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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

2.4.14 WOD

As many of you now know, it's not only a BLACKOUT week but a WHITEOUT week as well!  Constantly varied (x) everywhere!  The reasons we're doing a WHITEOUT week:
  • we want you to focus on the quality of your movements (efficiency, technique, and full range of motion) 
  • we want you to push for new skills (lots of PR's on double unders yesterday because we counted attempts and allowed zero singles!)
  • we want to remind you that as crazy as it sounds, it's you against you in that gym.  we love some healthy competition, but not at the cost of quality movements and full reps!
We want you guys to have fun with this and be challenged in new ways.
Deadlift 3x5 (add 5 lbs to last workout)
Power Clean 1RM
1 RM Bench Press

Take 7 attempts to find your 1RM.  Rest during sets and stay focused!  Use plates to build a makeshift bench.  If you get to 7 and you still have some gas in the tank, get the ok from your coach to attempt a few more reps.

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