Front Squat + Jerk Complex
3 x (5 Front Squats + 3 Jerks)
Perform 3 sets of the complex at 70-75% of your best Jerk from last week.
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Exposure 2 of 8
AMRAP 10 Minutes:
10 Power Cleans 135/95
20 Wall Balls 20/10, 14/9
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As you may have noticed we’ve added a Frequently Asked Questions page accessible under Member Resources on the blog (to the right). To draw your attention to the FAQs and to refamiliarize everyone with some important stuff, we’ll be reposting some of these questions and answers to the blog. Next up…
SHOULD I KEEP A TRAINING JOURNAL?
Yes. One of the most important parts of CrossFit as a training methodology is that it’s quantifiable. That aspect keeps everyone involved (the athletes and the coaches) honest and helps us to see what’s working and what’s not over the course of time. Plainly, your journal measures your progress (or lack thereof). Your training journal should have both some quantitative and qualitative data in it. You can use your favorite electronic device, a plain old notebook and a pen, or one of the fancy schmancy ones that we sell at the front desk. Your journal will provide you with important information that will be both informative and affirmative. What you were able to lift last week (quantitative) and how it went (qualitative) are pretty telling about what you should be able to lift this week. Also, it’s a nice affirmation that things are going in the right direction when you look back 6 weeks, months, or years into your journals and see the progress you’ve made. Keep a journal!
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