A LITTLE WORKOUT CALLED “ADAM BROWN”
WORKOUT OF THE DAY
Today you get to have a crack at what I believe is one of the toughest CrossFit “Hero” WODs ever created – Adam Brown. No, it is not named after me. It has nothing to do with me. For the uninitiated, Hero WODs are workouts that have been created to honour men and women who have died in the line of duty, usually whilst serving in the Military or Emergency Services.
Adam Brown was a Navy Seal who died whilst serving in Afghanistan in 2010.
This workout is actually meant to be done individually, but to be honest, there are not many who can RX it and actually complete it within the class time, so we are getting you to do it with a buddy. It is still tough. Try to stay true to the workout in your pairs, and go as heavy as you can whilst maintaining safe movement and good form. Get after it!
In pairs, 2 rounds for time of:
24 Deadlifts 130/90kg
24 Box Jumps
24 Bench Press 90/60kg
24 Box Jumps
24 Cleans 65/45kg
3 sets of:
10 Supinated Grip Barbell Row
10 Filly Press (each arm)
Posted on September 3, 2019, in WOD and tagged Boronia Park, CrossFit, CrossFit Geo, Fitness Facility, GEO, Gladesville, Hunters Hill, Lane Cove, Meadowbank, MetCon, Personal training, Putney, Ryde, Strength and Conditioning, Sydney, Weightlifting, west ryde. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on A LITTLE WORKOUT CALLED “ADAM BROWN”.