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Old 04-04-2008, 07:41 PM   #1
Eva Claire Synkowski
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since im able to remember to post most days, im going to see if i can keep a log. goal is to keep a log for 2-3 months and see if i like it and actually track my progress differently/better than my current system of.... recollection.

me: f/6 ft/180#/27 yo

generally a crossfitting weightlifter, but some wks look more like a weighlifting crossfitter.

4 april 08
if: 15.5 hrs, broke at 1000

wod at 1700
p sn + sn bal - 60% (of snatch) x 3 sets: 75# (65%)
p cln + pp + j – 55% (of clean) x 3 sets : 80#
ohs- 80% of snatch x 2 x 3: 95# (83%)

then 'filthy fifty' with 20# wb, 45# pp, 1 pd swings, 24" box: 32.58
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