Jacob Heppner Does All The 2017 Regional Events In One Day

When Jacob Heppner announced he was withdrawing from the 2017 CrossFit Games season due to a knee injury, I was bummed to miss out on watching him compete. When details emerged that he was dealing with bursitis in his knee, I knew he would most likely be healthy by the time Regionals rolled around and would likely be crushing the events in training, and that's exactly what he did.

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Heppner did what Heppner does, which is to take an already challenging set of events and make them even harder. He took the six events from Regionals this year and completed them all in the course of a single day of training, even putting out his times on the events. All six events are arguably in his wheelhouse, so it's reasonable to assume these will be near or at the times to beat for most of the top Regional athletes out there. Here are all the events and Jacob Heppner's times:

Event 1:


For time, wearing a weight vest:
1,200-m run
Then, 12 rounds of:
  4 strict handstand push-ups
  8 chest-to-bar pull-ups
  12 squats
Men wear a 20-lb. vest

Heppner - 15:20 with a full mile run instead of 1200m on the TrueForm.

Event 2:


21-15-9 reps for time of:
Dumbbell snatches
Ring dips
Men use an 80-lb. dumbbell

Heppner - 2:48

Event 3:


For time:
100-ft. dumbbell overhead walking lunge
100 double-unders
50 wall-ball shots
15-ft. rope climb, 10 ascents
50 wall-ball shots
100 double-unders
100-ft. dumbbell overhead walking lunge
Men use an 80-lb. dumbbell and 30-lb. ball.

Heppner - 11:50

Event 4:


For time:
60-ft. handstand walk
10 toes-to-bars
10 double kettlebell deadlifts
60-ft. handstand walk
12 toes-to-bars
12 double kettlebell deadlifts
60-ft. handstand walk
14 toes-to-bars
14 double kettlebell deadlifts
60-ft. handstand walk
16 toes-to-bars
16 double kettlebell deadlifts
Men use two 150-lb. kettlebells

Heppner - 6:18

Event 5:


21-15-9 reps for time of:
Muscle-ups
Single-arm overhead squats
Men use an 80-lb. dumbbell

Heppner - 6:17

Event 6:


For time:
30 / 25 cal. bike
20 burpee box jump-overs
10 sandbag cleans
Men use a 30-in. box and a 150-lb. bag

Heppner - 3:23

What do you think of those scores? Will they hold up?

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