3 sets:
A1. 10 sandbag power clean + push press - 80-100% BW; no rest
A2. 3 rope climbs" />

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Tuesday March 16 2010

  • Muscle snatch -- max for day
  • Power snatch - 80% x 1 x 4
  • Power clean & power jerk - 80% x 1 x 4
  • Overhead squat - 85% x 1; 70% x 2 x 2
3 sets:
A1. 10 sandbag power clean + push press - 80-100% BW; no rest
A2. 3 rope climbs
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JP Griffin 1 | 2010-03-16
Muscle snatch -- max for day (120) Power snatch - 80%(120) x 1 x 4 Power clean & power jerk - 80%(140) x 1 x 4 Overhead squat - 85%(130) x 1; 70%(105) x 2 x 2 3 sets: 300m row Pull ups AMRAP min 10 Time:9:41 (all pull up sets broken) I did last Tuesday's metcon because I skipped it last week and have neither a sandbag or a rope.
Rice Owls Catalysts 2 | 2010-03-16
C: MS:145# PR, PS: 150#, PC&PJ: 185#, OHS: 155#, 125# BG: MS=SnHP:155#, PS=Shoulderpress:115#, OHS:115#,95# WOD: I respectfully decline. Too sore from weekend antics and want to train tomorrow/thursday. Plus our towel was ripping for towel pullups, no sandbag, no rope, the platform was busy, 100# dumbbells seemed extreme, endless excuses.
Erik Reckdenwald 3 | 2010-03-17
Muscle snatch --max for day (125#) Power snatch - 80% (125#) x 1 x 4 Power clean & power jerk - 80% (165#) x 1 x 4 Overhead squat - 85% (155) x 1; 70% (125#) x 2 x 2 3 sets: 10 sandbag powercleans + push-press (110# sandbag) 15 pullups ~14 mins
gios 4 | 2010-03-17
Msn - 105 Psn - 85 Pcl & Pj - 125 OHS - 90 (80%); 75 (75%) 3 rds Did not complete as Rx'd. No sb with that much weight. Subbed: 53# weight best, 15' rope climb & 21 55# sb pc & pp *note to self: Load up the sandbag, easier than a weighted rope climb.
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