MON 10.13.14

Rodrigo practicing his cleans
Rodrigo practicing his cleans

Today’s schedule

6a: All Levels CrossFit- Casey
7a: All Levels CrossFit- Casey
8a: Open Gym- Michael
12n: All Levels CrossFit- Michael
4p: Open Gym- Michael
5p: All Levels CrossFit- Ben
6p: All Levels CrossFit- Ben
7p: All Levels CrossFit- Kelly
8p: Open Gym- Kelly

Sure-fire Way to Learn the Clean by Jon-Erik Kawamoto. Savvy athletes and fitness enthusiasts perform the power clean or squat clean in their strength and conditioning program to develop explosive power in the hips, rate of force development, dynamic flexibility, and to improve athletic performance (particularly with running, jumping, and throwing). This article will break down the clean into its key parts to make it easier to learn, so you too can start reaping the benefits of this awesome exercise…(click here to read more)!

Workout of the Day (WOD)

A. Clean & Jerk: In 16 minutes work up to a heavy single.

B. Triple AMRAP
3 minutes AMRAP
Clean & Jerk (m = 135/155, w = 95/105)
3 minutes Rest
2 minute AMRAP
Power Clean (m = 135/155, w = 95/105)
2 minutes Rest
1 minute AMRAP
Front Squats (m = 135/155, w = 95/105)

Post load for C&J and total reps from Triple AMRAP. Ex: 245#, 57 Rx+

And coming tomorrow…

A. Power Snatch: In 12 minutes work up to a moderate single: 5-4-3-2-1.

B. For Time [20 minute time cap]:
OPEN: 400 Meter Run
3 rounds:
12 Chest-to-bar Pullups
9 Power Snatch (95/65)
6 Handstand Pushups**
400 Meter Run
20 Burpees

**Scale to HSPU Negatives 1:1 or Shoulder-to-overhead (95/65) 1:2 (12 reps)

Post max load for Power Snatch and time to complete WOD. Ex: 155#, 11:10 Rx

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