Thursday 18 June 2009

Thursday's teetering total

Today's session was not the unmitigted disaster it might have been, but it did not go as well as hoped. I had a feeling today would be a hard session, a kind of sticking point to get through, but I had less in the tank than I realised. Here is what I did:

1. Snatch doubles: Work up to 90, but I missed the second rep and could not Snatch even one rep after this. I went back to Hang Snatch singles and worked up to a single at 90 and left it there. My co-ordination was not at its best.

2. Power Clean: Work up to 100 for 1 x set of 3--Again, I went light with this even though it felt heavy and slugish.

3. Back Squats: Work up to 130 for 1 x set of 5 reps--As above.

Today was the the inevitable day where the volume caught up with me, but I am very happy with the progress I have made over the last five weeks. I will have another lightish day tomorrow and save some energy for when I go to Holland to train with a Dutch coach I met in Bucharest supporting the lads at the Europeans.

Here is another classic battle from the 85kg class class in the 2000 games in Sydney:


Cormac Mannion said...

Just wanted to give some all-around positive feedback on your entire blog. I especially enjoy the articles and the vids accompanying each entry. Keep up the great work!

Barry said...

Thank you for the compliment Cormac.

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