Rounds in 10 minutes of:
5 kipping pull-ups
5 sit-ups
5 jumping squats
5 clapping push-ups

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  • Power snatch + overhead squat + mid-hang snatch– med weight x 5 sets
  • Mid-hang clean + push press + jerk – med weight x 5 sets

Rounds in 10 minutes of:
5 kipping pull-ups
5 sit-ups
5 jumping squats
5 clapping push-ups

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sarena 1 | 2008-02-04
Thanks to you both Greg, Aimee, espec Coach Izzy and the crew at CFNYC and others who have helped me on the way! I wanna do this for a long time now! I am hooked. Oh and the singlet wasnt bad at all :)
josh everett 2 | 2008-02-05
Congrats Sarena 1. burg warm-up 2. 40,50,50,60,60K 3. H.cln+PP+J: 60,70,80,90,100k rounds in 5 MINUTES (5min only per Dr. G's advice) 5 chins, 5 situps, 5 jump squats, 5 clap pushups 8 rounds
Evan Von Qualen 3 | 2008-02-05
Good work Sarena Warm up power snatch+ohs+hang sn. 40,50,60,60,63k HangCl+PP+splitjerk,40,50,60,70,80k 5+5+5+5 metcon 13rds. complete
Craig Snyder 4 | 2008-02-05
cfwux1 Burgx1 Power Snatch + OHS + Hang Snatch 85# x5 Hang Clean + Push Press + Jerk 115#x5 Met Con: 10 Minutes 5 Kipping pull ups 5 GHD sit ups 5 Jump Squats 5 Clapping push ups 10 rounds Definitely feeling yesterdays workout. I missed the x2 on the 5th rep of the snatch complex. I also had to press out the a couple of the jerks. I probably should have used 10lbs lighter weight on both.
David Aguasca 5 | 2008-02-05
The Pie 6 | 2008-02-05
Power Snatch+OHS+Hang snatch 115# x5 Hang Clean + Push Press + Jerk 145,165 x4 MetCon: 10 rounds and 1 clap push up.
andrew swartz 7 | 2008-02-05
PSn+OHS+HangSn 125lbs *5 Hang Cl+PP+J 205 *5 MetCon 12 1/4 rounds
ec 8 | 2008-02-05
nice work, sarena! sn complex - 75# cln complex - 95# metcon - 7 rounds. clapping push ups were very broken.
pd 9 | 2008-02-06
If she is actually "set" in this photo, shouldn't she get her chest up considerably?
Greg Everett 10 | 2008-02-06
PD - If you're referring to the extension of her spine itself, yes, I'd like to see absolute extension (extension from neck to sacrum). But that's a flexibility/mobility issue, not something you can correct overnight. If you're talking about the actual position of her torso, no. If she were to lift her chest more, it would force the hips down and the knees forward. That would place her shoulders behind the bar and the knees too far in front of it. In order for her to actually lift the bar past her knees, she'd have to either swing it around them, or pull her knees back out of the way, which would lift her hips and drop her chest and return her to this same position. Neither is desirable.
Allen Y 11 | 2008-02-06
February 6, 2008 foot mobility ~25m Shoulder WUw/8#DB's prone db restraction x3 Y's x 3 T's x 3 W's x 3 L's x 3 L's w/ external rotation x 3 scarecrows x 3 skiers x 3 rear flyes x 3 x-band walk - 6L/R Burgener WU - 45 x 1 snatch + overhead squat + mid-hang snatch - 45 x 2, 95 x 1, 95 x 1, 115 x 1, 115 x 1 (hit myself in the forehead, timing still a little off), 95 x 1, 95 x 1 (Full rest - 75 seconds) Mid-hang clean + push press + jerk 95 x 1R, 95 x 1L. 135 x 1L, 165 x 1R(slight pressout on jerk), 155 x 1R, 135 x 1 (full rest - 75 seconds) warmed up with 1:45 run to track 400m repeats w/1:30 rest - 1:42, 1:46, 1:49, 1:49 Notes: -Diesel Crew shoulder warmup -CA WOD - -First real workout since the 24th, the hope is that I will be able to get into the gym 4 times per week on a consistent basis. -1/2 mile - just a warmup while waiting for the Senior fitness class to let out so I can use the Oly stuff. -pushups - I'll be incorporating different variations or ring dips -CA WOD - 5FEB2008 -Sn + OHS +MHSn - Oops! I only just realized as I'm typing that I was supposed to do power snatches, I remember being kind of confused since I thought a snatch + OHS was kind of redundant. (Note to self - Learn to read) My timing was all over the place today, haven't snatched in weeks, my wrist hurt at first but after a few it loosened up a little I need to reemmber to ice it when I get home tonight. -MHCl + PP + jerk - My cleans were a bit off it feelt like I was jamming my wrist on the catch, and then my jerks were crappy -400m repeats - not bad
sarena 12 | 2008-02-06
I actually wrote in my blog after viewing this pic that my stance sucks!! I think I was just approaching the bar (as I recall) and would never have attempted a snatch from there!!
John Frazer 13 | 2008-02-06
Snatch complex: 65 x 5 reps Clean/PP/jerk complex: 95 x 5 reps Metcon: 4 rounds on time, 5 in 10:39. Kept missing a solid clap on the last 2 rounds. Got in lots of extra pushups trying.
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