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Kari getting ready to snatch
Wednesday June 20 2012

  • Front Squat - 65% x 2 x 5
  • Clean Pull - 85% (of clean) x 3 x 2, 90% x 3 x 2
  • Halting Clean Deadlift (mid-thigh) - 75% (of clean) x 3 x 3
  • Good Morning - 3 x 5

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krys 1 | 2012-06-20
95 2x5 95 2x3 102 2x3 85 3x3 rdl's because good mornings scare me 80 3x5
Alex 2 | 2012-06-20
What is the schedule here? Tomorrow will be day 4 of working out. When are the rest days and is there a template to the schedule?
Chris 3 | 2012-06-20
@Alex - you can get a sneak peak at the coming week using the "Text Only" link to the right. Rest days this week are Friday and Sunday, and I'm looking forward to them :)
Alex 4 | 2012-06-20
Thanks Chris.... Is there any issues with me doing 3/1-2/1 in order to get the rest sooner and be more recovered for the next 2 days? I work a fire schedule and I need to have somewhat of a structured program. I rather do majority of my WODs at home so I don't get interrupted with calls. Any ideas or templates about there to follow this program? Thanks to all.
Steve Pan 5 | 2012-06-21
I'm not sure what you mean by "3/1-2/1 in order" If you need to plan ahead there is a Training Cycles tab at the right that will show different cycles that you can adjust the on and off days to work with your schedule.
Alex 6 | 2012-06-21
3on 1off 2on 1off for the week instead of 4on 1off 1on 1off. Would this be a big deal or is there a reason for the structure that I will be missing. Thanks.
Greg Everett 7 | 2012-06-25
Alex - Yes, there is a reason the days are programmed as they are. You can try changing the schedule, but it won't work as well.
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