Hero WOD – 11.08.2018

Hero WOD – 11.08.2018

«Felix The cat»

6 Rounds for Time
9 Burpees
9 Box Jumps (24/20 in)
9 Pull-Ups
9 Thrusters (40/20 kg)
9 Toes-to-Bar
With a weight vest (20/14 lb)

This British Tribute WOD is dedicated to all the RLC EOD operators who expended their 9 lives and paid the ultimate sacrifice in Afghanistan. Among them they defused 100’s of explosive devices, saving countless lives. Gaz O’Donnel G.M., Dan Shepherd G.C., Oz Schmid G.C., Dan Read Q.G.M., Brett Linley G.M., Lisa Head. The RLC EOD left Afghanistan on the 26 October 2014.

«Felix is the unofficial mascot of British Army counter-terrorism bomb disposal. Cats have always been associated with luck, possibly due to their ‘righting reflex’ – an innate ability to always land on their feet. Felix (Latin for ‘happy’ or ‘lucky’) was the name given to the popular cartoon cat created by Otto Messmer in early 1900s America. He was a cheerful, thoughtful character who never failed to survive mayhem unscathed. These are traits much coveted by bomb disposal personnel and many bomb squads worldwide adopted Messmer’s ‘Felix the Cat’ as their symbol. There have even been some conventional munitions named after him.» -via felixfund.org.uk

Francisco J. Rodríguez
Francisco J. Rodríguez
Licenciado en Ciencias de la actividad física y deportes. CSCS. Master en Nutrición y Dietética: Especialidad en Obesidad y Trastornos de la conducta alimentaria. Diplomado en Magisterio: Educación Física. Técnico en Actividades Físicas y Animación Deportiva Head Coach & Co-founder in Tracius Weightlifting & Fitness

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