A.
Handstand Play Time:

Spend 10 Minutes working on handstands. If you feel confident with handstands then explore new ways to challenge yourself. Stairs/ramp, weave through cones, walk sideways, or walk backwards.

B.
Every 2 minutes, for 4 minutes (2 sets):
Sotts Press x 3 reps
(clean grip, pressing from the front-rack position in receiving)

C.
Every 90 seconds, for 15 minutes (10 sets):
Power Clean & Jerk x 1.1
(2-3 second reset between singles)

Build over the sets to establish a 2-RM power clean & jerk.

D.
For time:
5 Ground to Overhead (245/155 lbs)
10 Ground to Overhead (195/125 lbs)
15 Ground to Overhead (145/95 lbs)
20 Ground to Overhead (95/65 lbs)

E.
Against a 90-second running clock…
30 Air Squats
12/7 Calorie Assault Bike
Max Rep Burpees in remaining time

Rest 2 minutes and repeat for a total of FOUR sets.

F.
Three sets of:
Chinese Rows x 6 reps @ 2111
Rest as needed
Reverse Snow Angels x 20 reps
(slow and controlled)
Rest as needed
GHD Sit-Ups x 15-20 reps
Rest as needed

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Bobby Wallum
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Bobby Wallum

A. Done
B. 45#
Up to 275×2 285×1 290×1
Missed second power clean at 285
Didn’t attempt second at 290
C. 5:48 RX last time was 6:08
D. RX 15/14/12/14 = 55 total did Burpees to a target this time
Last time 51 total
E. Done

John Vautier (North Central)
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John Vautier (North Central)

A. Done
B. Done, empty barbell, not to full squat depth but as low as possible.
C. 95/135/155/175/195/215/230/245/255/270 – last 3 weights were single power clean and jerk.
D. 9:55 Rx – middle two barbells need to move faster!
E. 30 air squats, 30 front lunge steps, 30 reverse lunge steps, 30 air squats, echo bike, 6/4/4/9. Lunge steps took longer than air squats, but wanted to test.
F. Done

Tino Marini
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Tino Marini

Solid push today dude. Good to see your hip is feeling better.

Tony
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Tony

A:
Do classic handstand walk and some obstacle

B:
Done empty barbell

C:
Up to 110kg power clean and power jerk

D:
RX
12,30

E:
11/11/9/10

F:done
60kg chinese row
0,500grammes snow angel
15 ghd

What a strong start for this cycle
I am tired ahah

Alex Gonzalez
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Alex Gonzalez

A. Done (i love that)
B. Done (45 lb)
C. 185/185/185/185/195/195/195/205/205/205/215
D. 19:12
scaled the firts 5 reps to 215 lb
E. 0/3/4/4
F. Done

Valter Andrade
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Valter Andrade

A. Done
B.15 KG
C.60/63/66/72/75/78/81/84/87
D.88/65/43/30-12´29´´
E.7/3/4/4
F Done

Anna Lings Kjelgaard
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Anna Lings Kjelgaard

A. Done
B. Skipped bc of hip
C. Up to 65kg
D. 12:00. Scaled first set down to 60kg, after that RX.
E. 14, 13, 13, 14. Did squats to low box (hip rehab).
F. Done

Charlotte Garvey
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Charlotte Garvey

A- done
B- 30kg
C- up to 67.5 I was working on technique
D- 9:05
E- did with rower – 11,12,14,14
F-done

Thanks tino, i am back now and logging in and marking my scores 😊 I will do Monday tomorrow as I train with the competition team Monday . Looking forward to this new cycle 🙂

Tim Coffield
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Tim Coffield

B. 45# bar
C. 195 power clean + split jerk
D. 175 / 155 / 135 / 95
10:50
E. With 12 cal row and 2 min clock
10 9 10 10
Did a few more of these for fun, about the same 9-10 burps each time. 10 total. Air squats around 38 seconds. Transitions on and off rower with the foot straps took a few seconds. Starting burps around 1:25 mark

Great workout thanks Tino!

Korey William Harris
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Korey William Harris

Had to be super short today with training, still got something in…

C) 155-215
E) 7/7/7/8 Quads on 🔥

Andrey Gutierrez
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Andrey Gutierrez

A. Done
B. 45/65
C. 135/165/185/205/215/225/235Failed 2nd/235 Failed 2nd/235/235Failed
D. 9:32 RX Only missed 2 reps at 245
E. 12/11/7/6 Burpees. My legs were on fire on the last one
F. Done

Kryssie Chandler (45-49)
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Kryssie Chandler (45-49)

A. Done, a little better every week
B. Done
C. Up to 150
D. 9:02. Used 135/115/95/65 – 2nd set took me the longest.
E. RX 13/12/12/14. I’d do this one 3 times over part D. 🙂
F. Done

Taylor Shramo
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Taylor Shramo

A: done
C: 245
Haven’t felt/been this weak since college
D: 11:21, tried to start with 225 on the bar instead of 245 but accidentally loaded 235
E: 7/7/8/9
F: done minus the rows

Ángel Zúñiga
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Ángel Zúñiga

A. Through cones first time!
B. Done
C. 125/135/145/155/165/175/185/195/205/215 (pr!)
D. 5 Ground to Overhead 185
10 Ground to Overhead 155
15 Ground to Overhead 125
20 Ground to Overhead 95
total time 6:58
E. 8/8/9/8
D. done

Tino Marini
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Tino Marini

Congrats on the PR Angel!

Dave Cormier
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Dave Cormier

A. Done
B. Up to 95#
C. 135 / 155 / 165 / 175 / 185 / 190 / 190 /195 205
D. 8:44 @ 185 / 165 / 135 / 95
E. 8 / 10 / 7 / 8

Sam Woodman
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Sam Woodman

A: Practiced some shoulder taps and walking betwixt the rig
B: With the barbell, my thoracic mobility is trash
C: 185/205/225/235/245/255/255/265/275/285#
One push jerk and one split jerk for all, focused on jerk dip. Tied push perk pr
D: 6:19 sharing a bar with Bryan (you go I go sets). We did singles on 245, doubles and triples on 195#, 5s on 145# and 10s on 95#. 95s were muscle snatches, rest c&j
E: 13s for all
F: Snow angels and 2k abs done

Nicole Mergenthal
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Nicole Mergenthal

B. Sotts press 45/55
C. 125/135/145/155/165/175/175/180/180/185
D. 5:56rx
E. 6/5/4/5 I stink at that bike 😭

Tom Brown
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Tom Brown

F) 70s / ✅

A) ✅
B) up to 155
C) up to 278
D) 10:05 RX
Singles to 95
245 sub 2
195 sub 5
145 sub 7:30
95 UB 65 seconds

E) I knew I did this wrong e90s after the first round
1) 2 burpees
2-4) just got the cals

I was dying either way!

Tino Marini
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Tino Marini

What did you do??

Tom Brown
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Tom Brown

Went hard in the paint.

Every 90 seconds for 4 rounds no rest

El Ponch
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El Ponch

A. Done
B. 145
C. 145-165-185-205-225-235-240-245-250-255
D. 8:40 rx
E. 9/8/6/5
F. Done

Daniel Mendelsohn (45-49)
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Daniel Mendelsohn (45-49)

A) Worked on handstand holds. Could actually get the weight over my fingers for the first time. Progress.
B) 85/85
C) 115, 125, 135, 155, 165, 175, 185, 195, 205 (missed second), 205
D) 8:57 with 195, 165, 135, 95
E) 7, 7, 8, 6

Ezequiel Gonçalves
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Ezequiel Gonçalves

A-done
B-50-60-70-80-90-95-100-105-110-115fail 2 X jerk
C-10:19RX 2:30 first bar 😒🙄
D-12-12-11-13 legs💥
E-done

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