WHITEBOARD – 04 April 2013



Clean Pull + Clean Pull from below knee w/2s pause
4 sets of 3 – Use 130% weight used on clean complex from https://beyultraining.com/2013/03/25/white-board-25-march-2013/


Bench Press
5 Sets of 5 – +5lbs from https://beyultraining.com/2013/03/21/whiteboard-21-march-2013/


10 minute AMRAP
20 Push-ups
10 Burpees
20 KB Swings
10 Wallballs (20/14)

Notes: Again, for the clean pulls I want your pull to be a little more controlled and more forceful on driving the knees back while keeping a good back angle.  Think more about driving or PUSHING through the legs than actually pulling.  Also, the hang portion should have a 2 second pause at below knee to reinforce that position.  Make sure your hang position is EXACTLY the same each time.

You can work your sets of pulls and bench together to speed up the strength as long as the rest is appropriate.

3 Responses to “WHITEBOARD – 04 April 2013”
  1. kevin olds says:

    255# Clean Pulls
    225# Bench

    WOD: 2 rds 10 PU 2 burpees

  2. bmaguire says:

    255# cp
    225# bench
    wod: did 2 hspu instead of wall balls

  3. Dara says:

    111# clean pull
    70-72-75-77-80 bench

    WOD 3 rounds+20+3
    mod push ups
    55# KB
    14# wall ball

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