January 7, 2018

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1 Mile run
50 Power cleans 135/95 lb

Workout notes

Today’s workout is a chipper but it is essentially two single element pieces. We start with a moderate duration run and finish with a large set of a simple barbell movement.  It will be a little chilly today so wear long sleeves and some cold weather gear for the run if needed. You will probably start to warm up as you make your way to the turnaround point but you’ll want to be comfortable as you set out.  When you get back to the gym you’re tasked with a large set of power cleans.  The best strategy for a set size this large is usually single repetitions at a sustainable cadence.  Challenge yourself when you get to the barbell by limiting the time the bar rests on the ground.  Take a few breaths and pick up that bar![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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