WHITEBOARD – 03 September 2015

Movement Prep:

1a. Hollow Body Hold: 3 sets of 12s holds
1b. Shoulder Bridge: 5r after each set of 1a.

*If you can not bring your thoracic spine off the ground go to the same movement but with your feet on the ground under your knees. This is STATIC. No rock. 

2a: Single Arm Plank: 3 sets of 6
2b: Straddle Reverse Hyper Holds – 30s

*The video is for a plank walk, not a stationary plank but it does a nice job of demonstrating what a proper plank looks like. You should have protracted (slightly rounded upper back) shoulders, up on your toes, thighs together, straight arms, and have the chest swept over the hands a good amount. Single arm is the exact same as a standard but with 1 arm. None or slight rotation of the shoulders/thoracic. 

**For the straddle reverse hypers you can perform these on the brown glute ham machine. Come up to the top position while pointing the toes out and hold. Make sure your toes are above your glutes.

Strength/Power:

Clean: 4 sets of 2 at .825

*There should be no question that this is pulled from the floor and caught in a front squat stance. If you do not have the mobility for a proper front squat position you can power. If you do have the mobility, suck it up and lower the weight and start figuring out how to catch in a squat stance.

Conditioning:

1 Minute at Each station:

Dumbbell Thrusters (1 DB = ~ 20% max barbell press)
Double-Unders

*Rest 30s and repeat for 4 cycles

Notes: Enjoy

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Comments
4 Responses to “WHITEBOARD – 03 September 2015”
  1. The Champ! says:

    unlike the workout last week that read as a 1 and applied as a 10, this one reads as a 10 and will be applied as a 20.

  2. kemm says:

    160#

    35#
    20 17 15 17

    Double unders, ~50ish per round probably

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