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Monday, June 25, 2012

06.26.12 WOD

Coach B. on snatch balance.

Snatch balance 
(at a light to moderate weight)

Max set of unbroken sit ups
(None stop would be Max unbroken.)

For time
Run 400m 
10 Straight leg deadlift 135/95 Demo
10 Supermans
Run 200m
 10 Straight leg deadlifts 135/95
10 Supermans
Run 100m 
10 Straight leg Deadlift 135/95
10 Supermans 
Run 400m

15 minute time cap.

Note: On the straight leg deadlift the bumper plates should touch the ground. If you have a lack of flexibility in the hamstrings set some plates under the bumper plates to ensure they touch a target. You may have a slight bent in the knees. 

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