Thursday, August 10, 2017

CFCR ATHLETE OF THE MONTH  

Name… Max Lehman

When did you start CrossFitting… November 2015

 

Favorite wod… Long amrap’s with short rep schemes, like Cindy or the Chief

Least favorite wod… when handstand push-ups are involved.

Favorite lift… Clean

Least favorite lift… Snatch

Tell us bit about yourself (family, job, sports, military interest etc..)… I was a military brat growing up and moved around quite a bit. I ended up in KS for high school and college and KS is where I call home. I work as an engineer which eventually allowed my wife and I to move to CO in 2008 and we love everything it has to offer.  We have two great kids, 6 and 4.  I enjoy mountain biking on the weekends, and skiing with the family in the winters.

What were you doing before CrossFit.. I’ve always been active in sports growing up, soccer, skiing, and running were always a part of my life.  You could probably name any intramural college sport and I likely played it. The few years prior to crossfit, I was mainly running, mountain biking, and participating in a few triathlons, but nothing consistent.  Eventually life got in the way of even stay in shape for these, so my plan was to take some sort class/training to get back into shape. I eventually decided to check out CFCR mainly because the convenience to my office, but really had no clue what crossfit was about.

What were your thoughts after your first CrossFit workout… Exactly what I was looking for. I think it was “Jack”, and Coach B started me at using only the bar for the push presses and I was still horribly sore. 

What were your goals when joining CrossFit… To get in shape

Have you achieved any of those goals… Yes! And I’ve exceeded any previous notion of what I thought “in shape“ was.

 Has CrossFit affected your life outside the gym…. Sure. Being healthier just feels better. Sleep is more consistent. And those first few mountain bike rides or ski days don’t hurt nearly as bad.

Any advice for people getting started… Come every day that you can even if sore. It eventually goes away.

Some of your recent accomplishments… When I first started, I had no clue what a clean and jerk was. My very first clean+jerk was 30lb less than my body weight. I made it a goal of mine to be able to c+j my body weight, which I eventually achieved.  Recently I was stoked to able to c+j my bw+30lbs.

What makes CFCR special to you? I’m able to come late mornings which allows me to break up the work day with great people and coaches.

 

 

Strength

20 Minutes to find 3RM Back Squat

 

WOD

For Time:

1000 Meter Row

1000 Meter Run

 

*2 Scores for Today

 

Coach’s Tip= Work up to the heaviest set of 3 possible. Make sure every rep is full depth! You will row 1000 meters AND run 1000 meters. You must row first and then run second.

 

Core Down

2 Rounds:

15 Barbell Good mornings 45/35#

Guys
Toph 255/ 850
Chuck 175/ 951
John 245/1113
Kapitan 245/842
Max 275/741
Travis 215/916
Josh 205/846
Mike 265/1027
Zack 245/900
Coltt 315/837
Bill F 345/816
Chase 315/921
Joseph 365/1036
Darren 225/820
Derrick 165/857
Jeff 235/1009
Chris 165/857
Aaron 215/1215
March 95/1145

Gals
Mandy 155/ 1019
KDawg 215/ 940
Christa 180/ 927
Jenny 180/ 955
Hollywood 135/1001
Amber D 115/852m
Amber R 145/1001
Katie 150/1348
Bree 155m/1115
Christy 140/752
Annie 180/1034
Lisa 75/1224
Sarah 195/929
Aimee 145/945
Ellie 140/1117
Kate 175/955
Megan 195/940
Susie 115/917
Sam 150/1018
Portia 115/1116
Carrie 170/1134
Kristi 105/1136
Deanna 95/1240
Robin 175/1147

 

CROSSFIT ENDURANCE

WOD

“Jerry”

Run 1 Mile
Row 2K
Run 1 Mile

 

Core Down

3 Rounds
10 GHD Sit Ups

Jon 2358
Connor 2456
Munique 2615
Belinda 2653
Nicholl 2653
Ashley 2457
Michael 2841
Patrick 2215
Shannon 2722
Jen R 3121
Walter 2647
Joe 2426

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