10-8-6-4-2 Clean and Jerks (155/105 lbs)
20-16-12-8-4 Box Jumps (30″/24″)
30-24-18-12-6 Wall Balls (20/14 lbs)
WODprep Strategy Top Tips:
Clean and Jerks:
- This workout consists of decreasing repetitions for the clean and jerks, which means the rep schemes get easier as the workout goes on.
- Start with a steady pace for the set of 10. Break it into smaller sets if needed to maintain good form and prevent early fatigue. For example, 5-5 or 4-3-3.
- For the set of 8, aim to maintain your pace or even increase it slightly. Consider doing sets of 4-4 or 3-3-2.
- As you move to the set of 6, it’s a good time to pick up the pace. If possible, aim for unbroken reps or shorter rest breaks.
- The set of 4 should be fast. Try to complete it without breaking if you can.
- Finally, for the set of 2, give it your all and sprint to the finish.
- The box jumps require explosive power and coordination.
- Start with a pace that you can comfortably maintain for the set of 20. .
- For the set of 16, maintain a similar pace, but if you feel confident, you can try to speed up slightly.
- As the reps decrease, push harder, and take shorter rest breaks between sets.
- In the set of 8 and 4, give it your all to finish strong.
- Wall balls can be demanding, especially on your legs and shoulders.
- For the set of 30, break it into manageable sets like 10-10-10 or 15-15 if necessary.
- As you progress to the set of 24, try to maintain a consistent pace and minimize rest breaks.
- In the set of 18, you should be in a rhythm, focusing on breathing and efficient movement.
- In the set of 12, push yourself to go unbroken or with minimal breaks.
- Finally, in the set of 6, give it your all and sprint to the finish.
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