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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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Sunday 05.12.19

Warm-Up

A) Every 4 Minutes x 2:

200m Run
10 Wall Balls, 12#/10#
10 Empty Bar Deadlifts, 20”

B) 3 Rounds:

4 Strict Press, with an empty bar
8 Front Squats, with an empty bar
6/6 Kettlebell Windmill
16 Double-Unders

Workout

Capacity

“3 Dragons”

3 Rounds:

200m Run
10 Bench Press, 115#/75#
10 One-Legged Squats

3 Rounds:

200m Row
10 Power Cleans, 115#/75#
10 Front Squats, 115#/75#

3 Rounds:

40 Double-Unders
10 Burpees
10 Wall Balls, 20#/ 14#

RX+: 135#/95#
RX: 115#/75#
AX: 75#/55#. Walking lunges.

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.

This workout should only use one barbell. After you complete all 3 rounds of the bench press and one-legged squat station, take your bar off the rack and use it for the power clean portion. The weight on the bar for all the movements should be a load that you can complete 5 repetitions each time you see the bar. Scale as needed. If you can not complete one-legged squats, scale to walking lunges.

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Sunday 05.12.19

Warm-Up

A) Every 4 Minutes x 2:

200m Run
10 Wall Balls, 12#/10#
10 Empty Bar Deadlifts, 20”

B) 3 Rounds:

4 Strict Press, with an empty bar
8 Front Squats, with an empty bar
6/6 Kettlebell Windmill
16 Double-Unders

Workout

Capacity

“3 Dragons”

3 Rounds:

200m Run
10 Bench Press, 115#/75#
10 One-Legged Squats

3 Rounds:

200m Row
10 Power Cleans, 115#/75#
10 Front Squats, 115#/75#

3 Rounds:

40 Double-Unders
10 Burpees
10 Wall Balls, 20#/ 14#

RX+: 135#/95#
RX: 115#/75#
AX: 75#/55#. Walking lunges.

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.

This workout should only use one barbell. After you complete all 3 rounds of the bench press and one-legged squat station, take your bar off the rack and use it for the power clean portion. The weight on the bar for all the movements should be a load that you can complete 5 repetitions each time you see the bar. Scale as needed. If you can not complete one-legged squats, scale to walking lunges.

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Tuesday 04.30.19

Warm-Up

A) 1 round:

200m Run
10m High Knees
10m Butt Kicker
10m Walking Lunge
200m Run

B) 3 Rounds:

20 Double-Unders
15 Ring Rows
10 Step-Ups, on a “high” box

Strength

Back Squat

[email protected] RPE 6
[email protected] RPE 7
[email protected] RPE 8 x 2

Objective: build to an RPE of 8 for 2 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.

Strength Tip

Keep your midsection tight and send your butt slightly back and down. Avoid letting your back round, maintain thoracic extension and only squat as low as proper form allows. Weight should be in the middle of your foot as you reach the bottom – and as you come up from the bottom of the squat.

Workout

Capacity

For Time:

20 Box Jumps, 30″/24″
40 Pull-Ups
80 Wall Ball, 20#/14#
160 Double-Unders

Workout Tip

Box Jumps: you should choose a height that is challenging for you. Scale the height as needed.

Pull Ups: you should complete all 40 pull-ups in 3 minutes or less, scale repetitions as needed.

Wall Balls: you should complete all repetitions in 4 minutes or less, scale as needed.

Double-Unders: you should complete all repetitions in 4 minutes or less, scale as needed. If needed, scale to 2x for singles.

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Tuesday 04.30.19

Warm-Up

A) 1 round:

200m Run
10m High Knees
10m Butt Kicker
10m Walking Lunge
200m Run

B) 3 Rounds:

20 Double-Unders
15 Ring Rows
10 Step-Ups, on a “high” box

Strength

Back Squat

[email protected] RPE 6
[email protected] RPE 7
[email protected] RPE 8 x 2

Objective: build to an RPE of 8 for 2 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.

Strength Tip

Keep your midsection tight and send your butt slightly back and down. Avoid letting your back round, maintain thoracic extension and only squat as low as proper form allows. Weight should be in the middle of your foot as you reach the bottom – and as you come up from the bottom of the squat.

Workout

Capacity

For Time:

20 Box Jumps, 30″/24″
40 Pull-Ups
80 Wall Ball, 20#/14#
160 Double-Unders

Workout Tip

Box Jumps: you should choose a height that is challenging for you. Scale the height as needed.

Pull Ups: you should complete all 40 pull-ups in 3 minutes or less, scale repetitions as needed.

Wall Balls: you should complete all repetitions in 4 minutes or less, scale as needed.

Double-Unders: you should complete all repetitions in 4 minutes or less, scale as needed. If needed, scale to 2x for singles.

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Friday 04.26.19

Warm-Up

A) 1 Round:

10m Broad Jumps
10m Butt Kickers
10m High Knees
10 Air Squats

B) 9-6-3 reps of:

Muscle Clean, at mid shin

10-10-10 reps of:

Russian Swings

Strength

EMOMx12 minutes

2 Power Cleans, from floor

Objective: start with 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

Every 3 Minutes x 6 Rounds:

6 Hang Squat Cleans, 135#/95#
12/10 Calorie Row
24 Double-Unders

Workout Tip

Cleans: choose a weight that you can complete in 1 unbroken set. The goal is to get on the rower quick! Scale the load as needed.

Row: sprint this station and complete all 12/10 calories in 60 seconds or less. Scale as needed.

Double-Unders: complete all repetitions in 30 seconds or less, scale repetitions as needed.

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Tuesday 04.23.19

Warm-Up

A) 2 Rounds:

200m Row
15 Air squats
10 Lunges

B) 3 Rounds:

9 Wall Balls, 20#/14#
15 Knee Raises
21 Double-Unders

Strength

Front Squat

Heavy 8
Then 3 sets x 8 reps at 90% of heaviest 8 rep

Objective: build to a heavy 8 rep squat. Then take 10% off that number and perform the designated number of sets for 8 repetitions.

Strength Tip

Grab the bar in your clean grip or in a front rack position. Keep your midsection tight and send your knees slightly forward. Avoid letting your back round, maintain thoracic extension and only squat as low as proper form allows. Weight should be in the middle of your foot as you reach the bottom – and as you come up from the bottom of the squat. When you initiate the drive up form the bottom drive with your elbows up!

Workout

Capacity

7 Minute AMRAP:

28 Double-Unders
14 One-Legged Squats

– 90 Second Rest

3 Minutes AMRAP:

Max Wall Balls, 20#/14#

Workout Tip

Double-Unders: you should be able to complete all repetitions in 1 minutes or less, scale as needed.

One Legged Squat: if you cannot perform one-legged squats, scale the movement to walking lunges.

Wall Balls: you should choose a weight that you can complete sets of 10 repetitions each time you pick up the wall ball!

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Sunday 04.21.19

Warm-Up

A) 3 Rounds:

30 Single-Unders
20 seconds Sprint Row
10 Step-Ups
10 Push-Ups

B) Every minute x 4 rounds:

12 Air Squats
6 Wall Balls, 14#/12#
3 Box Jumps, 20”

Workout

For Time:

400m Run

Then,
40-30-20-10:

Wall Ball, 20#/14#

80-60-40-20:

Double-Unders

Then,

400m Run

Then,
20-15-10-5:

Burpee Box Jump, 24″/20″
Bench Press

Then,
400m Run

RX+: 155#/105#
RX: 135#/95#
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.

Wall Balls/Double-Unders: you should be able to complete the first set of wall balls in 4 sets or less, the 2nd set of wall balls in 3 sets or less, the 3rd set of wall balls in 2 sets or less, and the fourth set of wall balls in 1 set. If double-unders need scaling, scale to 2x the repetitions for singles

Bench Press: the repetitions on the bench should be a load that you do not need to break up any of the sets in more than 3 sets.

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Friday 04.26.19

Warm-Up

A) 1 Round:

10m Broad Jumps
10m Butt Kickers
10m High Knees
10 Air Squats

B) 9-6-3 reps of:

Muscle Clean, at mid shin

10-10-10 reps of:

Russian Swings

Strength

EMOMx12 minutes

2 Power Cleans, from floor

Objective: start with 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

Every 3 Minutes x 6 Rounds:

6 Hang Squat Cleans, 135#/95#
12/10 Calorie Row
24 Double-Unders

Workout Tip

Cleans: choose a weight that you can complete in 1 unbroken set. The goal is to get on the rower quick! Scale the load as needed.

Row: sprint this station and complete all 12/10 calories in 60 seconds or less. Scale as needed.

Double-Unders: complete all repetitions in 30 seconds or less, scale repetitions as needed.

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Tuesday 04.23.19

Warm-Up

A) 2 Rounds:

200m Row
15 Air squats
10 Lunges

B) 3 Rounds:

9 Wall Balls, 20#/14#
15 Knee Raises
21 Double-Unders

Strength

Front Squat

Heavy 8
Then 3 sets x 8 reps at 90% of heaviest 8 rep

Objective: build to a heavy 8 rep squat. Then take 10% off that number and perform the designated number of sets for 8 repetitions.

Strength Tip

Grab the bar in your clean grip or in a front rack position. Keep your midsection tight and send your knees slightly forward. Avoid letting your back round, maintain thoracic extension and only squat as low as proper form allows. Weight should be in the middle of your foot as you reach the bottom – and as you come up from the bottom of the squat. When you initiate the drive up form the bottom drive with your elbows up!

Workout

Capacity

7 Minute AMRAP:

28 Double-Unders
14 One-Legged Squats

– 90 Second Rest

3 Minutes AMRAP:

Max Wall Balls, 20#/14#

Workout Tip

Double-Unders: you should be able to complete all repetitions in 1 minutes or less, scale as needed.

One Legged Squat: if you cannot perform one-legged squats, scale the movement to walking lunges.

Wall Balls: you should choose a weight that you can complete sets of 10 repetitions each time you pick up the wall ball!

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Sunday 04.21.19

Warm-Up

A) 3 Rounds:

30 Single-Unders
20 seconds Sprint Row
10 Step-Ups
10 Push-Ups

B) Every minute x 4 rounds:

12 Air Squats
6 Wall Balls, 14#/12#
3 Box Jumps, 20”

Workout

For Time:

400m Run

Then,
40-30-20-10:

Wall Ball, 20#/14#

80-60-40-20:

Double-Unders

Then,

400m Run

Then,
20-15-10-5:

Burpee Box Jump, 24″/20″
Bench Press

Then,
400m Run

RX+: 155#/105#
RX: 135#/95#
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.

Wall Balls/Double-Unders: you should be able to complete the first set of wall balls in 4 sets or less, the 2nd set of wall balls in 3 sets or less, the 3rd set of wall balls in 2 sets or less, and the fourth set of wall balls in 1 set. If double-unders need scaling, scale to 2x the repetitions for singles

Bench Press: the repetitions on the bench should be a load that you do not need to break up any of the sets in more than 3 sets.

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