Tuesday 20120131 Open Class Workout

Posted: January 31, 2012 by totactfit01 in Uncategorized

SWOD

Jerk

12×3 at 70% of 1RM

Dip, drive, dip!  Time your second dip to land right when you lock out the bar(active shoulder), then stand up to finish the movement.

WOD

10 Min AMRAP

5 Chest to Bar Pull Ups

5 Thrusters 135/95

5 Box Jumps 30/24

Cash Out

Roll out on legs

Couch stretch – 2 min each leg

Post Weight used for Jerks and WOD total rounds to Comments on this post/www.logwod.com

(don’t have an account?  email me at dave_leclaire@yahoo.com to get one set up)

See video for good C2B tips.

Instead of the normal STANDARD of just the chin OVER the bar, you must make physical contact of the bar with your CHEST. The standard is to touch between your nipples and clavicle. The only real difference is that some people have a slightly wider grip to allow the chest to fit between the hands. This is a great movement to practice towards getting a muscle up (hint, hint, on future programming) and learning how to pull through a greater range of motion.

Courtesy of Paradiso CrossFit

Yes, different variations of each of these movements were in  yesterday’s WODs.  The difference?  Lower volume, higher intensity with the increased range of motion, heavier weight, and higher jump height respectively.

So, your rep speed may be slower, but you will be putting more POWER into every movement.

Make ’em count!

Comments
  1. Coach Bryan says:

    Jerk @ 145

    WOD – 13 + 11

  2. Gavin says:

    Nice Bryan – Did you hold your sets for the jerk at 145?

  3. Coach Bryan says:

    I had to split jerk sets 9 – 12….

  4. Randy N. says:

    SWOD – 155
    AMRAP – 6+8 @95

  5. Randy N. says:

    Is it me or is the time off by about 6 hours?

  6. Dave says:

    Oh yeah….’bout that…..please stand by. I’ll have it fixed in a little bit.

  7. Coach Bryan says:

    I have to get better at logging my WODs … This was not RX’d…. 95# thrusters and I had to stop at 5 minutes to answer some questions for a guy about the program… So I was rested for the second half.

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