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and select “CrossFit New Hampshire” as the team.
I. Run 400m
II. 2-3 rounds of
5 x Pull-ups (Deadhang)
10 x Push-ups
15 x Air Squat (Wall Therapy)
Impact/Focus: Front Squat (Week 5)
Work through the following sets of Front Squat using the percentage based sets outlined below.
To determine loads use 3-rep Front Squat established on 09.19.2016
5 x 40% (warm-up)
5 x 55% (warm-up)
5 x 70% (warm-up)
3 x 3 reps (5-10lbs more than last week)
Notes: Use your previously established Front Squat 3RM to determine warm-up loads for today.
1-Rep Maximum/Percentage Calculator
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Complete as many rounds/reps as possible in 20:00 of
2 x Muscle-ups
4 x Handstand Push-ups
8 x KB Swings (32/24kg)
Notes: Chief Petty Officer Nate Hardy was killed Sunday February 4th during combat operations in Iraq. Nate is survived by his wife, Mindi, and his infant son Parker.
Nate Hardy was born December 28th, 1978 in Cape Cod. He grew up in Washington and Pennsylvania and his family settled in New Hampshire in 1988. It was in high school where Nate, a star soccer and lacrosse player, made the decision to join the Navy and become a SEAL immediately after graduation. Nate joined the Navy in 1997, following in the footsteps of his two grandfathers, both Navy veterans. After graduating from BUD/s in May of 1998 with class 221, he was subsequently assigned to SEAL Team 8 out of Virginia Beach where he served from 1998 until attending DEVGRUs Green Team selection course in 2007.
During Nate’s first deployment with DEVGRU, as an assaulter during a typical nighttime direct action raid in Iraq against an Al-Qaeda cell, Nate was the second man on the stack to enter the enemy-held building. Upon breaching, Nate and the lead man, Mike Koch, were engaged by enemy small arms fire. Mike and Nate were immediately hit. Mortally wounded, Nate engaged and killed the enemy fighters while dragging his wounded teammate to safety. In his final moments in this world, Nate held on to life long enough to pull Koch to safety. He died that night of February 4th, 2008 with his brother-in-arms Chief Petty Officer Michael E. Koch at his side. As they fought and died side-by-side, Mike and Nate are buried side-by-side to each other at Arlington National Cemetery.
In addition to being the recipient of the Bronze Star – given for “heroic or meritorious achievement or service” – Hardy earned two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, three Good Conduct Medals, two National Defense Medals, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, the Iraq Campaign Medal, the Kosovo Campaign Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, three Sea Service deployment awards, the NATO Medal, the Expert Rifle Medal and the Sharpshooter Pistol Medal.
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