WHITEBOARD – 29 March 2012

Workload:

Power Clean
*Work up to a max for the day

Then:

On the minute for 10 minutes perform 2 power cleans at 80% of the max load you hit. 

Notes: Just like the squats, if the bar speed slows than that is your max.  Great lifters have a tendency to make lifts up to 95% of their max look just as easy as an empty bar.  This isn’t because the lifts are easy, but because their positioning is great and the SPEED is there.   Too many people obsess about the weight they are lifting instead of listening to the lifts and feeling them.  Pay more  attention to the speed and positions of the lifts and you will be rewarded in the long run.  Think you have the appropriate speed, take a look at this young man:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-HBFABCmSc&feature=g-all-u&context=G2365189FAAAAAAAADAA

Comments
5 Responses to “WHITEBOARD – 29 March 2012”
  1. The Champ! says:

    i see a bromance….

  2. grzm says:

    170#, 135# @ 80%

  3. bmaguire says:

    215/165 @80%

    need to get legs down. something to work on.

  4. Brennan says:

    Someone must say something about the fanny pack…anyone? Just look at it

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