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2008 Fight Gone Bad

September 30, 2008 —

On Saturday, my local CrossFit affiliate had our Fight Gone Bad day. This was my first official FGB, and having only done it one other time, I decided to forgo the official men's weight, and do the intermediate weight (which also happened to be the women's weight). I did the exercises in the following order with the modified weight in parentheses:

  • Push Press (65lbs)
  • Row
  • Wall Ball (14lbs)
  • Sumo Dead Lift High Pull (55lbs)
  • Box Jump

I ended up doing the following reps for each exercise:

RoundPush PressRowWall BallSDLHPBox JumpTotal
Round 1251115202394
Round 2201016182084
Round 220815182081

For a total score of 259. I tried to be as consistent as I could between subsequent rounds, and I think I accomplished that goal pretty well. I also set the bar pretty high for the next time I do a FGB with men's weight. Especially considering that I felt like I had energy left over at the end of the workout. I was tired, but not lie down on the ground for 5 minutes tired.

By Chris Streeter

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