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  • Snatch - 70% x 3; 75% x 2; 80% x 1 x 2; 75% x 1; 80% x 1
  • Clean & jerk - 70% x 3; 75% x 2; 80% x 1 x 2; 75% x 1; 80% x 1
  • Snatch shrug - 105% (of snatch) x 8 x 5
  • Back squat - 60% x 6; 65% x 6; 70% x 6; 75% x 4 x 2
  • Ab wheel - 3 x 15
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12 Comments
toomuch 1 | 2009-09-05
greg,i was wondering for back squat what is better to train o-lifts and build strength high bar or low bar?thank you
Rob 2 | 2009-09-05
High bar is usually the squat of choice for Oly lifting
Aimee 3 | 2009-09-05
toomuch-

we never low bar back squat in our gym or in our programming. We always just squat.
Greg Everett 4 | 2009-09-05
What's a low-bar back squat?
toomuch 5 | 2009-09-05
greg,low bar is the position of bar on the back,didnt know which i should do.thank you
Greg Everett 6 | 2009-09-05
I was kidding. I unfortunately know very well what a low bar back squat is.
toomuch 7 | 2009-09-05
after i wrote that,i thought u were,well i feel like a ass lol,but thank u for all your help.loving the workouts
ken c 8 | 2009-09-06
snatch 195 pr.
c & j 240 ties pr.
failed on the jerk at 245x3.
power clean 245 pr.
Brett 9 | 2009-09-06
Snatch - 130 x 3; 140 x 2; 150 x 1 x 2; 140 x 1; 150 x 1
Clean & jerk - 170 x 3; 185 x 2; 195 x 1 x 2; 185 x 1; 195 x 1
Snatch shrug - 195 x 8 x 5
Back squat - 200 x 6; 215 x 6; 235 x 6; 250 x 4 x 2
Brent 10 | 2009-09-06
Snatch - 135x3, 145x2, 155x1x2, 145x1, 155x1
C&J- 175x3, 185x2, 196x1x2, 185x1, 196x1
Snatch shrug - 201x8x5
Back Squat - 196x6, 212x6, 228x6, 245x4x2
Ab wheel - 3x15
Christopher 11 | 2009-09-07
[brought in a couple of elements from Fri due to miss workout]

sn: 95,100,105
c&j: 115,125,135
snpushpress: 95x1, 100x2
sshrug: 135x5x2
bs: 135,145,160,170
Andrew 12 | 2009-09-07
Snatch: 101, 110, 115, 110, 115
C&J: 140, 150, 160, 150, 160
Snatch Shrug: 155
Back Squat: 156, 170, 185, 200, 200
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