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Lorne - Deadlift

Lorne - Deadlift

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  • cnolan
    Reply

    lorne has a tight ass!

  • Danielle
    Reply

    how does this wod work? maybe i’m on the slow side…

  • Frank
    Reply

    @Danielle, i had same question. I guess im slow too.

  • Dan
    Reply

    I want to come at 5:45am but after deadlifting 315# 20 times on Saturday my back might be saying no.
    And how does this WOD work?

  • Tony Fu
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    You deadlift for 1 rep, then a set of 10, 1, set of 20, 1, set of 30. There’s no clock but the sets must be done with no breaks. You can reset but your feet should not leave the bar. The object is to lift as much weight as possible with the 6 sets.

    • Sean
      Reply

      I’m interested in seeing the Tony Fu “feet never leave the bar” deadlift.

      • Blake
        Reply

        That should be an interesting sight.

      • cnolan
        Reply

        Tony Fu has no feet, . . . only toeless hands!

  • Ryan
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    my hamstrings are crabby already…

  • Danielle
    Reply

    ok thats what figured but thanks for clairfying…. mental prep 🙂

  • John (LJ)
    Reply

    Interesting….

  • Steve
    Reply

    It’s all fun and games until that set of 30.

    365-315(10)-365-245(20)-345-225(30)

    Grand total of 15,875 lbs moved in 6 sets.

    • John (LJ)
      Reply

      Dude, nice work!

    • Ryan
      Reply

      Nice work man!

  • sarah
    Reply

    oh boyyyyy…

  • Jess
    Reply

    Kinda excited for this one, haven’t done this since my first summer of CrossFitting 2 years ago!
    John, I agree it should be very interesting!

    Good job Steve! That’s some major weight movement to start the day!

  • Dan B
    Reply

    Nice job Steve. You should try to break 400#

  • Steve
    Reply

    Thanks, it was a fun morning wod. Coach Schwab and I discussed working more on my form before going higher than 375, but yes 400 will come one of these days.

  • Tim
    Reply

    325-235-315-215-315-185(29)=13155# total
    bar fell right through my fingers once i got the 29th one up, just could hold it

  • Danielle
    Reply

    220# 1rm/ 10@ 170#, 20@ 150#, 30 @ 135#. And icing…..

  • Ryan
    Reply

    1-315lbs
    10-225lbs
    1-315lbs
    20-205lbs
    1-335lbs (PR)
    30-185lbs
    Total: 13,165LBS

  • Lorne
    Reply

    1-460#PR
    10-335#
    1-450#
    20-250#
    1-440#
    30-230#

  • Tony Fu
    Reply

    1-395#
    10-295#
    1-385#
    20-245#
    1-385#
    30-225#

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