W.O.D. 11.3.18

Complete as many rounds as possible in 12 minutes of:
 7 Box Jumps
14 Kettlebell Swings

 Men: 36-in. box, 70#  kettlebell
Women: 30-in. box, 53# kettlebell

Community Notes:
All classes TODAY will be held in the Annex, 110 C DeKalb St. Please meet and park on the same side of the Annex.

Good luck to KOP Barbell athletes Tia and Jen C today at Lehigh Valley Barabell’s fundraiser meet! They will both be gaining more meet experience in preparation for the American Open Series 1 meet in Ohio (Feb 2019).

"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant." 
-Robert Louis Stevenson


Stephanie Vincent said...

Missy 6+14 21.5/35
Alex B 6+7 20/53rus
Mike ro ouchie
Emily g 7+1 21/35
Pete d 7+1 53

Todd 7+7 53/30
Randy 8 30
Kate s 9+14 44r/24
Erika 8+6 44rus/20
Becky 7+12 24/44
Kim c 16/30rus

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