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A. 3 rounds (not for time)
30-40 double unders or 1 min practice
3-5 strict pull-ups- can’t do strict, work from top down- chin over bar 4 count down.
30 sec Hollow Rock
B. 5×3 Push Press- build to heaviest possible; rest as needed.
C. Push-ups- 2 sets for max reps; rest 2 minutes
D. 15 min max distance sled drag- 90/45 (2 plates men/1 plate women)
-every 3 minutes, beginning at 3:00, 20 burpees.
*Notes- sled drag 40yds down and back, stop every 3 min to perform 20 burpees. Take 3-5 min and quick cool down stretch after.
3 rounds (not for time)
10-12 C2B Pull-ups
45 sec Nose to wall handstand hold
40-50 Double Unders
B. 3 x 5 back squat- build to 5lbs heavier then last week.
C. 3 x 5 bench press- build to 5lbs heavier then last week.
D. 3 rounds for time of:
Run 400m (3,2,3 laps)
10 thrusters- 135/85
*rest 5 minutes then do:
5 minutes ME Airdyne for max Cals
*notes- we are in our 9th week of adding 5lbs to our squats, presses and pulling, if you fail at your heaviest attempt take 90% and work back up from that point. Quick 3-5 minute cool down stretch after.