5 Rounds for time of:
Rest precisely 3 minutes between each round.
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compare to 6.14.08
A comprehensive warm-up is an essential component of any workout session. At SBK we spend anywhere from 12-15 minutes at the beginning of each class warming up, prepping the movement patterns and talking about how to tackle the WOD. Last Thursday before "Grace" we talked about some mechanical properties of materials and how they related to our workouts. Can you remember why it's important to "squeeze" instead of "jerk" the bar off the floor?
Check out the upcoming Catalyst Athletics Weightlifting Seminar this May in Boston!
Everyone from SBK who went out to their last seminar in Boston came back with a much greater appreciation and understanding of the lifts. Greg and Aimee are a tremendous team who dissect the Snatch, Clean and Jerk from the floor up showing you not only how to effectively perform them, but also how to adjust them for your own body type. I Highly recommend checking this out if you want to take your lifts to the next level or if you're a coach interested in improving your ability to teach them.
If anyone's interested in going let us know so that we can coordinate travel and hotel arrangements ahead of time.
30 Clean and Jerks for time 135/95
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compare to 3.18.08
The subtle art of resetting your pulls
Mature Support Practice
"What do you do for recreation?
Oh the usual. I bowl. Drive around. The occasional Acid flashback."
When: This Saturday @ 9pm!
Where: Melody Lanes, 461 37th Street in Brooklyn
Who: All are welcome, bring friends and family if you'd like.
Anything else?: Erik recommends eating before you go as the cuisine at Melody Lanes leaves something to be desired.
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