Burpees and Pull-ups

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10 Rounds for Time of:

  • 12 Burpees
  • 12 Pull-ups





  1. Katie B. it was awesome to see you push through that last night. It fit perfectly with the Kallista Pappas video. If you guys haven’t seen it you MUST check it out. It may have replaced my favorite Bryant Powers video.
    May have…
    And Patrick way to come in and ASK for Fran. You may need to get your head checked but you rocked it!

  2. Ok, I just re-watched the Kallista video. It’s officially my favorite.

  3. Yeah it’s me again.
    decided to try and read the post to see if anyone felt the way I did about this video. Needless to say I didn’t get far before I realized everyone did.
    then I found this…
    To Coach Glassman and all the CrossFit Community:
    I left the CrossFit Games a changed person. My mental and athletic confidence has grown tenfold and I cannot adequately express my gratitude for everyone’s support and encouragement.
    The event was bigger and better than last year by far. I came into it nervous and not knowing what to expect, but I came and did what I came to do. I couldn’t be more happy with the outcome.
    The last workout was the event that made the Games something that I will never forget. Knowing that I inspired people old and young to never give up makes me feel proud of someone inside of me that I did not know before. I am so proud that I can say that I am part of this community and you are a part of me. I thank Caity Matter for her gifts, I will always remember the thought that came with them.
    I express my congratulations to the top women: Caity Matter, Tanya Wagner, and Gillian Mounsey; and to the top men: Jason Khalipa, Josh Everett, and Jeremy Thiel, and ALL those who competed for their incredible performance.
    To Chris “Speal” Spealler: You are my inspiration. Power to the little people!!
    I also want to congratulate Dave Castro, Tony Budding and the rest of the Games staff and volunteers for the impeccable execution of the whole 2nd Annual CrossFit Games. I will never forget it.

  4. CrossFit Flagstaff says:

    I personally witnessed, as a judge and awe inspired close bystander, Kallista’s performance. The falling bar crashing into her knees and shins and her taking several breaths through that pain, standing up, gutting out the rest of the workout, Joli turning around from the finish of her own effort and cheering Kallista on, an entire crowd of people in tears from witnessing someone truly overcoming adversity, fighting the fight, and experiencing true triumph. It was awe inspiring and deeply powerful. Kallista is 14 years old. These were bodyweight clean and jerks done with amazing form at high intensity. I cannot fathom the depth of strength, character, and willingness to go to that place at such a young age. She will be a force to contend with in the coming years and Games. Watch out.

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