For time:
Kipping pull-ups - as many consecutive as possible
Row - for as many calories as pull-ups in this round (up to 25)
Repeat until reaching a total of 60 pull-ups or a max of 8 minutes" />

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  • Snatch high-pull + muscle snatch - 70% (of MS) x 4 sets
  • 3-position snatch (floor, knee, mid-thigh) - 70% x 5 sets
  • Power jerk + jerk - 75% (of jerk) x 4 sets

For time:
Kipping pull-ups - as many consecutive as possible
Row - for as many calories as pull-ups in this round (up to 25)
Repeat until reaching a total of 60 pull-ups or a max of 8 minutes
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Erik R 1 | 2009-07-14
During the summer months I am usually free all weekdays to workout but will miss quite a few Saturdays. Should I do the regular weekly days as they come up and leave the Saturdays off, or should I substitute a typical Saturday max day once during the week?
cory 2 | 2009-07-14
Pretty brutal training session today...I'm not sure why but this one was particularly hard
Greg Everett 3 | 2009-07-14
Erik - You can try doing 5 days in a row and taking sat/sun off, but it may be pretty rough. I would either try that (i.e. move Sat to Fri), or replace Tues with Wed, rest Wed, do Thu, so Sat on Fri.
Steve H 4 | 2009-07-14
I am new to the website and have started to do some of the workouts. I noticed that the last 2 + tomorrow's workout includes allot of the same body parts involved. This is different than what I am used to can anyone explain the benefits. Do your muscles have time to recoop? Does everyone have a difficult time repeating movements day after day or does this muscle fatigue wear off after time once you have started to get more accustom to the workouts? Before anyone reply's I understand that they are supposed to be tough and your muscles will get fatigued but I had a hard time doing any shoulder movements today and I noticed clean pulls on the menu tomorrow. Sorry just newby questions.
Justin VanBeek 5 | 2009-07-14
Tall Snatch... 5 X 1... Worked up to 128 Full Clean + Rack Jerk 90% 286 90% 294 1-242 1- 252 2-252 2- 257 3-257 3- 264 4-262 4- 270 Front Squat 3X3 @ 95% 1- 260 2- 275 3- 275 X 2 Strongman Work.....
Joe 6 | 2009-07-14
I think Jolie is the only person to place in the top 10 all 3 years, not just the only woman. Congratulations
Danny B 7 | 2009-07-15
Congratulations Jolie!
Robb Wolf 8 | 2009-07-15
Nothing but mad love and respect for Jolie. Great Job girl!
Kyle 9 | 2011-06-22
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