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  • Front squat - 78% x 3 x 5
  • Snatch pull - 103% (of snatch) x 3 x 3
  • Rack jerk - heavy single
For time:
50 m sprint
15 burpees
50 m sprint
10 burpees
50 m sprint
5 burpees

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mark a 1 | 2009-02-18
When I see elite Oly lifters it looks like they are bouncing out of the bottom. I can do this with a low bar back squat when my hamstrings are tight, but when doing a front squat i feel like I'm static in the bottom. Is there a common fix for this?
EricB in IL 2 | 2009-02-18
Question for Greg or anyone else, Is there an ideal ratio of one's clean weight to DL weight? I maxed out at 400lbs on DL a couple of weeks ago, and last night for the CF WOD I maxed out at 225 for the clean. Is this a good ratio, or with improved clean technique should my clean weight be higher? Thanks in advance for your answer.
Greg Everett 3 | 2009-02-18
Mark - If you're static/have no hamstring tension in the bottom, you're collapsing down there. Stay tight - just because you're going full depth doesn't mean you can release the tension on your muscles.
Greg Everett 4 | 2009-02-18
Eric - Totally depends on what you're training for. If you're a weightlifter, you should expect your clean to be a much higher percentage of your deadlift; if you're a generalist or other athlete, you'll have a larger gap. So for the latter, you're OK. For a weightlifter, I'd want to see that clean a bit higher.
ADR 5 | 2009-02-18
Front squat - 78% x 3 x 5 - 195# Snatch pull - 103% (of snatch) x 3 x 3 - 195# Rack jerk - heavy single - 205# For time: 50 m sprint 15 burpees 50 m sprint 10 burpees 50 m sprint 5 burpees 2:30 It's raining outside so I changed the 50m run to 3x50ft suicides. Not fun.
Matt H. 6 | 2009-02-18
Front Squat: 225x3x5 Snatch Pull: 180x3x3 Rack Jerk: 225x1 235x0 a little greedy. Metcon: Subbed 60 burpees = 4:49
Chris B 7 | 2009-02-18
37/m/180/5'9" FS: 225x3x5 SP: 219x3x3 RJ: 260 Metcon: 10-1 65#DB Bench Press/135# Power Clean 8:34
Rossi 8 | 2009-02-19
FS - 245X3X5 SnPull - 190x3X3 RJ - 245 MetCon: 3:33....lot harder then I expected.
Andrew Wilson 9 | 2009-02-24
70 72 82.5
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