3 sets:
10 1-arm ring row (per arm); no rest
5 1-leg barbell RDL; 1 min rest

Notes: On 1-arm ring rows, keep the body squared off forward; do not allow yourself to rotate. On 1-leg RDL, keep support knee bent slightly throughout the movement. Keep the movement at a controlled pace." />

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  • Power snatch - 80% x 1 x 6
  • Power clean & jerk - 80% x 1 x 6
3 sets:
10 1-arm ring row (per arm); no rest
5 1-leg barbell RDL; 1 min rest

Notes: On 1-arm ring rows, keep the body squared off forward; do not allow yourself to rotate. On 1-leg RDL, keep support knee bent slightly throughout the movement. Keep the movement at a controlled pace.
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5 Comments
LP 1 | 2010-04-26
Holy barbells and bumber plates, batman!
Brian Reckdenwald 2 | 2010-04-27
Power snatch - 80% x 1 x 6
150 lbs x 1 x 6

Power clean & jerk - 80% x 1 x 6
200 x 1 x 6

3 sets:
10 1-arm ring row (per arm) - 1-arm + 2 fingers from free hand
5 1-leg barbell RDL - 95 lbs; 1 min rest
Tyler Smith 3 | 2010-04-27
power snatch 145# x 1 x 6
power clean and jerk 205# x 1 x 6

didn't do the couplet because both elbows were hurting pretty bad. I believe it's tendonitis... Greg, have you dealt with this before and what is your advice if so? I want to recover without sacrificing progress greatly. Thanks!
Erik Reckdenwald 4 | 2010-04-27
Power snatch - 80% x 1 x 6
125# x 1 x 6

Power clean & jerk - 80% x 1 x 6
165# x 1 x 6

3 sets:
10 1-arm ring row (per arm)
5 1-leg barbell RDL (per leg) - 85 lbs; 1 min rest
Sri 5 | 2010-04-28
Tyler,

get the egg and the captains of crush from iron mind. That helped me a lot and I have been pain free since then. You could also use rubber bands. Bring all the fingers of your injured hand together and put a rubber band around it. Then, expand your fingers. This is the opposite of a squeezing motion that you would do with the egg. Increase resistance as days go by.

Hope it helps.
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