4 sets:
8 DB muscle snatch
Max consecutive pull-ups; 8 reps minimum/set
45 sec rest" />

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  • Power snatch - 75% x 2 x 3
  • Jerk - max for day; 80% of that x 2 x 2
4 sets:
8 DB muscle snatch
Max consecutive pull-ups; 8 reps minimum/set
45 sec rest


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8 Comments
Robert 1 | 2010-09-14
"max for the day; 80% 2x2". Does this mean find your max jerk for today then do 2 sets of 2? Thanks.
Greg Everett 2 | 2010-09-14
Robert - Jerk up to a max; then take 80% of that max and do 2 sets of 2 with it.
marcus 3 | 2010-09-14
Power Snatch 130#x2x3 Jerk Max for day upto 195# Then 160#x2x2 Conditioning 1 pood KB's instead of DB's pull ups 10, 10, 9, 8 in 4:30 I did this with no rest between sets on accident. All pull ups are kipping.
CW 4 | 2010-09-14
Power snatch - 75% x 2 x 3 83lb x 3 x 3 Jerk - max for day; 80% of that x 2 x 2 33 x warm up, 63 x 2, 83 x 2, 103 x 1, 123 x 1, 133 x 1, 143 x 1, 153 x fail. 113lb x 2 x 2
Gene 5 | 2010-09-14
Question: should I look for a Power Snatch 1rm? I just used 75% of my snatch today... Power Snatch 57kg x 2 x 3 Jerk 61-83-93-97(pr)-102(so close, but didn't fully lock out right arm) 83kg 2 x 2
Brad C. @ The Compound 6 | 2010-09-15
Power Snatch 180 x 2x3 Jerk max for the day: 275. Feeling slow and weak! Jerk 80%: 225 x 2x2. Skipped the metcon due to the need for some additional recovery.
Craig C. @ The Compound 7 | 2010-09-15
Power snatch - 75% x 2 x 3 @ 170 Snatch push press - 70% x 5@ 170, 75% x 5 @ 180, 80% x 5 x 2@ 195# *mixed with Thursday's workout so i could do SWAT training tomorrow 4 sets: 8 DB muscle snatch @ 44# KB's Max consecutive pull-ups; 8 reps minimum/set 45 sec rest 9:00 Rounds-pullups: 1- 9 strict 2,3,& 4- 4 strict/ 4 kip
Nick 8 | 2013-09-17
Power snatch NH/105 SA/100 NW/95 Jerk max/80% NH/175/140 SA215/175 NW195/155 NH 20#/sm band SA 25#/sm band NW 20#/6-2sb, 2&3sb, 4 mb NH & SA tabata abs Ab mat sit ups x 4 Plank holds x 4 Leg lift holds x 4
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