Clean sequence… From a few weekends back when we were working cleans from just below the knee. I think what I found most amazing, and also helpful, was that by working this lift in this fashion, how I immediately became aware of any flaw in technique. We worked at a relatively light weight rep after rep, focusing on really helping each other with form. Extremely helpful.
500m row (1:45)
75 power snatches for time. Got 6:01, which is a 45 second PR for me. PR’s are a wonderful thing, except when you miss breaking into another bracket by 2 seconds like this. I wish now I had paced differently as I could have easily broken into the 5 minute mark for this.
Strength: 10 rounds, untimed:
5 Hang Cleans (75#)
5 Push Presses (75#)
5 deadlifts (245#)
Did not time this, but focused on moving as quickly as I could through each round and doing everything unbroken. None of the weights were heavy so it wasn’t really a problem. I tried to go fast to where I was winded after each round.
Overall, great day at the gym. You got to pick your own hero WOD or do what was programmed from the gym. A few others were doing Randy I felt like it would be good to try it out again since it had been a while. Thankful for the ability to get in the gym. Just thankful in general today, as we all should be.