I need to give this young lady a full post, because her story is pretty incredible. But for today, there is this… 

Andrea Miller – who performed the first Snatches/Clean & Jerks of her life at the Outlaw camp in West Ipswich, Queensland, back in January of 2013 – will officially be representing New Zealand, at the IWF World Weightlifting Championships. She is the first Outlaw Barbell lifter to represent her country at an international meet, and will be looking to do the same in Rio next year.

I personally feel this is one of the most significant accomplishments ever for an Outlaw athlete, especially considering she’s spent most of the last three years competing in CrossFit. I am also incredibly happy that Andy is our first athlete to achieve something this huge. She is one of the most humble and hard-working people I’ve ever coached, and after two years of heartbreaking setbacks, this just feels right.

Not to mention, this will be her second time competing at a World Championship (100m Hurdles – 2009).

WOD 150828:


1) Snatch: 15:00 to work to a 1rm

2) Clean & Jerk: 15:00 to work to a 1rm


For time:

50 Back Squats 135/95#
40 Pull-ups
30 Shoulder-to-Overhead 135/95#
50 Front Squats 85/65#
40 Pull-ups
30 Shoulder-to-Overhead 85/65#
50 Overhead Squats 65/45#
40 Pull-ups
30 Shoulder-to-Overhead 65/45#

2 thoughts on “150828

  1. 828:


    1) Snatch: 230

    2) Clean & Jerk: 295 clean, stopped jerks after 265

    Conditioning: For time- conditioning crushed me, wasn’t mentally ready. only went about 80-85%. 23:00

    50 Back Squats 135
    40 Pull-ups
    30 Shoulder-to-Overhead 135
    50 Front Squats 85
    40 Pull-ups
    30 Shoulder-to-Overhead 85
    50 Overhead Squats 65
    40 Pull-ups
    30 Shoulder-to-Overhead 65

  2. M/29/5’11″/170
    1) Snatch: 215, matched recent PR, so close to my year goal of 100kg

    2) Clean & Jerk: 250

    Conditioning: 22:27… Gnarly

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