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Thursday, February 13, 2014

2.13.14 WOD


Back Squat 3×5 (add 5 lb to last workout)
Bench 3×5 (add 2.5 lb to last workout)

Complete 3 rounds:

Back Squat 75%, 3 reps
Back Squat 75% + 10 lbs, 3 reps
Back Squat 75% + 20 lbs, 3 reps

Make sure you are good and warm before jumping into this. Start by squatting 75% of your 1 RM back squat from Feb 6, 2014 for 3 reps. Rack weight and add 10 lb. Back squat another 3 reps. Rack weight and add 10 more lb and squat 3 reps. Make sure to limit the rest during the ascending rep scheme to as long as it takes you to add weight to the bar. Repeat two more times, rest as needed between rounds.

Push Press 7 RM

Note: if you have time run the WOD. 

11 Minute AMRAP of:
100m Run 
15 Double Unders
10 WallBalls 20/14 10/8
5 HandStand Push-Ups

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