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Deload Week 5/11 through 5/16

2015 03 FCF-15


Depth: do you have it? Brett does.


– EMOM hang snatch, hang clean
– push press/pullup
– back squat 60×10, 65×8, 70×6, 75×6, 80×6
– front squat 60×5, 70×5, 75x5x2
– run/power clean/pushup
– muscle-up development
– core work
– back squat 60×10, 70×8, 75×8, 80×8
– front squat 60×5, 65×5, 70x5x2
– SLU: rope climbs/double unders
– FCF: kettlebell swings/double unders
CrossFit Games Regionals 2015 – Individual Event 3
– tag team workout!

We hope the 1st week of the HATCH SQUAT CYCLE felt good. We’re in Week 2 and are ready for more!



Episode 2: The Secret to a Summer Body! – HellaFit Radio
Simple Solutions for Poor Wrist Mobility – CrossFit Invictus
Your Stories: Brandon Morrison of Lift Big Eat Big – She Thrives Blog
2015 Sunday Individual Regional Events Announced – MetConTalk
Making the Impossible Possible: My Journey to a Strict Pullup – Tabata Times
My Attempt to Become a Better Person Through CrossFit – VICE
The 10 Best Pocket Notebooks – Gear Patrol
Axel Foley is Box Office Gold – Birth. Movies. Death
– Is CrossFit Safe? What ’60 Minutes’ Didn’t Tell You – Forbes


“Recording artist Rick Ross has taken up CrossFit, and the 38-year-old rapper says training and an improved diet have benefitted him in several ways.

“Being in better shape, it affects everything,” Ross says. “Of course your health. Of course your psyche, your confidence.”

Ross recently released his seventh album, “Hood Billionaire,” and he’s up for a pair of Grammy Awards for his work on two other projects. Trainer Garret Fisher, fifth-place finisher at the 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games, says Ross’ progress fires him up.

“Every day when we work out, (Ross) definitely pushes his limits … and it shows,” Fisher says.

As a frequent traveler, Ross has limited opportunities to work out and appreciates CrossFit’s intensity and minimal time commitment.

“We come out here, we get it in, we feel good,” Ross says of his training, which takes place primarily in his backyard.

Watch as CrossFit Inc. journalist Sevan Matossian follows Ross, who says he uses CrossFit to start each day “like a boss.”

Video by Sevan Matossian.”