week I began to notice a soreness in my left heel. It has only gotten worse this past week, culminating in a severe limp while walking after just a 4-mile ruck march this past Friday. So, I’m going to have to shut down the running work for a couple weeks and see if this pain goes away. Then I’ll have to be cautious about how often I run going forward to try to prevent it from acting up again. I have to keep the long term goal of being capable of running pain free in my sight during this short hiatus. You’ll notice in my training that I scale runs to either the air bike or rower, often trying to add more work than would have been done had I run during a workout. With some luck and smart training I’m hoping to be back to jogging/running in a couple of weeks.

Here’s the week’s work in the gym. It left me feeling pretty accomplished and thoroughly ready for a rest day today.


25 June 2018

Partner AMRAP 20

24 Alt. Dumbell Snatch 50#

500m Air Bike

Score- 10 Rounds + 24 Snatch and 285m

Partner Workout

Row 3000m – at 0, 1k, and 2k do each does:

15 Deadlifts 225#

30 Box Jumps 24″

Time- 21:12

26 June 2018

Barbell Complex – Hang Squat Clean, Squat Clean, and Push Jerk

95 – 95 – 135 – 155 – 185 – 205 – 225 – 245


3 Hang Squat Cleans 95#

3 Toes to bar

* Increase each by 3 every round

Score – 5 Rounds + 3 Cleans (through the round of 15)

Air Bike Conditioning

Every 4 minutes for 28 Minutes, 30 Calories for time

1:37 – 1:39 – 1:33 – 1:51 – 1:51 – 1:47 – 1:36

27 June 2018

Push Press x 3


Partner AMRAP 40 – Split Reps Equally

50 Burpees

500m Row

50 KBS 53#

500m Row

50 Pull-ups

500m Row

50 Pushups

500m Row

Score – 2 Rounds + Burpees and 393m Row

28 June 2018

Deadlift x 10


5 Rounds for Time:

12 Calorie Row

8 Burpee Box Jump Overs 24″

4 Deadlifts 315#

Time- 12:27

Partner Bike Conditioning

10K switch every 500m

Time- 14:27

29 June 2018


150m Row

10 Wallballs 20lb 10 ft

150m Row

10 Thrusters 95#

Score- 4+ 58m

7 Rounds for Time:

15 Calorie Bike

15 Abmat Situps

15 Calorie Row

Time – 20:38

30 June 2018

Bench Press/ Barbell Bent Over Row Superset

7 x 5 reps at 185#

“Helen” Takes a Ride

3 Rounds for Time:

750m Bike

21 KBS 53#

12 Pull-ups

Time- 9:40

Testing Week

So, this week at the gym I train at now, Humphrey’s CrossFit, it was 1-rep max testing week. For the past couple months they have followed the Wendler 5-3-1 program for 4 different lifts. They trained the back squat, front squat, deadlift, and strict press using Wendler.

Personally, I missed about 6 weeks of the work due to field exercises and other work requirements. Needless to say, I was not too worried about whether or not I established a higher weight lifted, and being as I’m getting older every year, I was confident a new personal record was not going to happen. I was okay with it. After all, about a year and a half ago I decided my goal with training was not to be the strongest but to focus on developing my weak areas, mainly my conditioning and bodyweight work.

Anyway, I’m happy with my numbers this week. I had a 24 hour duty cycle which may have hurt my back squat number and during my Army Physical Fitness test I somehow pinched some muscles and/or nerves in a shoulder blade which really effected my ability to hold a front rack during my front squat test. Regardless, here is the training from the week.

18 June 2018

Row Conditioning

Row maximum distance in 90 seconds, rest 45 seconds after each round.

370m – 385m – 386m – 387m – 400m

Deadlift – Work to a heavy 1 rep lift

135×3 – 225×3 – 315×3 – 365 – 405 – 435 – 455 – 475 – 505 – 525

For Time


Deadlift 185#

Bar Facing Burpee

Time- 6:50

Bike Conditioning 

5k for time – 8:34

20 June 2018

Back Squat – Work to a heavy 1 rep lift

135×5 – 185×5 – 225×3 – 275×2 – 315 – 345 – 365 – 385 – 405

For Time

25 Wallballs 20lb 10ft

20 Hang Power Cleans 95#

400m Run

15 Hang Power Cleans

400m Run

10 Hang Power Cleans

400m Run

25 Wallballs

Time – 11:28

21 June 2018 

Strict Press – Work to a heavy 1 rep lift

95×5 – 115×5 – 135×3 – 155 – 185 – 195 – 205

For Time

10 Handstand Push Up (HSPU)

2 Chest to Bar Pull-ups (C2B)


4 C2B


6 C2B


8 C2B


10 C2B

Time – 15:15

22 June 2018

Front Squat – Work to a heavy 1 rep lift

135×3 – 185×2 – 225 – 275 – 295 – 315

6 Rounds for Time with a partner (you go, I go style per movement)

6 Overhead Squats 95#

9 Calorie Row

12 Box Jumps 24″

15 Abmat Situps

Time – 20:07

23 June 2018 

4 Rounds for time

25 Calorie Row

10 Burpees

25 Calorie Row

20 Kettlebell Swings 53#

25 Calorie Row

40 Double Unders

Time – 36:53

Bike Conditioning – 1000m x5 with 3 minute rest

1:31 – 1:34 – 1:31 – 1:31 – 1:29


It was a solid training week. I posted some videos of my lifts on my IG account, follow me there if you want, @hulk_v2.0 I’m interested to see how things go going forward now that the Wendler cycle is over. As for tomorrow, I think a pool day is in order. Have a great week everyone!

Switching Platforms

So today I decided to switch my blog over to a WordPress hosted platform. Why? Well, I have a couple reasons.

First, I’ve used WordPress before, and one feature I really like is that I can link my posts directly to my other social media platforms. Once I finalize a post it will automatically post a link on those pages as well. I no longer have to share the link automatically.

Second, I am able to have my own domain name of my choosing with WordPress. As you can see with this page, I no longer have the long page name. I can have just my unique domain name for a really cheap yearly price.

Third, the options for growth are much more vast with WordPress. In the future, if I grow this large enough, WordPress has many other features I can add on for a small upgrade fee.

Lastly, the support network of people using WordPress platforms is huge! So many people use the platform and there is a robust network of people willing to help each other out with design help. It just feels like a better place to continue to develop what I hope to be a steady following of loyal readers and supporters.

Do you have a blogging platform preference? Let me know what you like to use and why?


Father’s Day Thoughts


First of all, Happy Father’s Day to all the dads who may read this. I hope you’re enjoying time with your child or children.

As some of you may know, on my first Father’s Day I am in South Korea as part of the Army’s rotational training unit. I’m not really going to talk about that aspect in this post, I’d rather keep a positive vibe today.

I will say this, becoming a father has no doubt changed my life for the better. Sure, it hurts to be away from my daughter, but having her in my life has brought so much more smiling and laughing. I get to see her on FaceTime almost every day. Those few moments are just awesome. I believe that she actually knows its me on the screen. We play peek-a-boo and monkey see monkey do over the phone while she eats her dinner. I’ve gotten to watch her take her first steps and turn that into walking laps around the house with a juice cup in hand. She has truly grown up so fast over these past 11 months. Even though I’m away for these moments, Kim keeps me up to date with the latest photos of this cute little red head. Some of my favorites from the last few months are below.

What? Doesn’t everyone where their Cheerios? 

A red ball for me and one for you too!

I’m hungry Mom! Let’s eat some lunch!

She’s a practical joker in the making. 

First time floating in the pool. 

Who knew swimming was so tiring?

If you think this is bad, you should see the other baby!

Morgan has been nothing short of an awesome baby. She brings us smiles, laughs, a few scares, but most of all, just great memories and fun. I love this kid with everything I have and cannot wait to spend all my off time with her when I get home. Country singer Lee Brice has a song out called “The Best Part of Me,” and I could not agree more with it. 

I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about my future lately. One thing being deployed with little work to do does is allow a lot of time for reflection and thinking. I find myself contemplating a path towards financial freedom and the chance to spend more time with my family than the Army someday allows. 
One path that could potentially allow this is entrepreneurship. I’ve thought a lot the possibility of starting my own business. My only problem is I don’t have a solid idea of what to do. Obviously that is a huge hurdle. I’ve tried to spend time thinking about what I could be good at or what I enjoy doing. Right now I have a couple ideas in mind. First would be to finish my graduate degree in accounting then sit for and hopefully pass a CPA exam. I could then start out working at an established accounting firm and work towards my own practice or just jump out on my own. My second idea is opening a physical training center. I really enjoy training and used to be a CrossFit certified trainer. I could get re-certified and even add on some more traditional certifications to open up my portfolio. Obviously I’d have to start small, as going full on into a full facility is expensive. That’s okay though, starting small would allow me to alter methods or training styles if needed. I’d also be able to develop strong client relationships and provide more personal guidance. 
If this path grew well, and it becomes something as a definite full time venture I have great ideas of what I’d like to do for a facility. With Kim being a triathlete, I’ve thought of helping her get certified to coach triathletes as it is something she has expressed interest in. Then for our training facility I’d want to find a large enough piece of land to start with a 400 meter outdoor rubberized track. Inside of the track will be the building and an in ground 25 meter swimming pool. The pool will be large enough for three swim lanes and be a heated system. Our building would have a couple different partitions in it. I’d like to have a room dedicated for spin cycling classes. Kim has been an instructor for years and it would also aid in her triathlon coaching. The largest space in the building would be dedicated to CrossFit group classes. I’d then also like to have a space with more traditional weight training options. I like the idea of having some Hammer Strength isolation systems and some cable weight stack systems available. Add in some dumbbell racks and benches to complete the room. It’s quite an elaborate vision I have and certainly one that would take great success to make happen, but no sense dreaming if you don’t dream big right?
Anyway, that’s just some thoughts I’ve been having in my down time lately. 
It’s been a decent training week. Here’s how it all went. 
11 June 2018
Build to a heavy 2-rep TnG Power Snatch
For Time
Power Snatch 75#
Bar Facing Burpees
Toes to Bar
Time- 10:15
5K Bike 
1 Min On
1 Min Off intervals
Time – 12:17
12 June 2018
Front Squat (from floor)
5 @ 125#
5 @ 155#
3 @ 185#
5 @ 235#
3 @ 265#
10 RFT with a partner
20 Calorie Row
10 Thrusters 115#
Time – 19:16
10K Bike
Time – 17:30 at an aerobic pace
13 June 2018
22 KBS 53#
22 Box Jumps 24″
400m Run
22 Burpees
22 Wallballs 20lb 10 ft
Time – 28:08
10 Rounds
Row 500m – Rest 1 Min 
14 June 2018 
Shoulder Press
5 @ 75#
5 @ 90#
3 @ 110#
5 @ 135#
3 @ 155# 
5 @ 170#
5 Double Unders
2 Power Clean 155#
10 DUs
4 Power Cleans
* Increase by 5 DU and 2 Power Cleans every round
Score – 6 Rds + 44 Reps (191 Reps/ 35DU + 9 of 14 PC)
15 June 2018
Back Squat
10 @ 135#
10 @ 185#
10 @ 225#
11 @ 275# (Meant for 10, but lost count and did an extra) 
1 @ 315#
1 @ 335#
1 @ 365#
1 @ 385#
1) 10 Alt. DB Snatches 50#
2) 15 Air Squats
3) 10 Hand Release Pushups
4) 15 Calories Air Bike
16 June 2018
Deadlift x 3
225 – 275 – 315 – 365 – 405 – 435
10 RFT
5 Chest to Bar Pullups
10 Pushups
10 Ab Mat Situps
15 Calorie Row
Time – 24:50
Again, Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!