Monday 2 November 2009

Monday's magnum

I was pretty tired during training today and looking back, I set my sights too high. I needed to be a little more realistic considering my training volume last week as well as maxing out on Saturday's second session. That's alright though, this is supposed to be a learning process after all. Here is what I did tonight:

A fifteen minute warm up. I was very stiff and warming up took more effort than usual.

Reverse Pulls--1x2@40, 50, 60, 70, 82 1x1@92--I did these as part of the warm up which also worked on pulling skill and back lock.

Snatch--Because I was so stiff, it was hard to get locked into position.
1x3@40, 40 1x2@60 1x1@80, 90, 95--This was awful so I went back to 90 again for a swinging miss behind and then a decent, but slow Snatch. I left it there.

Snatch Pulls--1x2@90, 100, 105, 110, 115

Cleans--1x2@60, 60, 90, 100, 110 for three doubles. These had to be ground out, but each set got a little better.

Back Squats--1x2@110, 120, 130, 140--I was all done in by then so I left it there for a quick stretch.

Have a look at the video below of some of the lifting today from Zag and I:

video

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

hey baz
just watch the roundage of the lower back on the reverse pulls in your last few vids its been creeping in, these exercises wont fix the roundage/ back lock issues if not performed very strictly.

Barry said...

It feels like I cannot do anything about the lower back in that exercise, but I will try extra hard next time I perform it. Cheers for the pointer.

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