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Wednesday March 26 2014
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Brian Snatch
  • Snatch - 75%x2x5
  • Clean Deadlift + High-Hang Clean + Clean - 70% x (1+1+1) x 5
  • Halting Snatch Deadlift + Finish - 100%x3x5
  • Front Squat - 75%x3, 80%x1, 75%x3, 83%x1, 75%x3, 85%x1
  • Muscle Snatch - 5x3 (medium weight)


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9 Comments
Jeremy 2014-03-26
On the - Clean Deadlift + High-Hang Clean + Clean complex, do we go based on the highest clean?
Jeremy 2014-03-26
Same question goes for yesterday's "Power Clean + Front Squat + Push Jerk," which lift do we take the percentage from? the weakest in the complex? or do we just use clean & jerk max?
Steve Pan 2014-03-26
Percentage will be off of your best clean for today's workout.

For the power clean one from yesterday it will be off of your best power clean.
Jeremy 2014-03-26
Thanks, Steve!
Frank 2014-03-26
I love these complexes! This cycle is great already. Thanks for doing this for the online community.
Sam 2014-04-14
For snatch, it says 2x5, does this mean 2 sets of 5 reps or 5 sets of 2 reps?
Steve Pan 2014-04-15
Sam -

Please read the Program Help section to the right for information on notation. 75%x2x5 will be 5 sets of 2 reps at 75% of your best snatch.
Kobe 2014-05-17
Halting Snatch Deadlift + Finish

Finish is it mean to do the high hang snatch?
Steve Pan 2014-05-19
Finish is just the top portion of the pull where you extend the legs, hips, and let the elbows break to slide the bar up the hips.
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