As mentioned previously, we will be beginning a new programming “style” for the next few weeks. Marc and I will be focusing a lot on pulling strength and also be working towards optimizing your Murph time this year. Murph is May 29, which leaves us roughly 7 weeks to train for it. Expect at least 1 Metcon per week that is a bit on the longer side (30-40 minutes) and some good strength work and high intensity Metcons on the other days. Also, we will be throwing in some extra/optional supplemental programming that will compliment the day’s work. This supplemental work is to be done on your own and not within the hour of class. LETS DO THIS!
E2MOM x 4
7 Squats @ 65% of 1RM
10 HR Pushups (L3: HSPU)
10 Pwr Snatch (75/55)(L3:95/65)
10 Toes to Bar
1) Banded Lateral Walks- 3x20m each side
2) Single-Leg KB Deadlifts- 3×10 each side
3) Hip Extensions- 3×10 @ Heaviest
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