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19 October 2012; “1.21 Gigawatts”

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19 October 2012; “1.21 Gigawatts”

Warm-up – Row 750m, 10 Pushup, 20 Situps, 30 Squats

Skill – Rippetoe Revisions – Backsquat

Skill – Double Unders and Double Under Progressions

WOD – “1.21 Gigawatts!!!!…What the Hell is a Gigawatt”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5cYgRnfFDAt

AMRAP 16 Minutes of….1 round equals….

Mens RX – 1x Backsquat 315lbs, 21 Double Unders

Ladies RX – 1x Backsquat 185lbs, 21 Double Unders

We have 13 Squat racks, after you finish or while waiting for a rack…please work on Skill….Double Unders, Toes to Bar, Toes to Ring, Muscle Ups, Hand Stand Push-ups etc….

No Cool Down

FYI – Gigawatt

Although the films do not describe exactly how the flux capacitor works, Doc mentions at one point that the stainless steel body of the DeLorean has a direct and influential effect on the “flux dispersal,” but he is interrupted before he can finish the explanation.[1] The flux capacitor requires 1.21 gigawatts of electrical power to operate,[1] equal to 1,210,000,000 watts which, to give a sense of scale, is approximately the output of a single pressurized water reactor at a nuclear power plant. It equates to around 1.6 million (continuous) horsepower, but is only discharged for a moment.

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