Daily Challenge

Daily Challenge: “Elaine”
Format: Cluster, Reps for Goal
Tracking: Hang Cleans (click P360 Virtual Whiteboard button above)

First, For Goal.
Hang Cleans

  • 8 @ 60% – Growth
  • 8 @ 40% – FLC
  • 5 @ 80% – Strength

10 Push-Ups

  • Add Weight for Strength Goal

80m Run
(x20 minutes)

Then, Finisher Choice

Growth – 50 Rev. Grip Curls
FLC – 50 Burpees
Strength – 5 x 80m Farmer Walk

Specialty

P360 Outdoor Shred
4:30p & 5:30p @ P360 Mission Beach

In a Team of 3, Rotate on C Person
A: Dirty 30
B: 30 Flutter Kicks + 30 Plank Kickouts
C: 800m Run
(x30 minutes)

Then,
Catamaran Run
As you return perform jumping jacks until last person returns

 Training Notes

Improving Your “Catch” of the Barbell
Athletes often struggle with receiving the barbell in “rack position”. This is Brett’s position above. The barbell is rested firmly across the deltoids, not the sternum. You will the barbell is right at the base of the throat, not forward resting.

How do you get the barbell to land in this position properly?

SPEED!

On the 3rd pull of the movement, the portion where we drop underneath the barbell you must move very quickly and focus on driving your elbows up at maximum velocity! Think about this as an attacker making his way towards you and must throw a vicious elbow uppercut at them. Move with the kind of barbell speed like your life was at stake!

Then, you will have an idea of the speed required to be successful at Olympic lifting.

In this position, Caitlin is focusing on one thing. Applying as much speed and power as possible!

On the 3rd pull of the movement, the portion where we drop underneath the barbell you must move very quickly and focus on driving your elbows up at maximum velocity! Think about this as an attacker making his way towards you and must throw a vicious elbow uppercut at them. Move with the kind of barbell speed like your life was at stake!

Then, you will have an idea of the speed required to be successful at Olympic lifting.

(Visited 45 times, 1 visits today)