Tuesday – 082013 – Snatch Pull, Air Squat, Double-unders…

[caption id="attachment_4931" align="alignnone" width="320"]A big congratulations to Kim and Hayes Davis on the birth of their baby girl Nora Lee!  "It is clear to us that working out during pregnancy is extremely beneficial during labor. Kim was a total bad ass during delivery." - Hayes Davis A big congratulations to Kim and Hayes Davis on the birth of their baby girl Nora Lee!
"It is clear to us that working out during pregnancy is extremely beneficial during labor. Kim was a total bad ass during delivery." - Hayes Davis[/caption] Snatch Pull Complex: Floor –> Below Knee* –> Floor Floor –> Above Knee* –> Pocket* –> Floor Snatch Pull w/ contact * Hold and correct position before resuming 50/10, 40/20, 30/30, 20/40, 10/50 Reps for time: Air Squats Double-unders Sub for DUs (1.5:1) Compare with 062613 Mobility: Overhead Pull Post thoughts and times to “comments”.
 •  Aug 19, 2013

6 Responses to “Tuesday – 082013 – Snatch Pull, Air Squat, Double-unders…”

  1. Scott Jag says:

    Snatch Pull Complex was helpful. Picked up some key pointers.

    5:31 in the met con doing singles. Time off helped in powering through this workout. The stairs at work are a challenge right now from all those air squats.

  2. Dylan Wyn Evans says:

    Wowsers Scott u flew through this one.
    6:12 (single ropes)
    It was a fun day,learned form but i didnt get much
    Out of it.felt like a warm up.
    See you tomorrow

  3. Seth says:

    Another full day = another lunch WOD:
    For Time:
    3 Rounds
    20 Deadlift – 225#
    800m Run

    20:46 Rx

    Should have plenty of time tomorrow – See you in the Gym.

    Thinking of the Endurance class of of STP. Anyone else?

  4. markese says:

    Great Job 7am class!!
    Snatch work was much needed!
    7:41RX for the WOD

  5. Steph says:

    Seth – DO IT!!! I did the Endurance class at St. Paul this summer and it was super helpful. Learned some great running tips, warm-ups, and interval training from Brandon. Running my first half-marathon in less than 2 weeks!

  6. Sara says:

    Dylan, just remember, neurological adaptation precedes and facilitates physiological adaptation. It’s like learning to play scales before sonatas! Nice work today :-)

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