Using a medicine ball, perform a front squat. Upon rising out of the bottom of the squat, violently extend the knees and hips and use the power/momentum generated to toss the ball upwards towards a target. All "air squat" rules apply. Keep the ball as close to your body as possible in order to stay nice and upright.
Totals (56 posts)
Max Weights (In Pounds)
3 Reps 20
10 Reps 20
- 15 reps @ 20 lbs 4 times from AMRAP 15 mins: Push-up (hand release)s, Wall Balls and Kettlebell Swings on May 11, 2013
- 150 reps from CrossFit Games Open 12.4 / 13.3 on Mar 24, 2013
- 30 reps @ 20 lbs 3 times from Zeus on Feb 26, 2013
- 50 reps @ 20 lbs from Chipper: Front Squats, Box Jumps, Kettlebell Swings and Wall Balls on Feb 05, 2013
- 50 reps @ 20 lbs from Filthy Fifty - Reversed on Jan 28, 2013
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