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  • Snatch - 100% x 1
  • Clean & jerk - 90% x 1 x 2
  • Front squat - 90% x 2 x 2
3 sets of:
  • A. Chin-ups - max reps
  • B. Hanging leg raise

Week 3B1
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Alex Europa 1 | 2008-09-29
Snatch Balance - Worked up to 160 x 2, felt solid Snatch - 145 x 1 (I guess Saturday's new PR wasn't a fluke!) Clean & Jerk - 185 x 1 x 2 Front Squat - 230 x 2 x 2 3 sets of: * A. Chin-ups - max reps (16, 14, 10) * B. Hanging leg raise (8, 8, 10)
Matt Wichlinski 2 | 2008-09-29
should we do all sets of A, then B? Or alternate between the two?
tommi k 3 | 2008-09-29
Snatch - 88.5kg PR!! C&J 90%x1x2 - 108.5kg Front squat ~90%x2x2 - 130kg Chin ups - 14,11,10
Greg Everett 4 | 2008-09-29
Matt - Alternate between A and B
Richard Vanmeerbeek 5 | 2008-09-29
Snatch : 80kg failed on the way up, one 10kg plate went sliding from the barbell, what followed was ugly. Lift was successful at least. Thanks to Greg's tips, I have to say that 80kg never felt so light. I wasn't used to catch the weight that high. Once I get that groove, loads will go up. Thanks a lot ! C&j : 92.5kg Front squat : 97.5kg x 2 x 10 Pull-ups (instead of chin-up, I misread)deadhang, wide grip : 17-14-14 Leg raise : 3 x 10
Jesse Woody 6 | 2008-09-29
Snatch- 180x1x1 C&J- 210x1x2 Front-Squat-250x1x2
ryan 7 | 2008-09-29
Snatch - 180 lbs x 1 C&J - 205 lbs x 1 x 2 Front Squat - 245 lbs x 2 x 2 My snatch started out really nice but the last one was really ugly. I caught it in a wide sumo squat. I tried again and got the same catch. Cleans felt good, jerks are better and the front squats were real nice. I keep running out of time and its pissing me off.
Eric Brandom 8 | 2008-09-29
M/23/6'1"/180 Snatch - 200, went up easy so i tried going for more but couldn't land with 205 C&J - 240 FS - 255 Chinups 24, 18, 21 HLR with 10lb weights 16, 15, 18
saulj 9 | 2008-09-29
1000M Row Burgener Warm-up w/dowel Bar Bell warm-up similar to video shown last week Muscle Sn 30Kg x 2 Power Sn 30Kg x 2 Muscle Sn 40Kg x 2 Power Sn 40Kg x 2 Muscle Sn 50Kg x 2 Power Sn 50Kg x 2 Snatch 60Kg, 65Kg, 70Kg, 72.5Kg (missed 70 and 72.5) C & J 60Kg x 2 x 2 C & J 70Kg x 1 C & J 77Kg x 2 x 2 FS 70Kg x 2 FS 80Kg x 1 FS 87Kg x 2 x 2 Chins and leg raises 20,20,20,8,10,10)
Jonathan 10 | 2008-09-29
Snatch: 140# x1 C&J: 170# x1x2 FS: 190# x2x2 3sets of: A. Chinups 13, 6, 5 B. Hanging leg Raise 3x10 Seated Calf 170# x8x3 Coach, Is it cool to clean the weights from the floor to the rack position for the FS? I was feeling a little skippy today and really enjoyed starting my FS this way.
Justin "Thor" 11 | 2008-09-29
Snatch: 165 lbs x1 (PR) C&J: 170lbs x1x2 FS: 265lbs x2x2 3sets of: A. Chinups 6,5,4 B. Hanging leg Raise 6,6,5
ken c 12 | 2008-09-29
44/6'1"/185 snatch 180 clean and jerk 220 front squat 275 deadlifts 3x3 365 385 405 failed at 185 snatch 3 times but i can get it soon. out of time for the pull ups and leg raises.
Greg Everett 13 | 2008-09-29
Jonathan - Yeah, but eventually you're going to be front squatting more than you can clean and it will no longer be an option.
saulj 14 | 2008-09-29
Oops, forgot to check the video first, my HLR were only an L not "toes-to-the-bar." Check the video next time...
Richard Thomas 15 | 2008-09-30
Front squats only: 90kg x 2 x 10 Getting back into it after a bad week, last week.
ADR 16 | 2008-09-30
Snatch: 135# x 1 x 2 C&J: 185# x 1 x 2 FS: 225lbs x 1 x 2 3 sets of: A. Chinups 10,10,10 B. Hanging leg Raise 10,10,10
Jody Woodland 17 | 2008-10-01
posting late SN - 155# CJ - 160# (misread as 80%) FS - 225# CU - 4/3/2 (still too heavy) HLR - 3 x 6
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