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Crossfit OPEN

Well it’s finally time! After some great deliberation on purpose of the workout, weight and movement standards we have final breakdown. We are lucky enough to have the first video explanation come from the one and only Ginja ninja Kevin Ogar. Kevin’s understanding of movement and purpose of a workout is incredible and he will share tips and strategy as well he was nice enough to set the bar unbelievable High for the rest of us as we have his performance as well!

Enjoy, this is WheelLife!

1st WheelWod Open will be:


9 min AMRAP

15 Chair Raises

10 Deadlifts : 2x12kg Kettle bell

5 Snatches : 55/35lbs Barbell


6min to find

1RM Clean & Press

– Barbell


Movement standards are as follows:

Chair Raises:

– Chair completely off the ground

– Raise knees above hips

Dead Lifts: 2×12 kg KB

– Both KB on ground and then full extension

– Shoulders over hip

– Return KB to ground

Snatch: 55/35 lbs Barbell

– Ground to Bar over head



Clean & Press: 1RM

– Bar from Ground to Front rack position

– Elbows in front of bar path

– Press Bar directly over head

– Full lock out above head

Video Breakdown Here:

Intro and Movement Breakdown:


Kevin Ogar’s performance:  


Strategy and Recap: 

 Submit all scores and video links here in the comments and we will score the competition and keep it posted weekly on wheelwod.com

Have fun and enjoy the open it’s about firsts, fitness and spreading the adapted movement! WheelWodNation


28 thoughts on “WheelWod OPEN 15.1 & 15.1a #Ogar

  1. 15.1 and 15.1a
    Redo Score: 238 ( 7 rounds and 28 reps ) and 95 Clean and Jerk.

    P.S. 3rd attempt. jajajjajajajjja

  2. 15.1 I got 235 reps

    and 15.1a only 85# … not too happy about that one I got much more in the tank

    Good little workout
    trying to get the link to youtube work in a bit ….9 min video taking a while but posted a short one on IG and got judge by accredited judge at Crossfit Candor

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  4. 15.1

    9 min AMRAP
    15 Chair Raises
    10 Deadlifts : 2x12kg Kettle bell
    5 Snatches : 15kg Barbell

    160 Reps

    6min to find
    1RM Clean & Press @ 34kg/75lb

  5. Hey guys well it was a great opening WOD 15.1, and it was great to see the videos and the adaptive WOD for the open here on this site. well my scores are 88 reps and C&J 50lbs. i’m a C5/C6 quad and i have a great bunch of coaches who help me adapt these moves, i’ll show you some video of how am able to get all 4 tires off the ground.
    once again thanks to you all at WheelWOD for the great work you’ve done
    keep it up

  6. Hey guys it’s great u adapted the first workout for us with spinal injuries I just happened to come across your site and i think it will be real helpful when it comes to different movements. I constantly search the web trying to find new and creative excercises to incorporate into my daily WOD, I’m actually a c6/c7 so I lack pretty much all trunk control and I have no ability to use my fingers but it hasn’t stopped me. I’ve only been doing CrossFit since June 2014 and I can’t believe how far I’ve progressed well thanks again guys and I look forward to the next four workouts

  7. I wanna start with a big thank you to you and the others that have worked to put this together!

    150 reps, 80# clean and press. Struggled a little with my left shoulder injury but got’r done.

    My video link is in the website window.

    Chris, when you have a chance I would love to get some info on your chair. It looks like it’s one you use specifically in the gym? I struggle with mine, it’s very unstable and I’m worried about destroying it(I haven’t done plate hood yet for this reason). This is kinda new to me being barely a year, so I don’t know I may be worried for nothing.

  8. Thanks for the adaption. However, the proposed chair raises may be difficult for athletes with a higher spinal cord injury. Do you have any suggestions to adapt the toes to bars for an afaptive athlete with a higher spinal cord injury.

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