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  • Snatch - max for day
  • Clean & jerk - max for day
  • Back squat - max for day
4 sets:
10 1-Arm KB swing/arm
10 pull-ups


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Mikkel Højlund 1 | 2010-09-11
Snatch: up to 64kg - new PR C&J: up to 80kg - new PR (at least without press-out) Back squat: up to 140kg Conditioning: 10 KB swings 32kg 10 Pull-ups (kipping)
Brad C. @ The Compound 2 | 2010-09-11
Snatch: 225. Tied PR. Missed it twice before so I didn't want to try for a new PR today. Happy with 225 for the moment. Goal this cycle is 240. C&J: 275. Failed at 295 3 times. Old PR is 285, and my goal for this cycle is 315, so I have a lot of work to do. Back Squat: 405. High bar and butt to ankles, which is different then I usually squat (low bar). I'm okay with 405 for now. Conditioning: I used a 44# KB and pull ups were as follows: all 10 strict in the first round, 6 strict and 4 kipping in the second round, and 4 strict and 6 kipping in rounds three and four. Time was 6:33.
Craig C. @ The Compound 3 | 2010-09-11
Snatch - 205# (failed @ 225 x 4) Clean & jerk- 315# (up 20# from last week, up 10# on best clean) Back squat - 405# 4 sets: 10 1-Arm KB swing/arm @ 44# 10 pull-ups (rings) strict each set till failure 8:23
CW 4 | 2010-09-11
Made up Monday's workout today, added some volume. Snatch - 88lb x 1 x 5 missed the second one, didn't finish pull. Clean and Jerk: 113lb x 1 x 5. Missed the third, made it up. Sn Pull: 108lb x 3 x 3 Sn DL: 113lb x 3 x 3 Front Squat: 120lb x 3 x 5 with box jumps. Some pull ups at the end.
Mark V 5 | 2010-09-11
Snatch - 190 lbs. Clean and Jerk - 225 lbs. HB Back Squat - 295 lbs. PR on the snatch.
Gene 6 | 2010-09-11
Used today to practice warm-up attempts, and made 3 attempts like I'd do in competition. Snatch (pr is 76) 70-75-79(miss) I was feeling so good at 75 I tried to go big. I was very close, made 3 total attempts, but no quite there. C&J (pr is 95) 90(miss)-90-96(PR) I then attempted 101 for same reason and missed 1X. Back Squat (PR is 270#) 275-280-285-290 Lesson learned: 1kg PR is better than a miss. Next time I'll be a bit more conservative, cause I probably could have snatched 77!
jongb 7 | 2010-12-05
How long have I been saying i need some snatch coaching? SN-135 of course. CJ- 195, missed 206 BS- 405 then metcon as rx'ed.
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