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Thursday May 18

18 May Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Be smart about how you break this one up (like “DT”).  When you need breaks, stop at the 7thdeadlift.  Then you can do the 8th before setting up for the set of hang power cleans.  Similarly, rest after the 5th clean so you only have to do one extra deadlift before finishing the hang power cleans and going straight into the overhead squat. The goal is to not break up the overhead squat.  If you want to go faster, go right into the deadlifts after the overhead squats (then rest after 7).  If you start losing midline stability, take a couple moments with the bar in the back rack before jerking into the overhead position. Progress down to front squats if the overhead squat gets ‘sketchy’ to keep the intensity up.  Snatch balancing the first rep will count as an overhead squat rep.

Workout of the Day

Context: Mental Toughness

Mobility: Shoulder

Skill Practice Warm Up: 3 rounds of Cindy, tagging a partner in after each round.

Strength: 7×2 Power Snatch – 11 of 14, same weight across, approximately 90 – 100% of max power snatch

Super Set: 7×4 Half Kneeling Single Arm DB Shoulder Press, “across,” scale to the same challenge

Metabolic Conditioning: “Eleanor”

6 minute AMRAP

8 Deadlift
6 Hang Power cleans
4 Overhead squat

Performance: 85/135
Athletic: 65/85
Health: 35/55, front squat

Scaling Guide: 3.5-7 rounds, about 1:15 per round.

Scale Up: 95lbs/155lbs (esp. if you did 7/8 rounds last time!)

Compare to: November 9, 2016

Optional ‘Cash Out’: max calorie row or airbike, 4 minutes

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