Warm-up Drills I. Run 800m II. 12-9-6 reps each of: Medicine Ball Cleans Push-ups (CFGS) III. Mobility Impact/Focus: Clean & Jerk 1RM Clean & Jerk 1-1-1-1-1RM Notes: Work up to a heavy/PR single rep Clean & Jerk, progressing in load with increments representing no more than 10-15% of your most recent 1RM record. Rest a minimum of 1:00 between attempts. The Clean is received in the full squat position, athletes may choose between Split Jerk or Push Jerk. Post sets/reps to comments. "Bennett" Complete 10 Rounds of the following for time, where each round is against a 2:00 running clock: 10 x Pull-ups 10 x Air Squats 10 x Clapping Push-ups 10 x KB Swings (32/24kg) Notes: Each round is against a 2:00 Running Clock (This WOD is 20:00 in total length). Any time left on the clock after each Round's workload is complete is earned rest time... Today it truly pays to be a winner. Athletes may go a full 10 Rounds, but this is a survival of the fittest format of training where only those that make the cutoff time will proceed. Scaling: 5 Rounds for time as a traditional time priority CF WOD. Post scores to comments. Skill Development For quality: 30 x Knees-2-Elbows/Toes-2-Bar

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4 Responses to 01.13.2013

  1. Peter says:

    “M.E. Clean & Jerk” : 135#
    “Bennett”: 7 Rounds in 15:09 + 845m

  2. Kerri says:

    Clean & Jerk: 140# That’s a 15# PR for me.
    Bennett: 10 rounds in 19:50. I modified with ring rows and Russian KB swings though to accommodate my slightly injured shoulder.

  3. Josh G. says:

    C & J – 135#

    Bennett – 5rds in 12:32 and row 1480m

  4. Jen B. says:

    “M.E. Clean & Jerk”: 120#, kinda sorta maybe not max effort.

    “Bennett”: 10rds in 19:43, HRPU subbed for clapping PUs.

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