Goes by the Toes

My shoulders are tight and my legs are tired from the workout yesterday. Went to the 4pm class.

Warm-up

  • Crossover Symmetry Activation
  • 5 Rounds
    • 30s Row
    • 30s Rest
  • 2 Rounds
    • 10 PVC Passes
    • 10 Overhead Squats (PVC)
  • 10 High Pulls (45#)
  • 10 Muscle Snatch (45#)
  • 10 Overhead Squats (45#)

Weightlifting

Squat Snatch

  • 10×45#
  • 3×75
  • 3×95
  • 2×115
  • 2×135
  • 1×145
  • 1×155
  • 1×165
  • 1×175
  • 1×185
  • 4 misses @ 190

Was hoping to get up near 200 today, but hit the same numberĀ as last week. Just couldn’t get the bar locked in place overhead when I got under it. Could definitely feel the roughness in my shoulders from yesterday and then after I start missing, I could feel by back extending.

Conditioning

10:00 AMRAP

  • 1 Power Snatch (155#)
  • 10 T2B
  • 10 Push-ups

The snatch was programmed to be at 75%, which would come out to be just under 140 and way too light for me doing singles, so I went with 155, which would be 75% of 205. It was a good choice. This workout is all about your toes to bars and I was able to hold 2×5 through round 8. I was trying to rush at the end so had to do 5-3-2 in round 9 and then quick singles in round 10. Didn’t wear any grips today. Push-ups were no issue and all unbroken. Finished with a score of 9+7.

I’m pumped about doing 96 toes to bars in 10 minutes, which never would have been possible two months ago. Before the workout, Weston asked how many rounds and I jokingly said 10. My first round was done at 43 seconds and then I fell in to a pace of about 1:00 per round for the next four or five before fading.