3 sets:
A1. TGU (lunge) x 5/side
A2. V-up x 15" />

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Wednesday February 24 2010

  • Power clean - max; 75% of that x 2 x 4
  • Hang clean high-pull - 70% x 3 x 4
  • Snatch balance - max; 80% of that x 2 x 2
3 sets:
A1. TGU (lunge) x 5/side
A2. V-up x 15
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7 Comments
Xi Xia 1 | 2010-02-24
Hello,

Question about how one's hang snatch usually compares to a full snatch. Is a hang snatch usually less than a full snatch? Seems like it would be. Thanks

xx
Greg Everett 2 | 2010-02-24
XX -

Usually, and should be. Occasionally people can hang snatch more than they snatch because of an inability to get into a good position from the floor; taking it from the hang allows them to ensure correct positioning. But this is like power snatching more than you snatch - it's indicative of a problem.
Xi Xia 3 | 2010-02-24
Thanks Greg - I got some problems to work on with lifting it from the floor then!
Rice Owls Catalysts 4 | 2010-02-24
C: PC:235 PR, 185 HCHP:185 SnB:145 (injured thumb) WOD:50# DB
BG:PC:175 PR, 135 HCHP:135 SnB:OHS 95# WOD:25# DB
Brian Reckdenwald 5 | 2010-02-24
Power clean - max; 75% of that x 2 x 4
235 lbs; 179 x 2 x 4

Hang clean high-pull - 70% x 3 x 4
185 x 3 x 4

Snatch balance - max; 80% of that x 2 x 2
225; 179 x 2 x 2

3 sets:
A1. TGU (lunge) x 5/side - 1.5 pood KB
A2. V-up x 15
TeddyB_SC 6 | 2010-02-24
Power Clean--100, then 75
H. CL Hi Pull--80
Snatch Balance--75, then 60
Mark Gleason 7 | 2010-02-25
PC 85; 65x2x4

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