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John Biddle 06-26-2007 04:23 PM

Patrick, thanks. 1 rep being touching both plates adds to it. Is it still 25 with each arm for the 1 arm C&Press, or 50 with each?

Patrick Henry 07-02-2007 10:10 AM

DB C&P is 25 reps with each arm in whatever split works for you.

(Sorry for the delayed response- I did not see this question until today.)

Joseph L. Roberts 10-20-2007 08:44 AM

Re: The 300 workout
 
I saw guys doing this workout when I got back from Iraq. To me it's like another routine with a name and a time standard to guage yourself against yourself and others.

That being said when it comes to the "300" what is a time to guage yourself.

Tim Morrison 05-03-2016 10:01 PM

Re: The 300 workout
 
In general these are good points....but a contrary item: ....I have a trainee with no CrossFit training backround who did Filthy Fifty first time Rx'd: 20:07! (a basketball player)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Charles Applin (Post 100766)
The problem is people not familiar with GymJones or CrossFit get the mistaken impression that this was the ONLY work-out the actors did. Even the first post made it sound like that.

It's just a cute name attached to a work-out of the day, nothing more. The "1775" workout (celebrating the birth of the USMC) would be another.

The dangerous part is that people are not being properly warned in the popular articles that these work-outs are dangerous. Imagine trying the Filthy Fifty unscaled your first time at CrossFit. You'd sport some nasty injuries if you got even half way through it. That means that soon you'll have more moronic people claiming CrossFit (by virtue of its tangent association with GymJones and the "300" workout) is bad for you. My guess that will be the 5th guy that crushes his chest doing 135# floor wipers without using large diameter plates.



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