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Sunday November 18 2007
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Erwin Morris 2007-11-18
Greg thanks for doing the WOD. This was the type of program I was looking for. Thanks!
DougM 2007-11-18
Burg w/u x 3 Hang snatch: 65x3, 75x3+2 OHS Hang Clean + Jerk: 75x3, 85x2, 95x1 Back Squat: 135x5, 155x3x4 It felt good to do squats after that layoff. At the top part of the jerk, I can feel the slightest twinge in the place where I hurt my back before (between the shoulder blades). Going to keep working up slowly.
TomD 2007-11-18
I have been doing the WOD on this site for about a week now. It is a great system, but I was wondering if someone could explain the rest day schedule to me. I was doing the normal crossfit.com WOD for about six months, and this obviously isn't just a three on one off structure.
MisterT 2007-11-18
First post - I think it's Friday/Sat. Off, like the WOD from http://www.mikesgym.org/wod.php anyways back onto full training after rugby season, have moved to this WOD and am making gains!
Greg Everett 2007-11-18
Tom/MT - Thurs/Sun are rest days. All that kind of info can be found here.
TomR 2007-11-18
Business travel, so no lifting for a few day. Meantime, two quick questions: 1) As a rule, can most guys jerk whatever they can clean? 2) Typically, what percentage of the c&j can most people snatch?
Greg Everett 2007-11-18
TomR - 1) No rule on that one. 2) Depends on the lifter's particular strengths/weaknesses, but generally 75-83% or so.
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