WOD Wednesday 10/16/13 – CrossFit Lake Mary
Call Us: (407) 805-8818

WOD Wednesday 10/16/13

16
Oct

WOD Wednesday 10/16/13

WOD 6: An Intro to the Five Round Couplet

12 Min Time Cap:

Double Under Buy In +

5 Rounds of:

  • Power Cleans
  • Ring Dips

Movement Details – Men

Level III (3)
100- Double Unders
+
5 Rounds of:
10- Power Cleans at 145 lbs
10- Ring Dips
Level II (2)
100- Single Unders
+
5 Rounds of:
10- Power Cleans at 125 lbs
10- Hand Release Push Ups
Level I (1)
100- Single Unders
+
5 Rounds of:
10- Power Cleans at 75 lbs
10- Knee Hand Release Push Ups

Movement Details – Women

Level III (3)
100- Double Unders
+
5 Rounds of:
10- Power Cleans at 100 lbs
10- Ring Dips
Level II (2)
100- Single Unders
+
5 Rounds of:
10- Power Cleans at 85 lbs
10- Hand Release Push Up
Level I (1)
100- Single Unders
+
5 Rounds of:
10- Power Cleans at 55 lbs
10- Knee Hand Release Push Ups

Movement Standards

Double Unders
The rope must clearly pass through both feet twice simultaneously in each repetition. If you break or land on the rope, then the last rep doesn’t count and you must go back to the previous rep.
Single Unders
The rope must clearly pass both feet once simultaneously in each repetition. If you break or land on the rope then that rep clearly doesn’t count and you must go back to the previous rep.
Power Clean
The Barbell begins on the ground. The barbell must move in one fluid motion. In order for a rep to count the athlete must receive the barbell above parallel in a partial squat, while both elbows clearly clearing the bar, before standing all the way up to full hip and leg extension before proceeding into the next rep. Touch and go is permitted.
Ring Dips
The movement starts with the athletes arms completely locked out above the rings. The athlete will be required to go below parallel, ring to arm pit. The athlete must return back to full lock out position at the elbows in order for the rep to count. No bands will be allowed for this movement. If Athletes feet touch or kick off the ground it is a no rep, however, kipping is allowed. As long as full extension is reached the rep is good.
Hand Release Push-Ups
The movement starts with the athlete at the top of a plank position, arms straight and completely locked out. At the bottom of each rep, the athlete’s chest must clearly touch the ground; hands come off the mats so that one’s body is resting on the ground. At the top of the rep when the athlete has pressed out, the arms are clearly locked and one’s body is back into the original plank. In order to be considered a rep, two things must occur.
One, the athlete’s feet must remain on the ground throughout the entire movement. In no way, can one use their feet to “kick off” the mats in order to assist them with the push up.
Secondly, athletes are not allowed to “worm out” or lose Mid-Line Stabilization as they press out.
Knee Hand Release Push Ups 
The movement starts with the athlete at the top of a plank position knees on the mats hips forward, and arms straight and completely locked out. At the bottom of each rep, the athlete’s chest must clearly touch the ground; hands come off the mats so that one’s body is resting on the ground. At the top of the rep when the athlete has pressed out, the arms are clearly locked and one’s body is back into the original starting position.
The athlete’s knees must remain on the ground throughout the entire movement. In no way, can one use their knees to “kick off” the mats in order to assist them with the push up.