3 sets; no rest:
Sandbag bent row x 10
Sandbag halfmoon x 5/side" />

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  • Snatch - 90% x 1
  • Clean & jerk - 90% x 1
  • Front squat - 95% x 1 x 2
3 sets; no rest:
Sandbag bent row x 10
Sandbag halfmoon x 5/side

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Nick P 1 | 2010-07-29
Love it when my phone buzzes and I get this months journal. Whoa! (fist pump)
Alen 2 | 2011-06-03
If my goal is only weightlifting (to be better in Snatch, Clean&Jerk, plus Squats etc.), is it better to do prescribed conditioning work (e.g. in this workout - 3 sets; no rest: Sandbag bent row x 10, Sandbag halfmoon x 5/side) or should I exclude it? Is it OK to do (in this cycle) Jerks behind the neck instead of Jerks, because when I do Jerks, I can feel a sharp pain under my shoulder blades? I don't feel the pain when doing Jerks behind the neck.
Greg Everett 3 | 2011-06-03
Alen -Yes, exclude the conditioning work. You can use jerks behind the neck, but figure out what the issue is because eventually you're going to need to jerk from the front.
Alen 4 | 2011-06-03
Thank you for your help Greg, I really appreciate it.
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