In 18 Minutes:
30 Snatches 95/65
20 Snatches 135/95
10 Snatches 165/115
Max Bar Muscle-Ups
Barbell Scaling Options:
The Snatches can be Power, Muscle, Squat, or Split, as long as you pull directly form the floor (no Hang) and fully recover the feet under the barbell while coming to full hip and knee extension with the arms locked out overhead. When scaling, choose loads that begin light for you and progress to medium-heavy before ending heavier. The third load being heavy but doable, likely done as singles by that point if not earlier. For the gymnastics movements, sub Jumping Pull-ups for Pull-Ups, Hanging Leg / Knee Raises for Toes-to-Bars, and end on a more difficult movement in the final round. Depending on where you started out this could be full Pull-Ups, Chest-to-Bar / Jumping Chest-to-Bar Pull-Ups, or Jumping Bar Muscle-Ups.
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Tonight: Watch the CrossFit Games at CFSBK!
We’ll be showing the final events of the CrossFit Games on our big screen at 597 ALL DAY. The gym will be open between our afternoon classes and PM OG for viewing…. come though! Bring food, drinks, and friends!
- Our new training cycle starts tomorrow. Check back right here to find out what you can expect in group classes over the next couple of months.
- How did your Crush Week go? What was the toughest workout for you? Sound off in the comments!
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