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Keith teaching the overhead position

Keith teaching the overhead position

Over the past 3 weeks there seems to be a trend that 1 day a week is usually significantly slower than others.  These slow days seem to be in sync with the one day a week in which the WOD is all strength.  Maybe I am reading into something that is not happening at all.  Just in case I am not going crazy I figured that I would explain the reasoning behind strength days.  These days are programmed for two reasons.  The first is because being stronger will allow you to do metcons better, faster and more efficiently.  It is also a way to test you to see how much stronger you have gotten since you did that movement in the past.  I am a firm believer that these strength days are more important in your training than anything else.    

Since the Snatch balance is something that we have not done yet.  Check out this video to help you understand what the movement should look like. 


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  • Dan
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    I actually look forward to strength days. They just usually land on a day that I work. But I’ll see you tomorrow for snatches.

    • Dan
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      Actually I should say “today.”

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  • John (LJ)
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    Great way to wake up!

    65-85-95
    65-85-95
    85-105-115

  • Steve
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    I agree with John.

    95-115-115
    115-115-115
    115-135-135

  • Ryan
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    I need those strength days bad. Taking a few days off guys to recover to run this weekend.
    Marathon Day is coming quick. Enjoy the workout.

    • John (LJ)
      Reply

      Good Luck Ryan!

  • Tim
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    OHS: 100-115-125(pr)
    SB: 85-100-120(pr)
    Snatch: 85-110-135(f)

  • Tony Fu
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    Only did OHS 135-165-185, oh and a couple of muscle ups. Thank you moooostach!

    • Ryan
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      MU’s! Yea buddy! I missed the mustache! FML. I’m bringing mine back! Boom!

  • Pow!
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    OHS: 65-75-85
    SB: 55-65-75
    Snatch: 65-76-85(F)

    Good workout, nice job Fu!

  • Ginny
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    OHS: 63-73-83
    SB: 63-73-83
    SB R2: 53-63-73(only 2) making sure I got to 90 degrees
    No snatch

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  • Collin
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    OHS: 135.145.155 (2)
    -No snatch balance or snatch

  • Blake
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    OHS: 165-175-185(3)
    SB: 135-135-155(f)
    SN: 1155-180(f)-165(f)

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