Wednesday 25 November 2009

Tuesday's trajectory

I had time to do a little power up session and I also used it to work out the stiffness and soreness from the previous day's training. Here is what I did in the first session:

10 minutes on the power plate doing muscle activation and stretching, followed by bar work and overhead squats.
Snatch--1x2@40, 40, 40, 60 1x1@70, 80, 90
Clean and Jerk--1x1@60, 60, 60, 80, 100

I left it there and although my legs were feeling pretty tired, I felt the better for the session. Here is what I did later that evening:

Snatch--1x2@50, 50, 70 1x1@80, 90, 100, 105, I then missed 107 twice. I was actually happy because I have never made the jump from 90 to 100 before and I made it in this session which is good new for my competition warm ups. Again, the 107's were just too slow, but I did not let it bother me.

Clean and Jerk--1x1@70, 70, 100, 110, 120, 130, 140--I had never made the jump from 130 to 140 before, but I was not feeling like I had much gas in the tank so I made the jump and I was happy to get it. I went through the motions to attempt 145 but I was not in the right state of mind for it.

I was pretty wrecked by this stage so Zag made the executive decision for me to abandon my squats. I was happy to go along with the call and finished off on that note. I have a light session on Thursday and on Saturday I will go up to openers. Have a look at the video below and let me know what you think:


koing Chea said...

105 looked easy!
C&J look sweet, the 140 jerk looks very good, nice even split!
Zag PS look very powerful!

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