12.3.12 Power Endurance

Workout
5 minute easy row, ride, run, jump rope
Then:
2×5 Wall Squat
2×20 Squats
3×5 Dead-Stop Goblet Squat
2×10 Shoulder Dislcoates
3×5 HR Push-up
2×5 Tuck Jump
Then:
10x Heavy Goblet Squat (hold KB in inverted position) +
4x (10s Tuck Jump + 20s Quick Step-up) +
2:00 minute rest
Do 12x Goblet Squat on second round and 15 reps on third round
Then:
10x Dips +
4x (7x HR Push-up + 15m Bear Crawl) +
2:00 minute rest
Do 12x Dips on second round and 15 reps on third round
Then:
6x TGU +
60s FLR (low)
3 rounds (not for time)
Then:
Cool Down
 
Participants
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Coach’s Comments
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Photos

The standard for dips is the upper arm lowering to parallel to the floor. A difficult standard indeed once fatigue sets in.

When the bell gets too big it's actually easier to hold it upside down. I like this too because it forces the elbows down into the correct position.

More than anything the TGU/FLR combo was a big F*&^@ You at the end of what was undeniably an assault on the upper body. Everyone persisted nicely however.

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