Carrying a Heavy Load

 

Programming for Tuesday, June 11, 2013

By the time this workout is completed, those using a 65 pound bar will have moved 6,500 pounds.  Those using a 95 pound bar will have moved 9,500 pounds.  Bringing this to light is not to encourage everyone to complete this workout as prescribed, or even value these weights over others.  Using a 35 pound bar will result in an equally impressive amount of weight moved, of 3,500 pounds. Breaking these numbers down is intended rather to show you how much work you will have accomplished by the time you walk out the door.  Not many people can say they have carried such a heavy load in the course of one day.  Give yourself a pat on the back and thank yourself for being willing the weight of your own health and wellbeing.

PushPressCFS

WARMUP
Jump rope 5 min
Lunge 3 min
Burpee 1 min
STRENGTH
Snatch progression 10 min
DL/HHP/MS/OHS/SB
PVC/Barbell only
CONDITIONING
For time:
20 Thrusters
20 Sumo deadlift high pulls
20 Push jerks
20 Overhead squats
20 Front squats

Men will use a 95lb barbell. Women will use 65lbs. Each athlete must do four burpees at the beginning of every minute before moving on to the barbell work. The athlete is allowed to move to the next barbell skill once an he/she has completed all 20 reps. If the minute clock beeps during a repetition the athlete will complete their rep and then start their four burpees. There is a 20 min cap.

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