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Workout of the Day
7 minute EMOM:
Clean and Jerk
Load by feel
NOTE: Any type of Clean from the ground. Either Push or Split Jerk. “Load by feel” means use a weight or weights that are good for you. Increase as is good for you. Decrease if necessary.
6 rounds for time of:
7 Shoulder to overhead 95/65#
NOTE: Shoulder to Overhead (STO) means you can press, push press, push jerk or split jerk. All these lifts start at the shoulders and go up (“up” in this case means over your head, hence the phrase, “Shoulder to Overhead”.
Post your scores to the Whiteboard.
Hahahahahahahahahaha (referring to some white board note I read)
Is there a rest or a break between the two metcons? Is the double under challenge the extra work?
The way it’s written leads me to ask these questions.
Ben–Who could have caused you to chuckle so vigorously? Who could have authored a Whiteboard Note so entertaining?
To answer your questions which by now I realize is a moot point, I wrote the workout as I always do. It’s the layout of the instructions that has you baffled. Sorry for the ambiguity. I will return to my style of writing workouts that you are familiar with. I may write with new crystal clear clarity for the Thursday’s workout.
i really hope the whiteboard “note” doesnt have to do with me this month. lol
Dana–Wait. What??? When were you the subject of a Whiteboard Note? Did I miss something?