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  • Muscle snatch - work quickly up to a heavy single
  • Snatch (60% x 1, 65% x 1, 70% x 1) x 3
  • Jerk - max for day
Max sets in 5 minutes:
5 sandbag cross-body shoulder/side
10 sandbag bent row
10 sandbag shoulder-to-shoulder push press
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Mike Maruffi 1 | 2010-10-12
Muscle snatch - 70kg Snatch - (65kg x 1, 70kg x 1, 75kg x 1) x 3 Jerk - 120kg
Drew Canavero 2 | 2010-10-12
weight in # muscle snatch - 132 snatch - (143 x 1, 154 x 1, 165 x 1) x 3 jerk - 337 lb (missed 352 lb) -jerks were off today. encouraging that i still managed 337 lb (PR 343 lb).
CW 3 | 2010-10-12
Muscle snatch - work quickly up to a heavy single Worked to 78lb Snatch (60% x 1, 65% x 1, 70% x 1) x 3 68lb, 73lb, and 78lb. Jerk - max for day Worked to 143lb Conditioning: 30lb SB, 4 rounds.
Jeff 4 | 2010-10-12
MS: 105 snatch: 87, 101.5, 110 jerk: 185 Not a good day, probably because I didn't warm up enough. conditioning: 2 rounds + 2 shoulders Forgot to go cross-body on the shoulders. Just made a 75# water ball, so I used that. Otherwise, a 35-50# sandbag probably would have been a better idea.
Mike t. 5 | 2010-10-12
Muscle snatch: 65 Snatch: 65, 70, 75. Hit 85 at the end for a single. Jerk: 120. Think I could have hit higher. Got one of those awesome rips that posts up under the skin and you can feel it? It ripped on the last set. I'm psyched.
Brian V 6 | 2010-10-12
Muscle Snatch 120# Snatch 110, 120, 130 Jerk 227# Snatches seemed fast!
Alfred "Skinny Guy" 7 | 2010-10-13
M.Snatch-125# Snatch-105#,110#,120# Jerk-MFD-230# (Failed 235#) Conditioning: 3rds + 5 Shoulder to shoulder push press (F-ing heavy sandbag, have no idea what it's weight is. I need to get a shell for sandbag workouts, not having an actual spot to grab the bag sucks & I'm tired of wasting all my duct tape.)
Rob S 8 | 2010-10-18
Muscle Snatch 135# Snatch 95, 115, 135 Jerk 205, missed 225 3 rounds + 10 sandbag to shoulder
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