WOD 2-4-13

10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 For Time:

KB Swing (32kg)

Ring Dips

Box Jumps

Impromptu TGU Demo at 2010 SHOT Show
Impromptu TGU Demo at 2010 SHOT Show
Ashley from Direct Action Medical Network gets set
Ashley from Direct Action Medical Network gets set
Now the fun begins... note RJM Tactical Tomahawk next to me... see more tomorrow
Now the fun begins… note RMJ Tactical Tomahawk next to me.  See the rest tomorrow…

New England Primer 1691, was entering its second edition, as advertised by Benjamin Harris of Boston.  This famous little book was used to teach colonial era children the alphabet, using rhyme and illustrations.

D The Deluge drown’d, The Earth around.

On May 19, 1643, John Winthrop organized the New England Confederation among the colonists of New Plymouth, New Haven, Massachusetts and Connecticut.  They covenanted together under theConstitution of the New England Confederation:

“Whereas we all came to these parts of America with the same end and aim, namely, to advance the kindome of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to injoy the liberties of the Gospell thereof with purities and peace, and for preserving and propagating the truth and liberties of the gospell.”

Day of Rest 2-3-13

“Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus….”  Hebrews 12:1-2

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New England Primer 1691, was entering its second edition, as advertised by Benjamin Harris of Boston.  This famous little book was used to teach colonial era children the alphabet, using rhyme and illustrations.

C Christ crucify’d, For sinners dy’d.

WOD 2-2-13

Tabada Format (20 seconds work 10 seconds rest)

8 rounds (12 minutes total)

KB Swings (24 kg)

Ring Push ups

Knees-to-Elbows

5.11 Challenge
5.11 Challenge

New England Primer 1691, was entering its second edition, as advertised by Benjamin Harris of Boston.  This famous little book was used to teach colonial era children the alphabet, using rhyme and illustrations.

B Heaven to find, The Bible Mind.

New Guide to the English Tounge by Thomas Dilworth, gained universal adoption in the New England schools by 1765.  This book contained spelling, reading and grammar lessons, “adorned with proper Scriptures.” Its first lesson, having words only three letters long or less, stated:

“No Man may put off the Law of God.

The way of God is no ill Way.

My Joy is in God all the Day.

A bad Man is a Foe to God.”

WOD 2-1-13

10 Reps Towards KB Perfection

For Time:

Prescribed weight – whatever you need to perform perfect reps.  Perform 10 reps each arm for all one-arm exercises.

10 One-arm Floor Presses R/L

10 Arm-Bar Stretches R/L

10 Double Floor Presses

10 Turkish Get Ups R/L

10 Military Press R/L

10 Push-Presses R/L

10 Russian Swings

10 Power Swings

10 American Swings

10 Swing Releases

10 One-Arm Swings R/L

10 Half Rotations Switches

10 H2H Switches

10 KB Dead Cleans R/L

10 KB (Swing) Cleans R/L

10 Bottoms-up Cleans R/L

10 Double KB Cleans

10 Thrusters

10 Snatches R/L

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New England Primer 1691, was entering its second edition, as advertised by Benjamin Harris of Boston.  This famous little book was used to teach colonial era children the alphabet, using rhyme and illustrations.

A In Adam’s fall, We sinned all.

William Holmes McGuffey (1800-1873), Considered the “Schoolmaster of the Nation,” McGuffey published the first edition of his McGuffey’s Reader in 1836.  The book was the mainstay in public education in America till 1920. As of 1963, 125 million copies had been sold, making it one of the most widely used and influential text books of all times.  In it’s foreword, McGuffey wrote:

“The Christian Religion is the religion of our country.  From it are derived our prevalent notions of the character of God, the great moral governor of the universe.  On its doctrines are founded the peculiarities of our fee institutions.

The Ten Commandments and the teachings of Jesus are not only basic but plenary.”