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YooSik Kim
August 13th, 2021 at 9:55 pm
Commented on: 210813

최후의 만찬

For time:

50 One-arm hang DB cleans .alt

50 Burpees

50 DB’s deadlift

50 Air squats

50 Ring-dips

50 Air squats

50 DB’s deadlift

50 Burpees

50 One-arm hang DB cleans .alt

Time cap:21 minutes

-402/450 reps


이렇게 해도 Regional 14.6 를 못 끝내내요 ㅠㅠ

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Thomas Finklea
August 13th, 2021 at 2:20 pm
Commented on: In Defense of High-Rep Olympic Lifts

mechanics-consistency-intensity: if it's not reinforced from the get go you end up with consistently poor-mechanics done at high intensity.

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Michael Arko
August 13th, 2021 at 1:47 pm
Commented on: 210813

Completed today, Friday 8/13 (rest day)


scaled to

500m run in lifting shoes

90 jumping pull-ups, extra wide grip*

lunges @ 95/95/75

17:40


*like C2B


sucked on OHL - took 3 mins just for that stretch (incl resetting the bar)


also it’s like 90F & 90% rh

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Richard Norris
August 11th, 2021 at 3:29 pm
Commented on: In Defense of High-Rep Olympic Lifts

These arguments are just as solid when applied to any sport. Watching the Olympics, all those athletes have achieved elite status because they have listened to their coaches who have dialled them in constantly, incessantly on holding technique even when fatigued. Each time this is done builds resilience and the ability to go a little further, a little harder, a litter faster the next time. Success and excellence are developed incrementally over time.


Start with the basics. Crush the fundamentals. When the focus is form before speed (mechanics-consistency before intensity), adaptations and, thus, fitness improves.

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