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Old 11-12-2013, 11:34 AM   #21
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The OHS is a great movement. If you do them in higher reps, they actually end up working your abs a lot.

During that metcon I was breathing really hard at the end of each round. Granted, we got two minutes rest between rounds, but I started sweating like mad in round three.

I can do double unders but not reliably.

And yes, I did 103 in six minutes, but that workout had a total of ten minutes if rest. It's not the same as six straight minutes. I was flying through them...and trying to put up bigger #s to shut up one of the coaches I like to talk trash with.


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I'm doing OHS at 115, do you find yourself tilting your head down at the bottom? I'm locking elbows, keeping weight as far back as I can go, but my head wants to look down.
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I'm doing OHS at 115, do you find yourself tilting your head down at the bottom? I'm locking elbows, keeping weight as far back as I can go, but my head wants to look down.
that's what happens to me.
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I'm doing OHS at 115, do you find yourself tilting your head down at the bottom? I'm locking elbows, keeping weight as far back as I can go, but my head wants to look down.
Without seeing you do it, it might mean you're tilting your torso too far forward, making that the obvious position for your head. It also puts more strain on your shoulders.
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I don't see what is ridiculous by robbing with a sword.A sword in one od the most lethal wepon !!!

It's more easy to kill with a sword than with a gun.

A sword is more frightening than toy-looking gun like glock.

robbing with a sword is a good thing
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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Every minute on the minute for 15 minutes (135lbs)
1 hang clean
1 lunge left
1 lunge right
1 push press

Kettlebell stability stuff... arm bars, halos, windmills.

Bodyweight test...hard to explain. 20 min AMRAP.
Round 1: 1 pull up, 2 push ups, 3 sit ups
Round 2: 2 pull ups, 4 push ups, 6 sit ups
Round 3: 3 pull ups, 6 push ups, 9 sit ups
...
Round 10: 10 pull ups, 20 push ups, 30 sit ups

Then back down.

I made it all the way through and then got all the pull ups, all the push ups, and 1 sit up on Round 9 on the way back.
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It's more easy to kill with a sword than with a gun.

A sword is more frightening than toy-looking gun like glock.

robbing with a sword is a good thing
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Old 11-13-2013, 06:17 PM   #25
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I like your boxes programming. They seem tough and not god awfully long.


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I agree. In general, they tend to be very nicely broken up with strength, skill, and metcon.

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A sword is more frightening than toy-looking gun like glock.

robbing with a sword is a good thing
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The fist part was a partner workout, but we had an odd number, so I went solo.

Part A: twenty 10-meter (and back, so 20 meters total each of those twenty times) sandbag carries. At the far side of the room, five squats with the sandbag. In total, this part was 400 meters and 50 squats. My sandbag was, I believe, 40lbs.
Part B: 50 pull ups (if I had a partner, we would've each done 50.)
Part C repeat part A.

This took me exactly 19 minutes.

Then we did 10 burpees on the minute for 12 minutes. The score was your remaining time in each minute. My score was 164 seconds.
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A sword is more frightening than toy-looking gun like glock.

robbing with a sword is a good thing
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Saturday, November 16 and Sunday, November 17, 2013
Rest, yoga, foam rolling
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A sword is more frightening than toy-looking gun like glock.

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Monday, November 18, 2013

Sumo deadlift
4 x 6 at 225lbs

Hang clean
2 x 2 at 135lbs
2 x 2 at 155lbs
1 x 2 at 175lbs
1 x 2 at 155lbs

Banded good mornings
50 with black band

Metcon - max 12 min
Five rounds of 200m row and 20 push ups. I finished in 8:52.
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Monday, November 18, 2013

Sumo deadlift
4 x 6 at 225lbs

Hang clean
2 x 2 at 135lbs
2 x 2 at 155lbs
1 x 2 at 175lbs
1 x 2 at 155lbs

Banded good mornings
50 with black band

Metcon - max 12 min
Five rounds of 200m row and 20 push ups. I finished in 8:52.
Does your box follow a lot of push pull combos in their metcons? I don't really worry about it when I program but it seems like some people do.


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Does your box follow a lot of push pull combos in their metcons? I don't really worry about it when I program but it seems like some people do.

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Yes. I don't generally think in those terms, but it's very rare that I look at a workout and think it's unbalanced.
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Yes. I don't generally think in those terms, but it's very rare that I look at a workout and think it's unbalanced.
The thing I love about this stuff is that you can get so creative with it.
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The thing I love about this stuff is that you can get so creative with it.
It cuts both ways. On one hand, a good coach can create great workouts. On the other, a bad coach can create some total garbage.

Of course, I like the guy that does our "programming" so I'm in no position to complain.
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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Five EOM rounds of:
Snatch grip deadlift
Hang snatch
Snatch grip shoulder press
Overhead squat
Snatch balance

I started light (65lbs) because I wasn't sure. Immediately went to 125lbs for the remainder.

Upper body mobility.

Seven minute AMRAP:
16 toes to bar
16 dips
12 toes to bar
12 dips
8 toes to bar
8 dips
4 toes to bar
4 dips

Repeat the sets of 4 until time runs out.

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A sword is more frightening than toy-looking gun like glock.

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It cuts both ways. On one hand, a good coach can create great workouts. On the other, a bad coach can create some total garbage.

Of course, I like the guy that does our "programming" so I'm in no position to complain.
Very true. I see some wild things posted.

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Five EOM rounds of:
Snatch grip deadlift
Hang snatch
Snatch grip shoulder press
Overhead squat
Snatch balance

I started light (65lbs) because I wasn't sure. Immediately went to 125lbs for the remainder.

Upper body mobility.

Seven minute AMRAP:
16 toes to bar
16 dips
12 toes to bar
12 dips
8 toes to bar
8 dips
4 toes to bar
4 dips

Repeat the sets of 4 until time runs out.

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nice man. I'm thinking of what I want to do tonight.
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your squat and DL seem really close?
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your squat and DL seem really close?
What? I don't follow.


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I think he's saying that your deadlift should be way more than your squat.
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I think he's saying that your deadlift should be way more than your squat.
Oh. They are, if we're talking about max lifts. In the last few months, I've pulled 455 and squatted 385. I could have maybe got 405 on squat, but the depth was starting to get sketchy.


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Oh. They are, if we're talking about max lifts. In the last few months, I've pulled 455 and squatted 385. I could have maybe got 405 on squat, but the depth was starting to get sketchy.


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yea that seems normal to me.

Have you ever done Fran? I have to do it at level 1 this weekend and I am absolutely terrible at Pull ups now.
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