10/23/2014 Breaking Up Big Movements

23
Oct

10/23/2014 Breaking Up Big Movements

“Breaking Up Big Movements”
Breaking up the snatch into components is a good way to practice. Today we are doing this by first power snatching from the ground, then doing overhead squats. If you have trouble with getting the bar into a good second pull, pause at the hang position (mid-thigh). During the metcon, you’ll develop a stronger relationship with the kettlebell (not necessarily a loving one).

Workout of the Day:
Strength
Every 90 seconds for 15 minutes: Snatch + 3 OHS (increase weight each rep)
Conditioning
For time:
40 goblet squats, (55/35)
30 KB swings, (55/35)
20 toes to bar
10 KB snatches (10L/10R)
20 toes to bar
30 KB swings, (55/35)
40 goblet squats, (55/35)