Partner Hero Workout
The Devil of Ramadi V2
4 Rounds (with a Partner) for Time
8 Man Makers (2×50/35 lb) / Plank Hold
20 Deadlifts (275/205 lb) / Wall Sit
24 One-Arm Dumbbell Thrusters (50/30 lb) / Scissor Kicks
500 Double-Unders / Row
With a running clock Partner A starts the man makers while Partner B holds plank. Partner A may not start a rep until partner B is working. Partition the work as needed, but both partners must work at the same time. Partners may switch positions at will. Once the man makers are complete, either partner may start the deadlifts, and so on. There is no minimum work requirement (eg: meters or calories) on the final row, but the rowing parter must be rowing in order for any of the other partner’s Double-Unders to count.
One man maker consists of a dumbbell push-up, two renegade rows (one per arm), and a squat clean thruster.
Dedicated to decorated US Navy Seal veteran and sniper, Chris Kyle (April 8, 1974 – February 2, 2013).
Time Magazine commemorated Chris Kyle’s Final Mission. “To his enemies, he was the “Devil of Ramadi,” an unseen terror who harried insurgents with his rifle during Operation Iraqi Freedom, often from an impossible remove. He served four tours of duty. He was credited with some 160 confirmed kills and was awarded two Purple Hearts. He played a role in every major engagement in the Iraq war. To the 18,000 folks of Midlothian, Texas, a blue-collar town just south of Dallas, Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, 38, was invincible, revered, a local boy, a hero who’d seen and done things they couldn’t imagine, and who then came back home to live with them again and to watch his children grow.”