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  • Snatch - max for day
  • Clean & jerk - max for day
  • Front squat - max for day
  • Good morning - 3 x 10
  • Ab work of choice

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ChiCityMayne 1 | 2010-04-09
Steve doin' werk as usual.
Brian Reckdenwald 2 | 2010-04-10
Snatch - max for day 195 lbs Clean & jerk - max for day 245 Front squat - max for day 315 PR! Good morning - 3 x 10 135 x 3 x 10 V-ups - 3 x 15
Alex 3 | 2010-04-10
5'10", 175 lbs., 18 years Snatch - 150# (10# PR!) Clean & Jerk - Focused on clean technique instead (PR 205#), Jerk @ 210# (PR 215#) Front squat - 245# (20# PR!) No goodmornings due to back soreness Hanging leg raises to failure
RiceOwlsCatalysts 4 | 2010-04-10
C: Sn:Fail185, C&J:235 PR!!, FS: 275 BG: Sn=1RMOHS:145# PR, C&J=1RMDL:295# PR, FS:195 Finally got me a clean and jerk PR, thanks greg!!
Alex 5 | 2010-04-10
Lately I've been having some issues with the clean. My pull is faulty, but I can get the bar reasonably high enough - but then I can't rack it in time. I find it hard to catch it in the squat, too. Also, I've been having some lower back tightness when I lean back too far. Any ideas?
Greg Everett 6 | 2010-04-11
Alex - You shouldn't be catching the bar in a squat - especially if you're pulling it so high. You need to receive the bar at whatever height you pull it to, and then ride it down into the squat. Work on muscle cleans and tall cleans to get stronger, faster and more accurate with your turnover.When you lean too far back doing what? Pulling? Check hip flexor tightness.
Erik Reckdenwald 7 | 2010-04-11
Worked out Sunday instead of Saturday Snatch - max for day 170 lbs Clean & jerk - max for day 215 Front squat - max for day 275 Good morning - 3 x 10 120 x 3 x 10 Weighted Situps - 3 x 10 70#
Thomas 8 | 2010-04-11
Snatch 84 pr clean 102 pr Can't jerk, everytime I do I get shooting pains in my anterior delts and lateral lats. Ever heard of this? Overuse? Max fs for day 102 2 minute total l hold at the end.
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