Jackie’s ready for the CrossFit Games!
Work to 1RM
10 Hang Cleans (155/115)
50 Double Unders
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Power Clean 1rm = 185lbs. 15lbs lighter than my prior 205lb 1rm!! Anyone ever go backwards?
Metcon = 15:11 @ 135lbs
Weights felt heavy today! ??? Must need more rest from the weekend and the Hope workout?
Allen – Metcon = 14:39 @ 155
Daniel – Metcon = 14:53 @ 115 & Subbed DU for 100 SU.
Power Clean: 240lb
Power Clean: 240lb
1rm= 225 lbs
PR 210 power clean but 205 felt easy don’t understand why 210 was so hard
Metcon1 rd 135# 2-5 95#
100 singles instead of DU
Don’t create a mental barrier. Once weight becomes perceived as “heavy”, your mind has the tendency to question your body. Although there are certainly “off days”, you’ll find that if you can become more aggressive with the weight from a mental standpoint and trust your body, the weight will go up. With anything though, all in moderation. If you’re burning yourself out at work and outside of the gym in general, then your performance in the gym will suffer.
Thanks for the advice. I honestly I think it came down to technique catching the weight flush at the bottom, I think I pull to high and still try to catch it rock bottom squat- Oh well. The weight does get in my head sometimes that it’s just to heavy. Thanks Paul.
New PR 265, 10# increase
Metcon RX 13:30
PR Power Clean at 95#
Metcon at 65#
Singles instead of DU
Metcon RX: 14:39
Power clean 205. Tried 215 but it wasn’t going to happen today.
Metcon = 16:45 as rx
Metcon = 21:38 @ 110lbs
Clean: 155# (pr)
Metcon: 21:25 with 115#
Power Clean 1rm = 185lbs.
Metcon = 9:56 @115lbs
7:45 metcon Rx
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