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Partner Fight Gone Bad to 600 reps
1 min wall ball (30 seconds each)
1 min sumo deadlift high-pull 75/55 (30 seconds each)
1 min box jumps 24/20 (30 seconds each)
1 min push press 75/55 (30 seconds each)
1 min Row for Calories (30 seconds each)
Teams will work 1 at a time 30 seconds per person on each exercise rotating exercises each minute.
Continue to 600 reps for the team total.
30 min time limit.
Coaches corner: Teams will continue doing 30 seconds each on each exercise then rotating to the following exercise until completing 600 total reps.
Unlike the individual version there will be no 1 minute rest period.
Front Squat -(% of 1 rep max)
3@ 77.5%, 3@ 82.5%, firstname.lastname@example.org%, 3@ 92.5%
+ 3 rounds
2 Wall climbs
10 Squat Cleans 135/95
Sunday 8/9: Running Technique Clinic 12:30-5:30pm
(Want in on the Clinic at the last minute? Call 925-457-4587)
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