Thursday, August 29, 2007

Team 2:

With a continuously running clock do 2 pull-ups and 2 dips the first minute, 4 pull-ups and 4 dips the second minute, 6 pull-ups and 6 dips the third minute… and keep adding 2 pull ups and 2 dips to the number of reps to be completed within a minute.

Start on the minute every minute.  Continuing as long as you are able to complete the number of pulls and dips required within the minute allotted.

Fit Ladies:

Same workout as Team 2 except substitute jumping pull-ups for normal pull ups if you need to from the beginning of the workout.
(i.e. don’t switch from normal pull-ups to jumping pull-ups somewhere in between).
If equipment does not allow jumping pull ups, then substitute 3 body rows for 2 pull ups.

Team Hembree
Your day is coming… ;-)

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Posted on August 30, 2007 in Workout of the Day

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Uwem makes his home in Norman, Oklahoma since graduating from the University of Oklahoma in 1997. His passion is to see people from all walks of life create a new life for themselves through health and the pursuit of fitness.

Responses (2)

  1. debbieekpenyong
    August 31, 2007 at 3:08 am · Reply

    I completed 8 minutes, finished 18 jumping pull-ups and 15 chair dips the next minute. Whew! Go crossfit…. the only place I know where you can get totally blitzed in 9 minutes :). Almost met Pukey but staved him off for another day :). I guess I’m feeling a bit happy with myself. Another day of work out under my belt. Thank you God!

  2. Uwem Ekpenyong
    August 31, 2007 at 3:18 am · Reply

    Did Pull-ups and Ring dips
    Completed 5 minutes, and ended with 10 pull-ups the next minute. Pull-ups just gas me out!

    My hind end is already sore from the lunges from yesterday!

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