Workout of the Day

Twenty Down

Written By Charleh Dickinson  |  Toes To Bar 

For time;
1000-meter Row
80 Alternating Dumbbell Snatches 50lbs/35lbs
60 Wall Balls (20lbs/14lbs to 10ft for all)
40 Toes-to-Bar
20 Strict Handstand Push-Ups

WODprep Strategy Top Tips:

First up, the 1000-meter row. We want to start strong but not burn out too quickly. Find a rhythm that you can maintain throughout the row. Think of it as a steady, sustainable pace that allows you to conserve energy for the rest of the workout.

Next, we have the alternating dumbbell snatches. These can be tough on the grip and shoulders. To avoid fatigue, let’s break them up into smaller sets. Look at sets of 10 or 8 reps.

Now, it’s time for wall balls. These require leg strength and shoulder endurance. Instead of going all-out, let’s break them up wisely. How about sets of 10 or 15 reps? Take short breaks between sets to catch your breath and keep your form on point.

Moving on to toes-to-bar. These can get challenging, especially after the previous movements. To prevent muscle failure, let’s break them up early. Try sets of 5 or 8 reps. Taking short rests between sets will help us maintain a strong grip and core strength.

Finally, we reach the strict handstand push-ups. These demand serious upper body strength and shoulder stability. Start by breaking them up into manageable sets, like sets of 3 or 5 reps. This way, we’ll maintain good form and avoid burning out too quickly.


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