Day 33 Tattoo

I want to do a big, as I feel guilty for doing 20 min AMRAP yesterday. I look and see Luke, Perfect. It's big, I can do all the movements and the runs are 400 meters so not to long that I can leave my boy at the gym. Looking forward to this big grinder. Start setting up equipment, shit ring dips. I just got a tattoo on my arm and those will rub. I was so in the zone ready for this wod. I think I could do bar dips and just do an extra 10. Ahhh fuck no, I am not about to cheat now, so I look for something else, and go with this:

 Hero WOD: Walsh

WOD Type: For Time

4 rounds
22 burpee pull-ups
22 back squats (185 pounds)
Run 200 meters with a 45 pound plate overhead

I didn't know what to think of this one before I started, and guess what.. terrible. I am so bad at squats. A 185 is big weight for me, and to do 88 reps is killer on me. You know it's a bad wod when burpee pull ups are the easiest part. Also I have never ran with 45lbs over head for 200 meters and it was very hard. I may have not done Luke but this wod was hard for me, and with that many squats my knees are gonna hurt tomorrow. 38:33 time. 36 done, 25 to go.

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U.S. Army First Lieutenant Jonathan P. Walsh, 28, of Cobb, Georgia, assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 504th Infantry, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, based in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, died on April 22, 2012, in Paktia, Afghanistan, when enemy forces attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device. He is survived by his wife Debbra, son Austin, parents Carolyn and Paul, and brother Christopher.

 

 

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