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  • Snatch pull off blocks (mid-thigh) - 100% x 5 x 5
  • Back squat - 80% x 2 x 6
3 sets; no rest:
10 DB push press
10 DB hang high pull
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14 Comments
Nick Lloyd 1 | 2010-05-25
Is it meant to be our 1RM, 5 times, with less momentum? Am I missing something?
Jaime 2 | 2010-05-25
100% of snatch....not snatch pull
duey 3 | 2010-05-25
so this is 6 sets of 2 with the same weight right? thanks
Greg Everett 4 | 2010-05-25
Duey -

Yes
JHo 5 | 2010-05-25
snatch pull 92k
back squat 141k

60#db push press
60#db hang high pull
3 rounds
3:47

tougher than expected. only first round unbroken

15 strict muscle ups untimed
10 min GHD work
Alexander Miezin 6 | 2010-05-25
Oh I thought when it says 2 x 6 that its 2 sets of 6...so is it like that all the time like if it says 3 x 4 it would be 4 sets of 3?

Its like backwards from the bodybuilding ways lol
Greg Everett 7 | 2010-05-25
Alexander -

You definitely need to read the info link at the top of the page.
Alexander Miezin 8 | 2010-05-25
Thanks Greg for clarifying. I'm gonna start this new cycle tomorrow.
Erik Reckdenwald 9 | 2010-05-25
Snatch pull off blocks (mid-thigh) - 100% x 5 x 5
180# x 5 x 5

Back squat - 80% x 2 x 6
265# x 2 x 6

3 sets; no rest:
10 DB push press 45# DBs
10 DB hang high pull 45# DBs
Nick L 10 | 2010-05-26
Snatch pull off blocks (mid-thigh) - 100% x 5 x 5
145# x 5 x 5

Back squat - 80% x 2 x 6
268# x 2 x 6 (Fail last rep)

3 sets; no rest:
10 DB push press 46# DBs
10 DB hang high pull 46# DBs
Brian Reckdenwald 11 | 2010-05-26
Snatch pull off blocks (mid-thigh) - 100% x 5 x 5
210 lbs x 5 x 5

Back squat - 80% x 2 x 6
300 x 2 x 6

3 sets; no rest: 35 lb DBs
10 DB push press
10 DB hang high pull
Björn Uddenfeldt 12 | 2010-05-28
S-Pull from blocks: 65 kg
HBBS: 100 kg
+
Metcon: 2x16 kg KB, ca 2 min

Could do the s-pulls in a power rack, nice, but I don´t have access to it all the time so there will be some subs in the "block-exercises". HBBS felt light but my lower back was killing me, hopefully I will become more flexible.
jongb 13 | 2010-07-02
Snatch pull off blocks (mid-thigh) - 100% x 5 x 5
145 x 5 x 1,
155 x 5 x4

Back squat - 80% x 2 x 6
295 x 2 x 1,
315 x 2 x 5

3 sets; no rest: 45 lb DBs
10 DB push press
10 DB hang high pull

Then a 5k and Burger and Fries and Meatpie. Weird dinner.
Andrew Karlovich 14 | 2014-04-02
Snatch pull 87kg
Squat 118kg
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