• Oats w WPI, almonds, pear [5/2-3xFat]
  • Coffee
  • Pear
  • Tuna & veggie salad, olive oil, herbs, almonds, apple [4ish]
  • Coffee
  • Pear, almonds
  • 5 salads and cold lamb
  • Cottage cheese, cherries, almonds

2 Responses to "Rest"

Hey Steve it Jeremy Thiel I know you didnt much care for my video on Crossfit.com. Sorry to read that.. I just wanted to tell you the details behind my attitude no justifing it just wanted you to know. I worked my butt off to make it to the crossfit games I competed with all my heart on that last day I was in 11th place and was moved from the top athletes barcket 1 -10. I was really upset with my self and the fact I didnt get to work out with opt, speal, and dutch and josh. I also am a fierce competetor and want to win. So the video caught my frustration. I love crossfit it is my life. I love the community check out http://www.crossfitcentral.com this is my expression of my love. Thank you

Jeremy!Wow man, it’s a nice surprise to hear from you – thanks for taking the time, I appreciate it.That was a while ago now. I think I said in that same comment that I’m sure you’re an fantastic guy and a stellar trainer. I don’t in any way think for a minute that the clip reflects badly on you as a person or anything like that. And as much as I’m a sucker for understatement and cool-headedness, the world would be a pretty boring place if everyone was like that.I didn’t actually know the circumstance behind the attitude. I took the screaming to be aggression, not frustration so thanks for setting me straight. I think you’d agree that certain subcultures interested in being big and powerful and strong do themselves a disservice by coming across too macho and aggressive. I’d rather see those cultures reach out to people and encourage them – whoever they are, just to be the best they can be – that community-mindedness and quiet, confident humility is something I’ve always loved and admired in CF’s monster athletes. That’s where my comment came from.It looks like you’ve got great things going on at CrossFit Central. I hear you on the community aspect, although it’s really only just beginning here in Australia.You’re an inspirational athlete Jeremy, thanks for dropping by and making the clarification. Stay happy and strong.I’ll post a copy of this on < HREF="http://jeremythiel.blogspot.com/" REL="nofollow">your blog<> just in case you don’t check back.

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November 2008
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On the bike

CrossFit benchmarks

100 Burpees: 11:07 10:32
50 Burpees: 4:24
Angie: 30:47 (60 pull-ups only)
Annie: ---
Cindy: 13 rounds
Dianne: 39:07 (scaled)
Elizabeth: 24:47 (scaled)
Fight Gone Bad (3 rounds): 311
Filthy Fifty: 31:16
Fran: 10:31
Grace (35 kg): 4:25
Hangover Cure: 8 rounds
Helen: 11:10
Jeremy: 13:33
Kelly: 36:09
Linda (scaled): 1:17:04
Michael: 32:30
Murph: 54:17
Nancy: 17:30 (scaled to 35 kg)
Nate: 7 rounds (scaled)
Nicole: 3 rounds, 19 pullups

Row 1k: 3:26.3
Row 2k: 7:15.4
Row 500m: 1:35.7
Run 5k: 24:05 (Feb 17)

Weightlifting PBs

Bench Press: ---
Clean: 70kg
Jerk: 70kg
Press: 52.5kg
Snatch: 47.5kg+
Squat (back): 102.5kg
Squat (front): 85kg (x2)
Deadlift: 130kg
CrossFit Total: 623


3RM OHS: 55kg
3RM Front squat: 82.5kg (x5)
3RM Back squat: 90kg
3RM Deadlift: 130kg
5RM Press: 45kg
5RM Front squat: 82.5kg
5RM Back squat: 90kg
5RM Deadlift: 120
20RM Back squat: 65kg


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