3 sets; no rest:
15 sprawl ball
10 DB chainsaw rows/arm" />

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Thursday June 23 2011

  • Power Snatch - 5RM; 95% x 5, 90% x 5
  • Snatch pull - 8RM, 95% x 8, 90% x 8
  • Hang muscle snatch - 5RM; 95% x 5, 90% x 5
3 sets; no rest:
15 sprawl ball
10 DB chainsaw rows/arm
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Andrew 1 | 2011-06-23
When combining exercises as in yesterdays workout, OHS + SPP, do you complete 4 OHS and then 4 SPP, or 4 x 1 OHS + 1 SPP. I feel like in typing this I am answering my own question and you do 4 OHS then 4 SPP. Thanks.
Michael K 2 | 2011-06-23
Andrew, You are right that you answered your own question: it is 4 OHS and then 4 SPP.
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