Eagle Creek Hike

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I heard the best quote recently after a Baseline workout: “It feels like i just drank a bottle of Tequila”  I am sure some of us can identify with this feeling after the first time we did Baseline.

WOD 5/31/2010

A. Back Squat 65%1RM x 5; 75% 1RM x 3; 85% 1RM x amrap.
Rest 3 min b/t sets; perform @ 20X0 tempo.  You must maintain tempo on amrap set!
Stretch shoulders b/t sets.
B. DB Split Squats: 3 x 6-8 @ 3131, rest 60 sec b/t legs
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3 Rounds for time:
10 Burpees
20 situps
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Strength challenge week:
How long can you hold an elbow lever?

Flexibility/Mobility Focus

Shoulder or Hand Bridge to
Back shoulder roll (slow) to
Prone scorpion hold to
Fwd Shoulder roll
Repeat opposite side, do 2 x per side.

I hope folks are having a good holiday weekend.  Did you do anything fun?

Scott and I went for a hike on the Eagle Creek trail, what a blast.  Definitely my favorite hike so far this year, it will be nice swimming there when its a little warmer.

Hiking and paleo is easy.

Hiking and paleo is easy.

Me and my bag o meat

Me and my bag o meat

5 Comments on “Eagle Creek Hike”

  1. Eagle creek is a sweet hike. I’ve been wanting to hike to the lake at the end and camp out.

    Today, squats, used the kilo plates so the numbers are a little off, but 200/232/264×5

    Split squats 2×6@20, 1×6@35

    Metcon 3:14

  2. Yeah! Eagle Creek is beautiful! Laura Bentz and I hiked it on Friday morning. Next week Laura is hiking to the top of Mt Hood. Woot! Woot!

  3. Emilee’s right, Eagle Creek was really pretty, especially in the rain. I’m totally down for swimming there in the summer! If summer ever gets here. :]

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