The WOD for 10.22.12 is…

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Memorial WOD
“Chase”

With a partner, perform the following:

1st Quarter – 8 minutes
Both partners run 100 meters
With any remaining time, perform an AMRAP of 20 double unders and 20 pullups, while partners holds a 45/25 plate overhead.

Rest 1 Minute

2nd Quarter – 8 minutes
Both partners run 100 meters
With any remaining time, perform an AMRAP of 20 double unders and 20 kettlebell swings 55/35, while partner holds a deadlift 215/135

Rest 2 Minutes (Halftime)

3rd Quarter – 8 minutes
Both partners run 100 meters
With any remaining time, perform an AMRAP of 20 double unders and 20 wallballs 20/14, while partner holds a 45/25 plate overhead

Rest 1 Minute

4th Quarter – 8 minutes
Both partners run 100 meters
With any remaining time, perform an AMRAP of 20 double unders and a 20 calorie row, while partner holds deadlift 215/135

Overtime
400 Meter run with 45/25 plate. One partner must have plate overhead at all times

*Partners must alternate completing a full round in each AMRAP.

**Reps will not count if plate/deadlift are not being held.

From CrossFit Branson member Melissa Pardeck wrote the following about her son Chase:

On October 22, 1998, Chase Scott Pardeck entered this world! On this day, October 22, 2012, he is celebrating his first heavenly birthday! It is an honor to share a little bit about our hero, our “little taste of heaven” here on earth!
Chase Pardeck was an 8th grade student at Branson Junior High School, Class of 2017 and a proud Branson Pirate! Chase ran a difficult and challenging race the past six years. In 2006, Chase was diagnosed with a brain tumor that eventually took his life on September 4th, 2012. Chase ran his race with Perseverance, Strength, Character & Dignity. He was outstanding in every aspect as a student, a son, a brother, a grandson, a nephew & a friend. He was loved & admired by his family, his teachers & his friends. He loved more than anything being surrounded by people, laughing, joking, playing basketball, video games & just being a kid. But most of all, he loved God and lived his life representing Him. Chase is described as a HERO…a person, despite the great odds against him, who persevered and refused to give up. Chase WON his race & is now cheering us on! Thank you Chase for the lesson to all of us to love deeper, give greater & fight harder! Never giving up!

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