strict press 50/5, 50/5, 60/3, 65/5, 75/5, 85/5+, then
Starting with an empty bar SNATCH once every minute until a max* is found then move onto the CLEAN. Continue until a max* is found then move onto the DEADLIFT. Continue until a max is found. Ideally the bar only gets heavier, but do what you must to be successful.
*3 attempts max. Post best lifts to whiteboard.
ENGINE for Fri 11/4
Burpee/Nasal breathing ladder then
#tttTD163 (see video below)
AMRAP in 12:00
12/16 calorie row
8 burpee over rower
– hang snatch singles
– hang clean doubles
– sumo deadlift triples
Every minute on the minute for as long as possible you’ll begin with an empty barbell and perform a HANG SNATCH on the top of every minute UNTIL satisfied or 3 misses total. Then every minute on the minute for as long as possible work 2 HANG CLEANS- can be any style, but must complete to a complete stop at the top of the hang position before lowering as little or as much as they’d like. After satisfaction OR 3 misses you must move onto 3 SUMO DEADLIFTS every minute on the minute, again until satisfied or untill 3 total misses for that movement.
If you’re planning to participate in MURPH on Memorial Day, maybe bring your plate carrier/weight vest/ruck in so you can begin practicing movements as you’ll do them that Monday. Speaking of which, RSVPs for that day are already open!
We’ll have a set of 5 lanes as we currently run them, and another class with a cap of 10 which will not have dedicated lanes, but should respect social distancing rules.
WORKOUT for Monday 5/17/2021
Until told otherwise repeat the following:
20 air squats
Feel free to work on the basics like kipping, arch body, different stances. Also variations like pistols, chest-to-bar/muscle-ups, handstand pushups, etc.
Starting with an empty bar LIFT every minute on the minute for as long as possible
– begin with SNATCHES until you hit a max-for-the-day or miss thrice
– move onto CLEANS until you hit a max-for-the-day or miss thrice
– finish with DEADLIFTS until you hit a max-for-the-day or miss thrice
Make sure the lifts happens on the beep, change weights immediately, then use the remainder of the interval to rest. Be mindful of jumps to allow yourselves plenty of reps as preparation. Chase solid technique and the weight will come!
Post heaviest loads for all three lifts to whiteboard/comments!
AMRAP until coach says stop! Feel free to go hard if you’d like (there’s no conditioning today) then let’s do Tabata situps
Every 90 seconds, starting with an empty bar
– HANG SNATCH for as long as possible until you reach or max or total 3 misses then
– HANG CLEAN for as long as possible until you reach a max or total 3 misses
Focus on reaching the FINISH position of each lift to ensure maximum elevation of the barbell, then dive under as quickly as you can.
Let’s be honest about the current state of affairs.
The coronavirus COVID-19 is real and will be in the news for a long time coming. Understanding this, we are doing our best to mitigate risks, and we are very aware of the necessary escalations that the state of Washington is implementing. We don’t expect anything extreme enough to happen to force us to close, but here’s our plan to maintain the health and wellness of our community:
What We Are Doing
We’ve refreshed all spray bottles with a Clorox Bleach solution to disinfect your equipment and things you’ve touched while you’re here. Our coaches and staff are also putting in extra duty to disinfect the gym during our non-class hours. If you have an allergy please be mindful of this. Once we are able to procure non-bleach disinfectants, we will make that switch.
Programming has been adjusted to limit how many pieces of equipment required for a workout. We’re able to limit transmission by reducing the amount of things you’re touching in your workouts. Don’t worry, we’re also making sure that it’s still fun and useful and stimulating.
We have more contingencies planned if this all gets worse, but our ultimate goal is to keep our membership safe while allowing them a place to maintain their health and fitness.
What You Can Do
WASH YOUR HANDS before and after your session here.
Wipe and disinfect every surface you use in the gym.
Every :90 perform a lift successfully then add 1-5kg. – Start with an empty barbell and snatch for as long as possible. – Once you cannot snatch the weight, clean for as long as possible. – Once you cannot clean the weight, deadlift for as long as possible.
3-miss limit on each lift. Share heaviest load for the snatch, clean and deadlift to whiteboard.
Row at your 2k average so you can go unbroken elsewhere! Post time to whiteboard.
*40 minute time cap. Break up into manageable sets and don’t burn out too quick. Post time to whiteboard.
deadlift 4×7 at 60-70% of 1RM, then
5 rounds for time:
9 hang power cleans
6 push jerks
Rx = 70/48kg. Game plan your reps: do 11 deadlifts, drop and breath, then the 12th deadlift starts the HPC. Same concept with HPC into jerks. Post time to whiteboard.
back squat 5-5-4-4-2-2-1-1-1, then
21-15-9 reps for time:
Go all out and meet the goal of going sub-5:00. Post time to whiteboard.
find a heavy set of a 3-rep bench press in 20 minutes, then
AMRAP in 4 min:
max air squats
AMRAP in 4 min:
max alternating dumbbell snatches, 50/35#
AMRAP in 4 min:
The workout today is about INTENSITY. The run should be at 85-90% pace and as soon as you return start repping out the exercise. REST WHEN YOU’RE DONE. Score = squats + snatches + burpees. Post score to whiteboard.
every 90 seconds for 39 minutes: 1 snatch
– Start with 40% 1RM snatch
– Add 2-5kg each minute
– Once an athlete fails 3 times, move onto clean & jerks.
– Once an athlete fails 3 C&J, move onto deadlifts
Retest of 11/27. Can you perform better? Post loads to whiteboard. Post time to whiteboard.
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