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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

WOD:

A.  Build to a moderate triple push press from the floor in 10 minutes or less.

Split Jerk – 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2

Compare to Sunday, September 3, 2017

TT WOD – Off Season Fun:

A1.  Tire Flips – 12 flips (as fast as possible) X 5 sets, rest approx. 90s

A2.  Overhead D-ball Hold – Max time X 5 sets, rest approx.. 90s

B1.  Max Height and/or Weight Wallball – 5 reps X 5 sets, rest approx.. 90s

B2.  Sled Push – 80 ft. X 5 sets, rest 90-120s

Coach’s notes:

Post all loads for split jerk and notes and results for TT WOD to comments.

WOD Leaderboard

Comments: 9

First workout in a week and last one for another few days!
PP worked up to 135×3
Split Jerk. Worked up to 165 for 2
Thanks Josh!


Push press worked up to 175# for 3 and did that twice
Split jerk worked up to 185# and got a single at 195#

Thanks Josh!


WOD

A) 95/135/155/175/185/ (I was setting up for 195 but I ran out of time)

B) 135/175/185/205/215/225/225

I’m still coming back from my back injury, so coming into this mornings WOD I told myself (no matter how good / strong I felt) I wasn’t going to go for any PRs today. I didn’t want to push press more then 200# and didn’t want to split jerk more then 225#

Push presses felt good. Wish I got to 195 but I ran out of time. I need to get under the bar faster; (quick then heavy).

Split jerks were fun. I’m so excited that 225# over my head used to be this impossible dream. Now (and as long as I can take it seriously) I can almost guarantee I can put that over my head. I so wanted to go heavier, but I was trying to be smart and heal my body (thanks for talking me off the ledge Brett). Also, this way I’m super hungry for the next time we split jerk.

Thanks for the tip about eating all my jerks like a 1RM Josh.

Great Work 10am!


A. 95/125/145/155/165
B. 125/145/155/165/175/185/195 (5# PR)
Thanks Brett!


Body control was all over the place today. Limp noodle.

A. 135(strict), 185, 215
First rep at 215 dipped forward and pushed forward so had to pause/grind it out.
Second rep was good
Third rep was loose core and had to take a few steps.
Used to be an ‘easy’ weight for me but technique was 💩 today.

B. Did from floor to work on technique.
135/135/185/185/215(1)/135/135
When it gets heavier my back foot moves but I don’t commit with the front foot. Need to spend some time at 185 until I’m comfortable in the receiving position.

Thanks Brett! Great job 6pm.


A: worked up to 90# which I think is a 5# PR for 3. Felt like I had more in the tank but was out of time. So much for “moderate”
B: worked up to 112.5# for a 7.5# PR for 2. Missed the second at 115#.

I love lifting with a time limit. Takes my brain out of the equation.

Thanks Brett!!


A: 3 x push jerk 165#
B: 2 x 205# (10# Jerk PR), 215# x 1 (20# Jerk PR) I almost got the second one but didnt quite get locked out & could have done way better getting under the bar. Next time 🙂


PP = 135/165/185/205 X 1, then one “soft” jerk, followed by a fail on the 3rd.
SJ = 135/185/205/225/235/245/255, missed on 2 attempts.
255 is not an overly heavy jerk (historically) for me, but I have not put much over 200# overhead in quite some time now, so this felt really heavy. Happy that I had no shoulder issues with todays work, so that is a win.

Really awesome lifting by all today and a super fun end to the day with TT!


A: 3 x 115
B: 150 Only second time doing split jerk. Had to work on technique more then weight. Standing up seemed to be the hardest part to get right.


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