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  • Muscle snatch - heavy single
  • 3-position snatch (floor, knee, mid-thigh) - 65% x 3 sets
  • 3-position clean & jerk (floor, knee, mid-thigh) - 65% x 3 sets

3 rounds for time of:
100 m sprint
10 burpees
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25 Comments
Aimee 1 | 2008-10-13
That is my client Don! That was a PR clean & jerk for him at 95kg! He has since cleaned 100, barely missing the jerk... and only a week later!
Alex Europa 2 | 2008-10-14
Muscle snatch - 145 (20-lbs PR!), 155 (with a very slight knee bend) 3-position snatch (floor, knee, mid-thigh) - 100 x 3 sets 3-position clean & jerk (floor, knee, mid-thigh) - 135 x 3 sets No MetCon for me tonight - soccer instead.
tommi k 3 | 2008-10-14
M.Sn. - 71kg 3-pos.Sn. - 61kg 3-pos.C&J - 78.5kg 3rounds of: stair sprint(52 stairs) 10burpees jog back down 3mins.
Richard Vanmeerbeek 4 | 2008-10-14
M Sn - 70kg PR 3 pos sn - 60kg 3 pos c&j - 70kg 3 rounds for time 100m sprint (33m back & forth) 10 burpees ==> 2'20"
Gregory L. Johnson 5 | 2008-10-14
Greg/Aimee, for the next three weeks I will only be able to workout on the weekends. What is the best approach for me to take for maintenance until I can jump back into the WOD? Should I just do the M & T WOD?
Greg Everett 6 | 2008-10-14
Gregory - I'd snatch and clean & jerk to heavy singles; then front squat to a heavy single, switch to back squat for a heavy single (i.e. let's say you FS up to 100kg x 1. take your normal rest, then back squat 100 x 1, then keep going up from there until you hit your heavy single BS).
BK 7 | 2008-10-14
Greg, I would like to get on board your program tomorrow and give it a good run through this cycle.I have been crossfitting solid for 9 months and I am looking for a new challenge ,plus I would like to get bloody explosive. Question, rest periods, is it do ya best and see how you feel or a desired break. Great meeting you on the weekend ,I learnt plenty off ya . (I am the Aussie Rugby League guy from the cert) cheers mate Ben
Tony Springman 8 | 2008-10-14
Nice to read something by Matt Foreman, good article. I always read Matt's posts from the early Oly forums and never knew he started in pling. After oling for several years, did he not go back to powerlifting? I thought I saw some results from a few meets(pacific northwest) that he had entered or maybe it was a different M Foreman. Interesting to read about that transformation also.
Greg Everett 9 | 2008-10-14
Ben - For the rest periods, just take what you feel you need - 2-4 min or so. Good to meet you too - have fun with the training.
saulj 10 | 2008-10-14
Missed Monday workout so combined: Muscle snatch - 55kg 3-position sn - 47kg x 3 (harder than they looked on paper) 3-position c&j - 57kg x 3 Back squat - 95kg x 3 x 5 (went better than I thought) Snatch deadlift - 80kg x 3 x 3 Push press - 70kg x 3 x 1 (brain fart) then 70kg x 2 x 5 Will probably do Wednesdays workout on Thursday. This should put me in a good place for Saturday and Sunday. Looking forward to the seminar.
Eric Brandom 11 | 2008-10-14
M/23/6'1"/180 MS - 160# 3 pos snatch 135 3 pos c&j 165 Metcon: 1:59 those sprints killed
David Stout 12 | 2008-10-14
Muscle snatch - 105# 3-position snatch (floor, knee, mid-thigh) - 80# 3-position clean & jerk (floor, knee, mid-thigh) - 100# Notes: No metcon today. I will add the metcons in 1-2 weeks once I acclimate to the lifting.
ken c 13 | 2008-10-14
44/6'1"/185 muscle snatch 175 snatch 125 clean and jerk 165 pouring down rain so couldn't get to the track to do the metcon. did the crossfit wod instead. 11:10
TT 14 | 2008-10-14
i'm a day off, did yesterdays workout today bs 60kx3x6 (on swords squat program) sn dl 57k 3x3 pp 42kx5x2 sit-up 10k 3x10 reverse chops 15lbs 3x8 each side pull-ups tomorrow stretch haven't been on your workouts for a while. good to be back!
ADR 15 | 2008-10-14
M/26/5'10"/170 MS - 115# 3 pos snatch 95# 3 pos c&j 135# Metcon: 3:00 I'm working on keeping my weight on my heels!
Anna 16 | 2008-10-14
CA!? Sweet! I'll just have to run it by Army... muscle snatch 100# snatch 85# clean and jerk 100#
Jonathan 17 | 2008-10-14
MS: 140# 3 Pos Snatch (floor, knee, midthigh): 95# x3sets 3 Pos Clean (floor, knee, midthigh): 120# x3sets MetCon 3:47 I bought a crossfit hd bar and used it for the first time today. Let me just tell ya, AMAZING difference, for the good. I have been using 32 mm powerbars with no flex and no spin. The lifts were smoother and my thumb actually stayed put in my hook grip. It was actually hard to keep the bar from rolling out of my hands in the clean position, but this is a nice problem to have. I can only imagine what a really good weightlifting bar would be like?
Jesse Woody 18 | 2008-10-14
3pos. Snatch: 125#x3 sets one muscle snatch at 125# (forgot about it at the beginning :p) 3pos. Clean: 165#x3 sets Worked about 15-20 reps of 95# snatches with Anil throughout the evening working on knees-out form. Sore as hell from yesterday too.
Justin "Thor" 19 | 2008-10-14
At Lost Battalion to begin training there for a while... $100 for a year has to be the best bargain in NYC. Anyways, who knew I could work so hard doing light snatches and cleans from the high hang and working on pulling from the floor properly? Big props to Greg and Aimee because coach Dreschler said Leslie and I didnt look too bad and thats directly related to the seminar, dvd, and book. So thanks again.
SD_Mikey 20 | 2008-10-14
Nice job Don!
Tim 21 | 2008-10-14
hey got the link for this site from the crossfit board, like the Oly lifting and circuits that is what im looking for. So here is my first attempt at the WOD here MS: 50, 55,60,65,70(miss) 3 pos sn: 50,55,60 3 pos cj: 60,65,70 I didnt have a place to do sprints so I did 500m rowing sprints 500m:2:06 500m:2:05 500m:2:10 5 burpees 5 burpees 5 burpees I could of done more burpees but I was taking it easy since im not used to circuits, live and learn I guess.
Aimee 22 | 2008-10-15
Thor! That is fabulous! Good job. Glad to see your training is going so well. Tell Leslie I said hello! Everyone is training over at LBH! How fun. maybe I should move to the east coast!
Jody Woodland 23 | 2008-10-15
Did Mon and Tues today. MSN - 135# 3P SN - 105# 3P CJ - 135# BS - 300# SN DL - 185# PP - 165# ran out of time for abs and metcon (was pretty tired anyway!)
Richard Thomas 24 | 2008-10-18
3 Pos Snatch: 50kg 3 Pos Clean: 65kg
Jason Boag 25 | 2008-10-21
MS: 140 PR 3 pos SN: 115 3 pos C&J: 145 Metcon 2:37
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