3 sets; no rest:
10 DB push press
3 rope climbs

Week 3
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Monday June 7 2010

  • Snatch - (70% x 1, 75% x 1, 80% x 1) x 2
  • Clean & jerk - (70% x 1, 75% x 1, 80% x 1) x 2
3 sets; no rest:
10 DB push press
3 rope climbs

Week 3
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11 Comments
Nick P 1 | 2010-06-07
Just to be clear - I do the 70%, then the 75%, then the 80% for one set, then take the weight back down to 70% and start over.
Greg Everett 2 | 2010-06-07
Nick - Yes - You're doing 6 total sets of 1 rep.
Sri 3 | 2010-06-07
Greg, Your advice/help to alleviate the pain caused by pattelar tendonitis is priceless. I'm religiously following what you recommended and the pain has subsided immensely. The difference is night and day. I really can't thank you enough after visits to the doctor, PT came up short. It's the first time in months that I can climb up stairs without significant discomfort. My brother in India has similar symptoms and I have passed on your advice. Again, thanks a ton and I can only wish the very best to you! Sri
Greg Everett 4 | 2010-06-07
Sri - Good to hear it. Sometimes I get lucky.
Greg M. 5 | 2010-06-07
Greg - Not sure how to choose load for the Jerk Rack Supports tomorrow (from the desc., sounds like I I should just load up *way* more than I know I can jerk, just to get the feels of it)...Any guidance?
Greg Everett 6 | 2010-06-07
Greg - Start with 100% of your best jerk and work up from there. Go as heavy as you can for the prescribed time without losing your structure and passing out.
Prime Time 7 | 2010-06-07
Oh yea, I remember this day... KATIES!
Erik Reckdenwald 8 | 2010-06-08
Snatch - (70% x 1, 75% x 1, 80% x 1) x 2 (130# x 1, 140# x 1, 150# x 1) x 2 Clean & jerk - (70% x 1, 75% x 1, 80% x 1) x 2 (170# x 1, 185# x 1, 200# x 1) x 2 3 sets; no rest: 10 DB push press = 45# each side SUBBED 15 pullups
JHo 9 | 2010-06-08
Snatch 64k, 67k, 71k Clean and Jerk 90k, 97, 103k Made a huge mistake. Used 1rm clean instead of 1rm clean and jerk. Couldn't figure out why weights felt so heavy. Oh well. 60# DB Push press 10 Legless rope climb-sit start-12' rope 3 3 rounds 10:29
Björn Uddenfeldt 10 | 2010-06-09
Snatch: 45 kg, no small weights C&J: 65 kg, stayed there, did not feel well Later: 3 rounds 10 HSPU 12 L-PU Time: ca 7 min
Andrew Karlovich 11 | 2014-04-17
Snatch 60, 65, 70 kg C&J 77, 83, 88 kg
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