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Thursday, February 27, 2014

2.28.14 WOD

Athletes, here are the standards for 14.1 This will help you understand what you can do during this WOD.

Note: if you are running the WOD for a Open score I would recommend not doing the strength portion. I would take the extra time to warm up and do some mobility work. 

Power Clean 5×3 (add 2.5 lb to last workout)

Power Clean 3 RM + Max rep front squat
One your last set of power cleans before dropping the weight perform a single set of max rep front squats with your 3 RM weight.

14.1 WOD:
10 Minute AMRAP of:
30 double-unders
15 Ground to Overhead 75/55

Note: Your score is the total amount of reps you get. Also on the G2O you can use any style of lift. 

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