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Kevin McKay 07-02-2006 06:44 PM

Anybody keep record of best official scores of all time for baseline girls? Barbara and Cindy are my favorite and I am just curious what is humanly possible....

Jay Hanewinkel 07-02-2006 08:20 PM

I just try to do better than the time before instead of fixating on what others are doing. Although I do wonder what is considered 'good.' But since I'm more into it for the fitness aspect for my sport, I tend to not put a huge emphasis on it.

Russ Greene 07-02-2006 09:12 PM

Connor Martin has gotten near 40, I think.

Lynne Pitts 07-03-2006 03:44 AM

Moving to Workout of the Day

Andy Shirley 07-03-2006 03:47 PM

This has come up before. For me the most impressive posting I've seen on Cindy was 33, by a guy posting as House, IIRC, at a BW of 240 with a 20# vest.

That amazes me and I still want to see it. All respect to Conner, but that is a whole other level of work being done.

Patrick Schoudt jr 07-03-2006 05:33 PM

best for me is 14 rounds in something like 21 minutes, i write it down but don't have it near me. I am also curios as to whats average,good or superior.

Garth House 07-04-2006 10:30 AM

That would have been me, before my leg surgery. I had a bunch of veins removed because they were going varicose and my doc was worried about clots. I was laid up for two and a half months, and there is no way I could do it now. I only got 22 rounds when we did it the other day - I've only been back a month. It did help that I had a partner who is like the Energizer bunny. He was always doing something to the WODs that made it far more traumatic than it already was, and it was his idea to wear our entry vests.

On a side note, I know this discussion has come up before, but I found the best method for me to get a good score on a lengthy WOD like this is to pace yourself. I set a goal of say, 50 seconds a round. When I get to the 5 minute mark, then I sell out, as Matt G. puts it.To improve, though, you have to remember what you did last time and decrease your round, say to 45 seconds.

Monika Simon 02-15-2016 06:01 AM

Re: Record for cindy?
 
just done 19 rounds and 5 pull-ups


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