40-30-20 reps for time of:
Push ball
Jumping ring pull-ups
Sit-ups" />

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  • Snatch - heavy single
  • Clean & jerk - heavy single
  • Back squat - heavy single

40-30-20 reps for time of:
Push ball
Jumping ring pull-ups
Sit-ups


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5 Comments
Andrew Makely 1 | 2009-05-02
31/5'10'/200 Snatch 180 (PR by 10!) If I could learn to pull under the bar, I might really impove C&J 235 (PR for 10 for the jerk portion) same comment as above BS 305 (best ass to ankles high bar squat yet- tired by then, I know I could that number up alot more if I was fresh) metcon 7:45 no target for ball just threw in air Gonna have to go of sugar and dairy for three weeks! This gonna suck! The kegarator in my garage gym beckons me.
Andrew Makely 2 | 2009-05-02
Im Only 30! No piont calling myself older than I am!
shawn 3 | 2009-05-02
36/5'10/205 snatch 100kg clean & jerk 120kg(90%) f.sqt 140kg (90%) metcon: wall balls/j.pullups/hlr 40-30-20 dips 3x10 (pump the chest and tri's up)
Jonathan 4 | 2009-05-02
Snatch: 145 (failed 155) C&J: 200 (failed jerk 210) 40-30-20 reps for time of Push Ball (12' target with 12# med ball) + Jumping Ring Pull Ups + Situps: 7:54. Form on situps went to crap, but push ball and jumpups were pretty good, except for a few dropped balls.
wireless internet providers 5 | 2009-07-25
Nice post love your work.
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