WOD 32018

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Warm up 6 min cap 3 rounds 15 Lunge 10 Ring rows 20 Crunches WOD 2 mins each exercise 16 min cap pull-ups box jumps double-unders toes-to-bar kettlebell swings sit-ups back extensions wall-ball shots Originally posted 2015-06-23 13:03:51.

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JDRF and NY Thrill Seekers BIG Scavenger Hunt, $1000 cash prize.

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Hi everyone, So the spring is here, and what better way to celebrate spring then with NY Thrill Seekers BIG Scavenger hunt and to enjoy your victory how about $1000 cash prize!!!. The rules are simple and easy. We will release a list of items and tasks that you need to find or do on Friday of April 13th at 5 […]

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Michelle

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Age: Too painful to type. lol Tell us a little about your background? Moved to NYC from NC 17 years ago, knowing no one. Stayed in a questionable hotel next door to Letterman’s studio for a week, warming the pizza from next door on my radiator and hiding my laptop behind a panel in the wall until I found a roommate […]

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10 insane activities for thrill-seekers

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1. Pakistan: Crossing a barely-there suspension bridge   Often hailed as “the most dangerous bridge in the world”, the Hussaini-Borit Lake bridge in Northern Pakistan looks like a set from an Indiana Jones film. The “platform” is made from rotting wooden planks, many of which are missing, haphazardly strung together with bits of rope.   One misstep on the high, wavering […]

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5 Awesome Thrill Seeking Things To Do Around The World

1. Mountain Biking down the World’s Most Dangerous Road, Bolivia This infamous ‘Road of Death’ claimed an average of 20 vehicles each year until a new highway opened in 2007 – in fact, the locals were so annoyed with the old road, that they used the new road during the construction period! These days, ‘The World’s Most Dangerous Road’ is […]

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New Rock Climbers Start Here – Part 2

Rock Climbing — The instructions outlined here are explained as if you were inside a climbing gym; although they could work equally well outside too. Upon arriving at the gym you would put on a harness, which is the complex-looking matrix of nylon webbing and metal buckles, and tie the rope into the harness with a special knot called a […]

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New Rock Climbers Start Here – Part I

Rock Climbing — So, you want to start climbing, but where do you begin? Climbing as we know it today has exploded in popularity over the last 40 years. Nowadays people can take their pick of any of the many types of climbing. Here is a sample: Bouldering is climbing on large rocks using only a few moves close off […]

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10 Rock Climbing Tips and Techniques

Rock Climbing Tips — Beginners and experts alike can use these tips to improve their climbing as well as impress the onlookers. If these tips don’t improve your climbing as much as a least a letter grade, you can send me an angry email. 1. Picture yourself on a ladder when you climb, move from one hold to the next […]

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Patty

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Hey, Im Patty  Age: 30 Background? Product Marketing manager with MBA degree, into sports and outdoor activities. I do Crossfit every week and run. I’m currently training for the NYC marathon.  what is your favorite thrill seeking adventure?The adrenaline rush!!!  Tell us which thrill seeking adventures have you done? Skydiving, whitewater rafting level 5, bungee jumping off a bridge in […]

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David Ordway

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My name is David,  nickname from college jack spinach(nothing to do with popeye or the vegetable). Age: 59 yrs. old Background: A woodstock hippie later political campaign manager-strategist, trial lawyer for 25+ yrs,  2nd(or 3rd?) career involving sales. I have done many different things over the years, involving some fabulous fishing expedition trips, after divorce 10 yrs ago, skydiving, white water rafting, […]

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