CrossFit 42 South

WOD: Saturday

CrossFit MSD – CrossFit

Ricky was born in Hobart on 24.05.1991 and grew up in the northern suburbs. Ricky was an accomplished gymnast. His achievements included state champion at levels 4, 5, 7 & 8 and represented Tasmania at level 7 & 8 in the Australian Championships where he won bronze, silver & gold on the parallel bars over 3 consecutive years and was selected to represent Australia at level 7. Ricky was a high achiever in all aspects of his life. He was awarded apprentice of the year in his 3rd and 4th years of his carpentry trade. After his 16 years of gymnastics Ricky joined Crossfit Resonate in April 2013 after the constant nagging of his older sister Danielle and fell in love with the training instantly. Ricky’s gymnastics skills made him an excellent crossfitter from day 1 but he still worked hard to master every skill thrown at him. He was a quite achiever but when it came to fellow crossfitters achievements he was always very supportive & encouraging. Ricky took on the role of gymnastics coach at Resonate passing on his wealth of knowledge to his fellow crossfitters. Ricky first caught the eye of his partner Jacki at the box doing a backsault into a ring muscle up. Not long after at a crossfit party Danielle played cupid and got Ricky & Jacki dancing and it was love ever since. Ricky was the king of muscle ups, double unders, pull ups, T2B, handstand push ups & full snatch hence todays wod. Ricky would have smashed us at this workout but as soon as he was done he would have been straight by our side to cheer us on.

Please bring along donations to help out his family cover the costs etc 🙁


Warm-up (No Measure)

30m inch worms

20 KBS

10 burpees

then start going over the WOD…


Ricky (AMRAP – Reps)

Part A

3:45 AMRAP of Ring Muscle Ups

-rest :15

Part B

20min AMRAP of:

50 Double Unders

40 Pullups

30 TTB


10 Squat Snatch 50/35kg

Score is total reps complete. Each muscle up counts as 10 reps.

Say you get 5 muscle ups on A then 1 round on B, your socore is 5×10=50 + 50+40+30+20+10 = 200
Scale as needed….

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