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  • Snatch drill of choice - pick a drill to work on your weakest point. 10 minutes or work; keep light
  • Snatch – 80% x 1 x 5
  • Clean & Jerk – 80% x 1 x 5

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Derek Simonds 1 | 2008-01-10
I am back after a nice one week of total rest. My body feels good really recovered but a little tight. Snatch drill Power Snatch, Snatch Balance, Snatch 61, 61, 81, 81, 81 Snatch up to 115 x 1 x 5 Clean & Jerk up to 145 x 1 x 5 Strength felt great but my timing was way off. I had to do this today as I will be in Auburn AL tomorrow with no ready access to O/Lifting. Looking forward to fun stuff on Saturday.
Dr. G 2 | 2008-01-11
Today's CA WOD: Joint mobility + scapular stability Extended snatch Burgener warmup, 3 reps, done with pipe then with 15kg bar Snatch (80% x 1 x 5): 52.5kg x 1 x 5 Clean & Jerk (80% x 1 x 5): 77.5kg x 1 x 5 I'm really beginning to like these 80% x 1 x 5 "rest" days! Great weight for working on form, and I don't feel drained afterwards.
Chad Brandt 3 | 2008-01-11
Warm-Up Movment Prep 15min Burgner warm-upx2 (1xPVC, 1x45# bar) 10min practice of: Power Snatchx3x3 3 Position Snatchx3x3 Hang Snatchx3x3 WOD Snatchx1x5 100# Clean&Jerkx1x5 116-120# Feeling a little better about these lifts. Have to fire my hips and traps more.
AW 4 | 2008-01-11
Snatch drill of choice - pick a drill to work on your weakest point. 10 minutes or work; keep light Snatch 80% x 1 x 5 (100#) Clean & Jerk 80% x 1 x 5 (130#)
John Messano 5 | 2008-01-11
Snatcher's choice: Tall Snatch 3 sets of 3 @ 75 Snatch 5 sets of 1 @ 115 C&J 5 sets of 1 @ 140
Scotty Hagnas 6 | 2008-01-11
Lifting at Peninsula Crossfit in Redwood City, CA today. Thanks, Saul! As this is my only day to lift this weekend, I did a hybrid of today's and Saturday's workouts. Snatch complex: Power snatch + hang snatch + snatch 75x1x1 Snatch: 105x1x1x1 (~80%) then 125x1 (95%) Felt good. C&J: 160x1x1 (80%); then 190x1 (95%) Clean felt good, pressed out the jerk a bit. Front Squat: 245x1x1 A few planche and planche pushup variations.
Gordo 7 | 2008-02-08
Worked High hang snatch + OHS + Sotts press Snatch 95lb x 1 x 5 C&J 140lb x 1 x 5 Cleans felt "off" today....
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