Day 20 Found new hero Wods

When I first thought of doing this, I was on website that showed 61 hero Wods. I thought that was all of them. So I set out to do all knowing some might be impossible, but then I thought maybe I will get stronger by the end and be able to them. This is not the case, each day I wake up, I am so beat up, I am trying to figure out which workouts my body can handle that day. Most of these are out of my league but some are on another level out of my league. Like I have to power my way to do one muscle up, they are all singles, my hands bleed, but they get done, but they have some that say do with a vest. I have tired and not happening. 75 ring handstand push-ups can't do it. I want to do them all RX'd so it was bugging me. Then I found out there is over a 100 hero Wods. So I will now look to sub out the ones I can't RX with what I think are the hardest ones that I can RX. I am now extra excited to be able to get all RX done, and made a list of some of the craziest hard ones, over the top hard and really looking forward to honouring all these heros with the hardest ones I can find. Here is the first one I subbed in, not the worst out of the ones I am gonna sub in but a true grinding hero wod.

 Crain

2 rounds for time of:
34 push-ups
50-yard sprint
34 deadlifts, 135 lb.
50-yard sprint
34 box jumps, 24-inch box
50-yard sprint
34 clean and jerks, 95 lb.
50-yard sprint
34 burpees
50-yard sprint
34 wall-ball shots, 20-lb. ball
50-yard sprint
34 pull-ups
50-yard sprint

The only easy part of this workout was the first set of push ups when your fresh. All grinder after that. I finish the first round at 20 minutes on the nose. My goal is to finish under 45. Everything hurts clean jerks, box jumps, burpees so slow. I get to pulls ahh if I go full tilt I can break 45, I push it, and sprint, 44;57. That was a hero wod alright. 22 done, 39 to go. 

 Officer Michael "Freight" Crain, of Beaumont, California, died Feb. 7, 2013, when he was fatally injured by gunfire in an apparent ambush while on patrol. A former U.S. Marine Corps sergeant, the 34-year-old had been with the Riverside Police Department for 11 years, assigned to field operations and the SWAT Team. He is survived by his wife, Regina; son, Ian; and daughter, Kaitlyn.

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