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April 16, 2009

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On Saturday, March 7th, 2008, a dozen athletes gathered at Rogue Fitness in Gahanna, OH for some friendly pre-Games competition.

In this video, Team Rogue takes on Team Practice in an Affiliate Cup prep workout.

The workout was max reps in 10min of:
Wallball (20lbs men / 14lbs women)
Snatch (95lbs men / 65lbs women)

Only one athlete could be working at each exercise at a time. No other requirements. Rogue decided to work in 30sec increments, rotating through both exercises. Practice dedicated one woman to wallball, one woman to snatch, and rotated the other two whenever they started to slow down (no predetermined time or reps).

Andy Stumpf of CrossFit Coronado introduces the workout.

6min 47sec

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7 Comments on “Rogue vs Practice Team Challenge Workout”

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Awesome video... Rogue thanks for lettin us come play for an afternoon. I know our PCF crew loved it and we're ready to do it again anytime.

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what is the word that flashes about 20 secs in or so?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? been part of CF since about 03 been so long i dont even remember......please tell me!!!!

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Bill and Rogue were very gracious hosts the entire weekend. Rogue clearly has a ton of killer athletes who will do crazy good at the games this year, and I really appreciate the time it took just to coordinate the above event.PCF had a great time, and we thank u all for makin it such a fun event....jb

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The word that flashes is "unrendered" meaning there was a problem in the video conversion for at least 1 frame.

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Strong work everyone. It looks like the guy that was rocking back and forth was ready for some more or trying to hold pukie down.

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this is a good idea there should be more competitions between gyms, this gives for a certain goal that a gym tries to achieve helping the whole gym get closer and making it more of a family atmosphere

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looks fun

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