CrossFit Tribe


Wednesday, 12/1

Skill work: Kettlebell Swing (spend a good 20 minutes teaching and practicing the swing

Complete 3 rounds NOT FOR TIME:

10 KB Swings – 2 pood/1 pood

25 yard One Arm Farmer Walk with KB in rack position – right

10 KB Swings – 2 pood/1 pood

25 yard One Arm Farmer Walk with KB in rack position – left

*rest 45 seconds between rounds

**Olympic Weightlifting class at 530pm. Snatch work.

Tuesday, 11/30

Skill work:  Power Clean (spend a good 20 minutes teaching and reviewing the push jerk)

Power Clean 2-2-2-2 (don’t go higher than 85% of 1RM)


18-15-12-9-6-3  NOT FOR TIME:

Ring rows

Box Jumps


So, it’s official! Tribe has setup a team of 11-20 people for the Tough Mudder on SATURDAY, April 9th!

Team Name: Crossfit Tribe

Password: xfit

Make sure you sign up ASAP as spots are selling fast and we don’t want a repeat of next year!! Don’t be left out!!

Go here to register:

Monday 11/29

Skill work: Handstand Pushups (spend 20 minutes working on handstand pushups with band or abmats or paralllet bars. Beginners can do pushups from floor or band)

21-15-9  NOT FOR TIME:

SNATCH grip Deadlifts  (225/135)

Handstand Pushups

Sunday, 11/27

Seated Press, 1 RM

50 Strict Abmat situps (keep butt on floor to isolate abs)

Complete as many rounds as possible in 10 minutes of:
20 second Handstand hold
20 second Squat hold
20 second L-sit hold (from pullup bar)
20 second Chin over bar hold

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