Hero WOD – Sábado 27.04.2019

Hero WOD – Sábado 27.04.2019

«Pedro 66»
3 Rounds for Time
22 calorie Row
22 Shoulder-to-Overheads (95/65 lb)
22 Pull-Ups
22 Back Squats (95/65 lb)
22 Sit-Ups
Cash-Out: 5 Push-Ups
Do not use a weight rack. Take the barbell from the ground.

On 9 June 2010, the crew of Pedro 66 and Pedro 67 responded to a call for help in the southern province of Afghanistan. It would be their 2nd combat rescue of the day. When Pedro 67 landed to pick up a critically injured marine, Pedro 66 came under enemy fire. In the engagement, Pedro 66 tail rotor was taken out and she sprung out of control impacting the ground from 150 feet at 120 knots. 1 Combat Rescue Officer (Capt. Joel Gentz), 2 Pararescuemen (Tsgt Micheal Flores/SrA Benjamin White) died on impact. Flight Engineer SSgt David Smith died moments later; Pilot Capt. David Wisniewski died weeks later from his injuries suffered. Capt. Anthony Simone and MSgt Christopher Aguilera are the only 2 survivors.

The workout was designed by Christopher Aguilera and Coach Ty Yamasaki at CrossFit Veni Vidi Vici @crossfitvenividivici (Henderson, NV), who said these movements were chosen because they «weren’t liked by my guys when we worked out.»

3 rounds, 22 reps equals 66 as in Pedro 66. The 5 movements for the five men lost that day, and one push-up for each.

«El éxito consiste en vencer el temor al fracaso.»
Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve

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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