3 x 6
De-Load Week: use the same load as week one’s 3 x 12. Perform each rep as its own event (no cycling) and focusing on moving from a solid rack (bar on shoulders with elbows up and shoulders shrugged) to a stable overhead position. Hold each rep overhead for a 2 count before recovering.
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Exposure 5 of 8
24 Minutes Not for Rounds:
A) 100 Single Unders
B) 400m Row
C) 100′ Handstand Walk, 30 Shoulder Taps (from a kick up or Wall Walk), 10 Wall Walks, or ~2 minutes practice
Work at a moderate, maintanable pace. Focus on relaxed breathing and rythym on the jump rope. Aim to maintain an easy and consistent split and stroke rating on the row, and choose the version appropriate for you on the inversion work. It’s ok to have to break up the shoulder taps, or to scale them to elbow taps.
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