A) 45 min clock
Build to heavy 1 rep clean from blocks(bumpers lol)
Build to heavy 1 rep split jerk from rack
build to heavy 1 rep clean and jerk from blocks
Every 2 minutes for 14 minutes
3 muscle ups
2 heavy atlas stone to shoulder
1 legless rope climb
What should you do about rest days? Just an FYI I do believe in rest days. I program 5 days here because it’s easy. But if you miss a comp day because you needed some mid week rest, then just make it up at the end of the week. Or if you train solo just pick up where you left off.
But don’t always rest when you feel li…
A) tabata handstand walk
B) strength work
Bent over barbell row
5×10 (all heavy)
B) midline accessory work
(not for time)
15 ghds+15 abmat sit-ups x 4
C) 50 burpees+50 KB swings 70/53
A) :40 on :20 off until completion-
150 wall balls @ 10′ 20/14
90 double unders
30 muscle ups
(6 min cap on the muscle up portion. Still :40 on :20 off)
B) easy 2 mile run w/four :20 sprints to put in at your discretion.
Do this pre or post class WOD. No matter.
A)14 min EMOM
Even) row 20/16 cal
Odd) 12/9 Toes to Bar
B) Halting Snatch
1-1-1-1-1-1(every 2 min+/-)
Halt/stop at just below the knee. Then catch in a full squat.
Class workouts should be done as often as possible. Competition training is for those of us that are sleeping enough, have figured out their nutrition, and are taking proper supplements (Fish Oil and Progenex at least).
If you are following this and are doing the bare minimum you’ll get burnt very quickly. If you follow this training and more you’ll never see the results you want.
I say this not to discourage, but to encourage. Encourage you to eat right, go to bed a little earlier, or focus more. Do this and you’ll see results.
B) power snatch+hang power snatch
Snatch grip PP