Looking back at your open performance, what are things that went well and what are some things you might need to work on. Reflecting on the last 5 weeks will really help you fill some gaps by working on your weaknesses. Your coaches are here to help.
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2 to 3 rounds based on individual needs
15 cals row
5 divebomb push-ups
Banded hamstring mobility
Warm-up the deadlift
Spend 10 minutes lifting in sets of three just to get the deadlift warmed up. Then spend some time with your partner and go through the movements. There are some rules you must follow.
25 min AMRAP
40 deadlifts (225/155#)(185/125#)
30 partner sit-ups w/med ball
10 synchronized burpees
*deadlifts and push-ups must alternate. Non-working partner must hold plank while your partner is doing their push-ups.
**each partner must do a sit-up each time, one has the med ball. Pass every rep.
Making rules is the best when it comes to partner workouts. So the first is everyone has a bar and in order for your partner to accumulate some deadlift reps, you must have your bar locked out. You can switch whenever you want, but you cannot go until your partner had their bar standing up. Secondly, the sit-ups are each, however, only 15 of them will be with the med ball. So you each will do a sit-up every time, but you will pass the mad ball every rep. Third, just like the deadlifts, you must be in a plank position for your partner to accumulate push-up reps. And lastly, the burpees must be synchronized, so that’s 10 each.