WOD: AMRAP 15
15 Push Press (95/65)
30 Double Unders
10 Toes 2 Bar
2 Min Max Effort Abmat Situps (1 Min Rest)
Where Have All the 10# Plates Gone?
If you’ve noticed the dwindling number of 10# plates over the past few months, you’re not alone. Unfortunately, as of late, these plates are breaking at a rapid rate.
The reason all of the 10# plates are breaking is because they are being loaded onto 45# and 35# bars and then being dropped from overhead. Having a single 10# plate on either side of a bar that’s exponentially heavier than the plates causes the plates to bend, taco, and eventually tear.
So from here on out, the rule is going to be NO DROPPING BARS LOADED WITH 10# PLATES.
While we are on the topic, other items that SHOULD NOT BE DROPPED FROM OVERHEAD:
- Empty bars
We take great pride in our gym, please help us to keep our equipment in great working condition for yourself and all of our members.