The FESTIVUS for the rest of us CrossFitters in Holiday Sweaters!


Teams of 4 complete
1RM Deadlift
Max Pullups
1RM Bench Press
(score is total weight+pullups for entire team)

The Deadlifting Elf?
Click here to watch Plentus pick up 415


Team Jingle Balls
Melanie/Devil/Plentus/Sam B. = 2022

Team Santa's Mistresses
Cindy/Steph V./Kelsey/Ditty = 1475

Team "Nutcrackers"
Shawn/Cate/Jason/Donkey = 1966

Team HGH
John/Hannah/Tim M./Aimee = 2404

Team "No ugly sweaters"
Mike F./Lisa/Tim P./Nikki = 1962


Appalachian Athlete said...

Wow, Chris, that 415lb d-lift is impressive! You should be proud of that.

To the rest of you... um, nice sweaters!


Melanie said...

Way to go Team Jingle Balls! That 415lb DL definitely put us up there!
Nice job to everyone. A little liquid courage goes a long way!
Aimee- are you going to post The rest of the pics?

Aimee Lyons said...

Melanie do you have Facebook? I posted them all on there...if you don't have an account, I'll put them in a gallery and link it up on the blog tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

I wanna know who deadlifted the parking barrier back into place?

U rock santas mistresses, it was a PRetty awesome time!

Chris P. said...

thanks Doug! the wonders of wine at work

Aimee, if you're viewing the photo album where you can see 20 pictures at a time, there should be a link at the bottom so non-facebookers can see the pics. That way you don't have to put them in a separate gallery.

Aimee Lyons said...

Plentus..thanks, I think this might be the link...Mel, here you go!


donkey said...

team PR: REPRESENT!!! by this time next year hopefully you won't have to carry me :)

Joe A said...

If anyone is interest the author of Born to Run is presenting at Penn State Great Valley in Malvern on January 20th. You have to preregister and if you haven't heard of the book its about a culture of running in africa that provides insights into running in our modern world.


Chris P. said...

Tim P, Laura, and I saw him talk, he was good. Definitely presented more interesting material on the people he met rather than actual running technique.