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Jocelyn front squat
Thursday December 2 2010

  • Power clean - (70% x 1, 75% x 1, 80% x 1) x 3
  • Snatch balance - heavy single

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Sam 1 | 2010-12-01
Thanks for the reply yesterday Greg. I have decent shoulder mobility, I'm not sure why I'm having the pain, the last thing is to go see a professional. Should I do additional assistance work for the split style?I'm thinking of doing bulgarian split squats. Thanks again.
Greg Everett 2 | 2010-12-01
Sam - Some unilateral work is a good idea, both for strengthening the split and for balancing strength and flexibility between the two sides. BSS are fine, just make sure you're hitting a similar bottom position.
Steve S. 3 | 2010-12-02
Clean - 155#; 167#; 180# Snatch Balance - 175# After reading Greg's comment on the Snatch Balance vs. Drop Snatch, I decided to go back to doing the full Snatch Balance. I had switched to drop snatches per advice from a coach to work on speed, but it appears that the Snatch Balance is equally as important. Question: for Saturday's workout, what type of deadlift are we maxing? Is there a particular variation that we should be doing, or is it our choice?
Greg Everett 4 | 2010-12-02
Steve - You choice of DL. In fact, if you want to do anything to a max, go for it, just do it after the squat.
Steve S. 5 | 2010-12-02
Thanks Greg!
Jeff 6 | 2010-12-02
warm up 3 rounds 5 DL (135#, 185#, 235#) 5 HSPU ("regular", parallettes, rings) PC: 135#, 145#, 155# SB: 150#(drop snatch) SPP: 155#, 175#, 195# Where was this comment on snatch balance v. drop snatch?
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