WOD: 4-27-13

Skill:  Snatch

WOD L1:  5 rounds for time:

1 Power Clean (75/55)
1 Hang Power Clean (75/55)
1 Front Squat (75/55)
1 Power Clean (75/55)
1 Hang Power Clean (75/55)
1 Front Squat (75/55)
1 Power Clean (75/55)
1 Hang Power Clean (75/55)
1 Front Squat (75/55)
15 Push Ups

WOD L2:  5 rounsd for time:

1 Power Snatch  (95/65)
1 Hang Power Snatch  (95/65)
1 Hang Snatch (95/65)
1 Power Snatch  (95/65)
1 Hang Power Snatch  (95/65)
1 Hang Snatch (95/65)
1 Power Snatch  (95/65)
1 Hang Power Snatch  (95/65)
1 Hang Snatch (95/65)
3 Reverse Wall Climbs

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Boy that looks complicated…

Take a second look at it and you will see this that the same three lifts repeat themselves.  If you are doing the L1 workout you will be doing a Power Clean (ground to shoulder), a Hang Power Clean (from the hang to shoulder), and a Front Squat.  That’s it.  You will repeat that complex three times and then do 15 Push Ups.  Complete that combination five times to finish the workout.  So to recap, three different lifts done in order three times and then some Push Ups.

Not much changes if you are doing the L2 WOD.  The only difference lies in the type of lifts.  The workout is still three weightlifting moves:  Power Snatch (ground to overhead), the Hang Power Snatch (hang to overhead), and a Hang Snatch (hang to overhead with a full squat).   This combo of moves will require some prior skill, but once you “see” the workout, it will certainly make more sense.  Three lifts, three different times, followed by 3 Reverse Wall Climbs.

Easy peasy,

CG

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