3 sets:
10 ring rows; no rest
250 m row; 30 sec rest


Notes: Split jerk after power cleans. If your jerk fails before your power clean, continue taking the power clean to a max without the jerk." />

Home   |   Contact   |   Help   |   Mobile
olympic weightlifting, weightlifting, snatch, clean, jerk
weight lifting, Olympic weightlifting, strength and conditioning, fitness, crossfit, Workout, training program - Catalyst Athletics Tuesday April 13 2010

  • Power snatch - max
  • Power clean & jerk - max
3 sets:
10 ring rows; no rest
250 m row; 30 sec rest


Notes: Split jerk after power cleans. If your jerk fails before your power clean, continue taking the power clean to a max without the jerk.
Print Friendly and PDF

8 Comments
Sam 1 | 2010-04-13
My first time on this site. Do I jump from ring rows to rowing and then give myself a 30 sec rest? And complete 3 such routines?
Greg Everett 2 | 2010-04-13
Sam - Yes.
Scot 3 | 2010-04-13
I train at CrossFit Northern Ireland, we have just finished a 6 week Strength program which I really enjoyed and seen benefits from. So much so, that I am entering an Olympic Lifting Comp in Dublin in 2 weeks. I know I am not going to break any records, but am keen and interested in taking part. I had a go at todays WOD - Max Power Snatch - 70kgs/154lbs Max Power Clean and Jerk - 90kgs/198lbs Then scaled our own WOD - 50 High Knees every time you come off the bar 50 Double Unders
Brian Reckdenwald 4 | 2010-04-13
Power snatch - max 185 lbs Power clean & jerk - max 245 3 sets: 10 ring rows; no rest 250 m row; 30 sec rest
Rice Owls Catalysts 5 | 2010-04-13
C: PS:175# Fail185, PC&J:235# Fail245 BG:PS:125#, PC:175# WOD: ring rows and rowing, hua. I could have got 185 on the snatch but wasnt interested in tying my full snatch PR with a power snatch - aaand also I tied my full clean and jerk PR w/ the power clean & jerk. Happy days?
Alex 6 | 2010-04-13
5'10", 179#, 18 years Power snatch - 155# (5# PR) Power clean & jerk - 210# (5# PR) 3 sets: 10 pullups, no rest 250m row, no rest
Erik Reckdenwald 7 | 2010-04-14
Power snatch - max 155# (tied pr) tried 160 but cought it too low. Power clean & jerk - max 205# (tied pr) 3 sets: 4 muscle-ups 15 box jumps, 24"
JP Griffin 8 | 2010-04-15
Power snatch - max (135) Power clean & jerk - max (185)
Leave a Comment

Name
Comment
Verify
 

Shop Catalyst Athletics Store: Weightlifting books, dvds, articles, equipment

Books  |  DVDs  |  Posters  |  Equipment  |  Product Packages  |  Clothing & Merchandise  |  Supplements  |  Digital Products  |  American Weightlifting  |  Seminars & Certifications  |  Hidden

The Kono Project DVD - Women
The Kono Project DVD - Women
Olympic Weightlifting Book, DVD & Poster Set
Olympic Weightlifting Book, DVD & Poster Set
Olympic Weightlifting Seminar DVD - Greg Everett
Olympic Weightlifting Seminar DVD - Greg Everett
Werksan Competition Collars
Werksan Competition Collars
Get Our Newsletter

Sign up for our free newsletter to get training tips and stay up to date on Catalyst Athletics AND get a free issue of the Performance Menu journal.


Search Workouts

Workouts Menu

Training Home
Program Help
Tomorrow's Workout
Exercise Demos
Training Cycles
Text Only
Starter Program
Training Cycles

View Training by Date

Get Our Newsletter





Funny Crossfit Shirts
The largest variety of funny crossfit shirts for guys and girls.

Advertise With Us
Subscribe to the Performance Menu Magazine
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Get training tips and Catalyst news AND get a free issue of the Performance Menu journal.

ASK GREG

Submit your question to be answered by Greg Everett in the Performance Menu or on the website

Submit Your Question
WEIGHTLIFTING TEAM

Catalyst Athletics is a USA Weightlifting team of competitive Olympic-style weightlifters with multiple national team medals.

Read More
Olympic Weightlifting: A Complete Guide for Athletes & Coaches by Greg Everett
Catalyst Athletics
Contact Us
About
Help
Newsletter
Products & Services
Gym
Store
Seminars
Weightlifting Team
Performance Menu
Magazine Home
Subscriber Login
Issues
Articles
Workouts
About the Program
Workout Archives
Exercise Demos
Text Only
Instructional Content
Exercise Demos
Video Gallery
Free Articles
Free Recipes
Resources
Recommended Books & DVDs
Olympic Weightlifting Guide
Discussion Forum
Weight Conversion Calculator