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Thursday, May 1, 2014

5.2.14 WOD


Something to think about.

Strength:

Amateur
Power Clean 1x15-20 

Collegiate 
Power Clean 75% of 5RM 1x15-20

WOD:
1 Minute Max Effort Double Under
1 Minute Max Effort One Arm Kettlebell Snatch 53/35
2 Minute Max Effort Double Under
2 Minute Max Effort One Arm Kettlebell Snatch 53/35
3 Minute Max Effort Double Under
3 Minute Max Effort One Arm Kettlebell Snatch 53/35

Note: on the kettlebell snatchs you may switch arms when ever you want. Your score is total reps of double unders and kettle bell snatches. 

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