Notice anything about the structure of our workouts lately? Yep, there's a lot of Part A and B stuff going on and more often than not Part A involves the barbell. Just this week we have done snatches, squats and cleans and if you did them right they should have been heavy. Sometimes we write out what percentage of your max that you should use, other times we ask you to work up to a heavy single. The purpose of these workouts is twofold: first we want you to get better at the movement, and second we want to challenge you (obviously!)
I'm of the mind that you should give something a shot and fail rather than not try at all. Next time you are debating whether or not to add a little more weight, go for it!
Bryce picking up some heavy stuff!
A. 15 minutes pull up/handstand practice
**alternate between holding/practicing handstands and practicing kipping pull ups**
**can work on strict pull ups, hspu, shouder taps, negatives, etc**In teams of 2:
B. Row max meters in 18 minutes
*switch places every minute
*while one partner rows, the other must hold either a plank, an L-hang, or a V-hold
Posted by Commish.