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Wednesday 05.22.19

Warm-Up

A) 4 Rounds of:
250m Row
Rest 30 seconds
15 Ball Slams
Rest 30 seconds

B) 20-15-10-5:

Abmat Sit-Up
100m Run after every round of sit-ups

Strength

Weighted Pull-Ups

3 sets x 5 reps @ RPE 7

Strict Pull-Ups

3 sets x 8 reps @ RPE 7

Strength Tip

Build to an RPE of 7 for both the weighted pull-ups and the strict pull-ups. If pull-ups are challenging for you, scale to the most difficult pulling variation for 5 repetitions and then a less difficult variation for 8 repetitions.

In this set, we use the RPE chart to regulate the training intensity. The chart ranges from 1-10, with 1 being absolutely no effort, and 10 being a maximum effort.

Workout

Capacity

4 Rounds For Time:

10 Dumbbell Power Cleans, 50#/35#
200m Run

RX+: 70#/50#
RX: as is
AX: 35#/25#/

Workout Tip

AX – for masters athletes or novice athletes that want to move and have fun.
RX – most athletes that have training experience and want a little push!
RX+ – competitive athletes that want a little more dose.

Run: complete the run in 90 seconds or less, scale as needed.

Dumbbell Power Cleans: complete each set in 2 sets or less. Scale load as needed.

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Wednesday 05.22.19

Warm-Up

A) 4 Rounds of:
250m Row
Rest 30 seconds
15 Ball Slams
Rest 30 seconds

B) 20-15-10-5:

Abmat Sit-Up
100m Run after every round of sit-ups

Strength

Weighted Pull-Ups

3 sets x 5 reps @ RPE 7

Strict Pull-Ups

3 sets x 8 reps @ RPE 7

Strength Tip

Build to an RPE of 7 for both the weighted pull-ups and the strict pull-ups. If pull-ups are challenging for you, scale to the most difficult pulling variation for 5 repetitions and then a less difficult variation for 8 repetitions.

In this set, we use the RPE chart to regulate the training intensity. The chart ranges from 1-10, with 1 being absolutely no effort, and 10 being a maximum effort.

Workout

Capacity

4 Rounds For Time:

10 Dumbbell Power Cleans, 50#/35#
200m Run

RX+: 70#/50#
RX: as is
AX: 35#/25#/

Workout Tip

AX – for masters athletes or novice athletes that want to move and have fun.
RX – most athletes that have training experience and want a little push!
RX+ – competitive athletes that want a little more dose.

Run: complete the run in 90 seconds or less, scale as needed.

Dumbbell Power Cleans: complete each set in 2 sets or less. Scale load as needed.

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Tuesday 05.14.19

Warm-Up

A) 3 Rounds:

15 Russian Kettlebell Swings
10 Dumbbell Snatches
5 Ball Slams

B) 5 Rounds:

10 Single-Unders
10 Double-Unders
10 Sit-Ups
10 Knee Raises

Strength

Deadlift

[email protected] RPE 6
[email protected] RPE 7
[email protected] RPE 8×3 sets

Objective: build to an RPE of 8 for 3 sets of 3 repetitions with every weight jump. In this set, we use the RPE chart to regulate the training intensity. The chart ranges from 1-10, with 1 being absolutely no effort, and 10 being a maximum effort.

Workout

Capacity

10 Rounds of:

5 Dumbbell Deadlifts 50#/35#
5 Dumbbell Power Cleans 50#/35#
20 Double-Unders

Workout Tip

Dumbbell Movements: each round of dumbbell movements should be completed in unbroken sets. Scale as needed.

Double-Unders: you should not take more than 30 seconds on this station, scale to 40 singles if needed.

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Tuesday 05.14.19

Warm-Up

A) 3 Rounds:

15 Russian Kettlebell Swings
10 Dumbbell Snatches
5 Ball Slams

B) 5 Rounds:

10 Single-Unders
10 Double-Unders
10 Sit-Ups
10 Knee Raises

Strength

Deadlift

[email protected] RPE 6
[email protected] RPE 7
[email protected] RPE 8×3 sets

Objective: build to an RPE of 8 for 3 sets of 3 repetitions with every weight jump. In this set, we use the RPE chart to regulate the training intensity. The chart ranges from 1-10, with 1 being absolutely no effort, and 10 being a maximum effort.

Workout

Capacity

10 Rounds of:

5 Dumbbell Deadlifts 50#/35#
5 Dumbbell Power Cleans 50#/35#
20 Double-Unders

Workout Tip

Dumbbell Movements: each round of dumbbell movements should be completed in unbroken sets. Scale as needed.

Double-Unders: you should not take more than 30 seconds on this station, scale to 40 singles if needed.

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Tuesday 04.02.19

Warm-Up

A) 2 Rounds:

15 Calorie Row
12 Step Ups, 24”/20”
9 Push-Ups

B) EMOM x 6

Odd Minutes:
8 Shoulder Rolls
4 Burpees

Even Minutes:
4 Strict Press, with an empty bar
8 Ring Rows

Strength

Superset A and B then rest 3 minutes:

A.
Push Press
8-8-8-8

B.
Strict Pull-Up
8-8-8-8

Note: you should build to a weight that is challenging for the push press, yet you can perform unbroken sets of 8 repetitions every time you touch the bar. You will perform 8 push press followed by 8 strict pull-ups. After both movements are complete, rest 3 minutes.

Workout

4 Rounds for time:

8 Dumbbell Shoulder to Overhead
4 High Box Jumps, 30”/24”

Then,
4 Rounds of:

4 Dumbbell Power Cleans
8 Box Jumps, 24”/20”

AX: 35#/25#
RX:50#/35#
RX+: 70#/50#

Workout Tip

AX – for masters athletes or novice athletes that want to move and have fun.

RX – most athletes that have training experience and want a little push!

RX+ – competitive athletes that want a little more dose of the good stuff.

Dumbbell movements: you should be able to perform all DB movements in 2 sets or less. Scale the load as needed.

Box Jumps: the first series of box jumps, should be higher than your usual height for box jumps, even if it is only by one inch. The second round of box jumps will be at a height that you feel comfortable jumping to.

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Tuesday 04.02.19

Warm-Up

A) 2 Rounds:

15 Calorie Row
12 Step Ups, 24”/20”
9 Push-Ups

B) EMOM x 6

Odd Minutes:
8 Shoulder Rolls
4 Burpees

Even Minutes:
4 Strict Press, with an empty bar
8 Ring Rows

Strength

Superset A and B then rest 3 minutes:

A.
Push Press
8-8-8-8

B.
Strict Pull-Up
8-8-8-8

Note: you should build to a weight that is challenging for the push press, yet you can perform unbroken sets of 8 repetitions every time you touch the bar. You will perform 8 push press followed by 8 strict pull-ups. After both movements are complete, rest 3 minutes.

Workout

4 Rounds for time:

8 Dumbbell Shoulder to Overhead
4 High Box Jumps, 30”/24”

Then,
4 Rounds of:

4 Dumbbell Power Cleans
8 Box Jumps, 24”/20”

AX: 35#/25#
RX:50#/35#
RX+: 70#/50#

Workout Tip

AX – for masters athletes or novice athletes that want to move and have fun.

RX – most athletes that have training experience and want a little push!

RX+ – competitive athletes that want a little more dose of the good stuff.

Dumbbell movements: you should be able to perform all DB movements in 2 sets or less. Scale the load as needed.

Box Jumps: the first series of box jumps, should be higher than your usual height for box jumps, even if it is only by one inch. The second round of box jumps will be at a height that you feel comfortable jumping to.

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Monday 04.01.19

Warm-Up

A) 2 Rounds:

40 Single-Unders
20 Wall Balls, 20#/14#
10 Broad Jumps

B) For Quality not for time, 15-12-9 reps of:

Dumbbell Power Cleans, 35#/25#
Dumbbell Front Squats, 35#/25#

9-9-9:
Toes to Bar

Strength

EMOMx10:

2 Power Clean From Floor

Objective: start between 60-65% of 1RM, if you do not have an established 1RM, you should work with a weight which you can power clean with good mechanics. After each round add load to the bar.

Strength Tip

If your technique is not there yet with the clean from the ground, stay above the knees and master this position first before adding more range of motion. Make sure your weight is in the middle of the foot, and that your back is straight with your shoulders pinched back. From the ground lift the bar and receive the bar in the front rack position with the hip crease of above parallel.

Workout

“EMOMDAY”

Every 2 Minutes x 6 Rounds:

6 Power Snatch
30 Double-Unders

RX+:135#/95#
RX: 95#/65#
AX: 75#/55#

Workout Tip

AX – for masters athletes or novice athletes that want to move and have fun.
RX – most athletes that have training experience and want a little push!
RX+ – competitive athletes that want a little more dose of the good stuff.

Double Unders: you should complete all 30 double unders in 60 seconds or less, scale repetitions as needed.

Power Snatches: you should be able to complete all 6 repetitions unbroken.

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Friday 02.01.19

Warm-Up

A) Every 3 Minutes x 3 rounds:

20 Single-Unders
20 Double-Unders
10 Dumbbell Power Cleans
10 Knees-to-Elbows

B) Every 2 Minutes x 3 rounds:

(with an empty barbell)
3 Muscle Snatches, above the knee
3 Squat Snatches, above the knee
3 Squat Snatches, below the knee
3 Overhead Squats

Strength

Squat Snatch

3 sets x 3 reps

Note: build to a weight that is challenging for 3 reps, but yet that you can repeat for 3 sets. This should not be a grinding set of 3. You may use the percentages between 75-80% of your best snatch if you have a number from the last 6 months. Compare the load from last week.

Strength Tip

If athletes’ technique is not there yet with the snatch, stay above the knees and master this position first before adding more range of motion. Make Sure athletes weight is in the middle of the foot, and their back is straight with their shoulders pinched back. From the ground lift the bar and receive the bar in the overhead squat position with the hip crease of the athlete above parallel.

Workout

Capacity:

9 Power Cleans*
9 Front Squats
9 Shoulders-to-Overhead
90 Double-Unders
6 Power Cleans
6 Front Squats
6 Shoulders-to-Overhead
60 Double-Unders
3 Power Cleans
3 Front Squats
3 Shoulders-to-Overhead
30 Double-Unders

AX: 95#/65#
RX: 135#/95#
RX+: 185#/135#

Workout Tip

AX – for masters athletes or novice athletes that want to move and have fun.

RX – most athletes that have training experience and want a little push!

RX+ – competitive athletes that want a little more dose of the go

Power Clean: you should choose a load that is challenging on the bar that you can perform quick singles with.

Front Squat: you should choose a weight that you can complete in 2 sets or less.

Double-Unders: scale to single-unders x 2 the repetitions listed.

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Friday 02.01.19

Warm-Up

A) Every 3 Minutes x 3 rounds:

20 Single-Unders
20 Double-Unders
10 Dumbbell Power Cleans
10 Knees-to-Elbows

B) Every 2 Minutes x 3 rounds:

(with an empty barbell)
3 Muscle Snatches, above the knee
3 Squat Snatches, above the knee
3 Squat Snatches, below the knee
3 Overhead Squats

Strength

Squat Snatch

3 sets x 3 reps

Note: build to a weight that is challenging for 3 reps, but yet that you can repeat for 3 sets. This should not be a grinding set of 3. You may use the percentages between 75-80% of your best snatch if you have a number from the last 6 months. Compare the load from last week.

Strength Tip

If athletes’ technique is not there yet with the snatch, stay above the knees and master this position first before adding more range of motion. Make Sure athletes weight is in the middle of the foot, and their back is straight with their shoulders pinched back. From the ground lift the bar and receive the bar in the overhead squat position with the hip crease of the athlete above parallel.

Workout

Capacity:

9 Power Cleans*
9 Front Squats
9 Shoulders-to-Overhead
90 Double-Unders
6 Power Cleans
6 Front Squats
6 Shoulders-to-Overhead
60 Double-Unders
3 Power Cleans
3 Front Squats
3 Shoulders-to-Overhead
30 Double-Unders

AX: 95#/65#
RX: 135#/95#
RX+: 185#/135#

Workout Tip

AX – for masters athletes or novice athletes that want to move and have fun.

RX – most athletes that have training experience and want a little push!

RX+ – competitive athletes that want a little more dose of the go

Power Clean: you should choose a load that is challenging on the bar that you can perform quick singles with.

Front Squat: you should choose a weight that you can complete in 2 sets or less.

Double-Unders: scale to single-unders x 2 the repetitions listed.

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Wednesday 01.23.19

Warm-Up

A) 1 Round:

400m Row
10m Bear Crawl
10m Crab Walk
400m Row

B) 3 rounds:

10 Dumbbell Power Cleans
5 Dumbbell Thrusters
5 Strict Pull-Ups

Strength

Deadlift

6 sets x 3 reps

Note: build over the first four sets. The fourth set should be tough but submaximal, leaving one good rep in the tank. The fifth/sixth set is 10% lighter than the fourth. This is the second week of 3s, track your progress.

Strength Tip

Feet are in the athletic position, hip-width apart. Load your hamstrings before you engage the first pull. Athletes will lift the bar one inch off the ground for a 1-second pause then continue to lift the bar through the whole range of motion of a deadlift. Once the bar passes your knee, extend your hips forward and keep pulling the bar close to your body.

Workout

17.2 Open Workout

12 min AMRAP

2 Rounds of:

50ft Walking Lunge, 50#/35#
16 Toes-to-Bar
8 DB Power Cleans, 50#/35#

Then,
2 Rounds of:

50ft Walking Lunge, 50#/35#
16 Bar Muscle-Ups
8 Dumbbell Power Cleans, 50#/35#

Etc., alternating between toes-to-bars and bar muscle-ups every 2 rounds.

Workout Tip

Lunges: should be unbroken, scale load as needed.
Toes-to-Bar: scale to Knee raises if toes-ti-bar are challenging for you.
Power Cleans: should be in unbroken sets, scale load as needed.
Bar Muscle-Ups: scale to chest-to-bar pull-ups.

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Wednesday 01.23.19

Warm-Up

A) 1 Round:

400m Row
10m Bear Crawl
10m Crab Walk
400m Row

B) 3 rounds:

10 Dumbbell Power Cleans
5 Dumbbell Thrusters
5 Strict Pull-Ups

Strength

Deadlift

6 sets x 3 reps

Note: build over the first four sets. The fourth set should be tough but submaximal, leaving one good rep in the tank. The fifth/sixth set is 10% lighter than the fourth. This is the second week of 3s, track your progress.

Strength Tip

Feet are in the athletic position, hip-width apart. Load your hamstrings before you engage the first pull. Athletes will lift the bar one inch off the ground for a 1-second pause then continue to lift the bar through the whole range of motion of a deadlift. Once the bar passes your knee, extend your hips forward and keep pulling the bar close to your body.

Workout

17.2 Open Workout

12 min AMRAP

2 Rounds of:

50ft Walking Lunge, 50#/35#
16 Toes-to-Bar
8 DB Power Cleans, 50#/35#

Then,
2 Rounds of:

50ft Walking Lunge, 50#/35#
16 Bar Muscle-Ups
8 Dumbbell Power Cleans, 50#/35#

Etc., alternating between toes-to-bars and bar muscle-ups every 2 rounds.

Workout Tip

Lunges: should be unbroken, scale load as needed.
Toes-to-Bar: scale to Knee raises if toes-ti-bar are challenging for you.
Power Cleans: should be in unbroken sets, scale load as needed.
Bar Muscle-Ups: scale to chest-to-bar pull-ups.

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Saturday 11.24.18

Warm-Up

A) 1 Round:
400m Row

Then,
10-8-6-4-2:

Dumbbell Thrusters, 25#/15#
Dumbbell Snatches, 25#/15#

B) 2 Rounds with an empty bar:

4 Strict Press
4 Front Squats
4 Hang Squat Cleans

Strength

Squat Clean

3 sets x 3 reps @ 76% of the top weight of EMOMx18 single

EX: if an athlete lifted 100lbs for their top set of their EMOMx18, their weight would be 76lbs for their 3s.

Note: if athletes do not have a top weight for this movement, build to a weight that is moderately challenging but repeatable for 3 repetitions and 3 sets.

Strength Tip

If athletes’ technique is not there yet with the clean from the ground, stay above the knees and master this position first before adding more range of motion. Make sure athletes weight is in the middle of the foot, and their back is straight with their shoulders pinched back. From the ground, lift the bar and receive the bar in the front rack position in the bottom of the front squat.

Workout

Capacity:

4 Rounds For Time:

400m Run
15 Wall Ball, 20#/14# ‘
12 Dumbbell Power Clean*
9 Box Jumps, 24#/20#

AX:35#/25#
RX: 50#/35#

Workout Tip

AX – for masters athletes or novice athletes that want to move and have fun.

RX – most athletes that have training experience and want a little push!

Run – athletes should not take more than 2 minutes on the run scale distance as needed.

Wall Balls/DB Power Cleans: athletes should choose a load that they unbroken complete in unbroken sets. Scale as needed.

Box Jump: athletes should complete all box jumps in 40 seconds or less. Scale to step ups.

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