I forgot to check overall standings before week 3 scores starting showing up on the leaderboard. My ranking on 17.2 was much better for me though.
- Open: 25,442th
- Masters 35-39: 3,129th
Nearly moved halfway up to the top of both overall leaderboards from where I was after week 1, but can’t really get exact numbers due to not looking last night.
Flew home from Austin today, but wanted to get in that first attempt. The plane landed at 7:15 and I was at the gym by 8:30.
- 3:00 Airdyne
- Banded shoulder mobility
- Bottom Squat Hold
- Prior to 8:00, complete:
- 3 rounds of:
- 6 chest-to-bar pull-ups
- 6 squat snatches, 95 lb.
- Then, 3 rounds of:
- 7 chest-to-bar pull-ups
- 5 squat snatches, 135 lb.
- 3 rounds of:
- *Prior to 12:00, complete 3 rounds of:
- 8 chest-to-bar pull-ups
- 4 squat snatches, 185 lb.
- *Prior to 16:00, complete 3 rounds of:
- 9 chest-to-bar pull-ups
- 3 squat snatches, 225 lb.
- *Prior to 20:00, complete 3 rounds of:
- 10 chest-to-bar pull-ups
- 2 squat snatches, 245 lb.
- Prior to 24:00, complete 3 rounds of:
- 11 chest-to-bar pull-ups
- 1 squat snatch 265 lb.
*If all reps are completed, time cap extends by 4 minutes.
Wasn’t sure how to attack this one. Changed my mind a couple of times throughout the day and changed again at the gym after hearing how Bryan did it.
I went 3-3 for the first 3 sets of C2B and touch-n-go on all 3 sets of snatches because 95# really bounces all over the place. Had a solid split at 2:49. First set of 7 pull-ups was 3-2-2 and then a double followed by singles for the other 2 sets. All single snatches with 135#. I really hate doing single pull-ups because I take more break than you can afford. Made it under the 8 minute cutoff with 13 seconds to spare. Not great. I did 8 single C2B trying to calm myself down for the 185#. Took some breaths before giving it a pull and I was not prepared for it. That bar felt heavy as hell, I “Clarked” it, and nearly blacked out. So then I had to waste a bunch of time recovering and getting my head right before stepping back up. I made my next 4 attempts and went 3-3-2 on C2B. I was getting ready to take a pull on the snatch with less than 10 seconds left but my head wasn’t there so I didn’t even try.
So I ended up with a score of 92, which I was surprised by. I remember thinking last night that 90+ would be pretty good for a first attempt. I’m happy to have gotten the 4 reps with 185# because that’s around the load where my squat snatch starts to get really inconsistent in the catch. Will probably try a redo on Sunday or Monday.
Looks like 17.3 will move me up nicely too. This is ranked as a level 87 on BTWB, which doesn’t even account for people doing scaled and I should be able to improve on my redo.