Thursday 2/18/10

With a continuously running clock do one pull-up the first minute, two pull-ups the second minute, three pull-ups the third minute... continuing as long as you are able.

Post number of minutes completed to comments.

20 comments:

Jimmy said...

For anyone interested:

http://www.runner.org/upcoming-race-freezer-fives-221/

Who: Anyone who likes running local races
What: Freezer 5-miler
When: This Sunday, 21 FEB, starts at 10 am
Where: FDR park, Yorktown Heights, approx 20 miles due west of West Point
I am pretty sure online registration closes on Friday.

Vanilla Gorilla said...

21 rounds plus 10 during round 22

AJ said...

18 rounds plus 14 during round 19

Nick B said...

14 complete, 8 on round 15

always dodged this when I saw it on the main site as I thought it was not going to push me... I was wrong- great workout

Maj said...

strict pull ups: 10 rds + 3

JWM said...

16 rounds complete (PR by 7 rounds from this summer)

SM said...

17 rounds complete plus 14 on round 18

Tape your hands!

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Mac said...

15 rds +10 on rd 16. While the first couple of rounds seemed easy, that rest between rds definitely seemed to get shorter.

Counting up the total number of pullups completed was enlightening. while I managed to knock out 130 total pullups, V. Gorilla did 241! I am humbled...

EB said...

19 rounds and 13 on round 20

simple but still a smoker

Bobby said...

16 rounds + 10 during 17

kseki said...

16 rounds complete. Hands are pretty sore. Thanks to Tex for the goal to shoot for of 20. Didn't quite make it. Maybe next time.

Gregg said...

Strict-8 +

Pirouette hand stand-4 seconds

Thanks to Maj Miller and CPT B for spotting me on the handstands.

hillbillyrich said...

8+

BAMA said...

12 rounds

NM said...

We did 20 min AMRAP of:
-5x HSPU
-10x Pistol (one-legged squat, alternating legs)
-15x Pull-up

Finished 8 rds plus 3x HSPU. Had to do Pistols from a box to get full range of motion.

Love the pull-up workout you guys did...will have to try that sometime soon.

sdc said...

12 rounds, plus 11

Tex said...

22 rounds plus 11 during round 23

Total pull-ups:264

The easiest way to figure out how many pull-ups you did is:

(n+1)*(n/2)
where n=number of rounds complete

Jimmy said...

12rds + 10

Mark R said...

17 rounds exactly