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WOD: Thursday

A. EMOM for 20 min:
1 Power Clean + 3 Front Squats + 1 Push Press
*There will be a rest minute after each 5 rounds. Start at a moderate weight and aim to increase after each five rounds.
*Use Tuesdays testing results as a guide for your load.
*You have 30 seconds to complete the complex within the minute.

B. Max rep partner Burpee/Plank – 3 min.

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WOD: Wednesday

Partner Workout: (for reps and time)
In this workout one partner runs 400m while the other performs max reps of – 1. Box Jumps 24/20″ 2. C2B Pull-ups 3. Hand Release Push-ups 4. Toes to Bar 5. Double-unders.  At the completion of the 400m run both partners will rest for 1 minute before swapping tasks.

The partner with the highest total reps at the end of the five rounds wins.  The team with the highest combined total in the shortest time wins.

Please check out our tutorial videos – Box Jumps, C2B Pull-ups, Push-ups, Toes to Bar, Double-unders.

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WOD: Tuesday

Welcome back – we hope you all had a great Easter long weekend.

Testing Day 2
Perform the following challenges in any order:
3RM Front Squat
1RM Power Clean
2RM Push Press
1RM Weighted Pull-up/Chin-up
*There are no time limits on any of the challenges however you should aim to complete them all in within the session. Combine the Power Clean and Push Press to save time if you wish.

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WOD: Easter Monday

We hope you all had a safe and happy Easter. We will be at the gym from 3:00pm-4:00pm. Come in for Open Gym and work off some of your Easter Goodness.

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WOD: Saturday

For anyone keen for a workout I will be heading to beach entrance 229 (see map) at 7:00am for a short session.

All are welcome.

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Good Friday

Update: Chris & Marie are training at 3.30pm today – the workout will be a team rowing based workout. The specifics will depend on how many people turn up – all are welcome.

Please note that the gym is closed today for Good Friday. Have a great day!

Results:
Chris
Megan
Steve W
Jacko
Marie
Bodo
Nat
Alan
Steve K

Chabbit

WOD: Thursday

EMOM for 20 minutes:
1 Power Snatch
2 Snatch Balance
3 Overhead Squat
*The aim for this workout is to increment your weight four times across the 20 rounds. For rounds 1-5 use a load that you can move easily (about 50% of 1RM Snatch) and then add weight at rounds 6-10, 11-15 and 16-20. The last 5 rounds should be close to maximal with consideration given to the volume or work and movements used.

Post loads and rounds completed successfully to comments.

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WOD: Wednesday

6 x 400m Run
*Aim not to deviate more than 10 seconds from your fastest time.
*Work:Rest = 1:1

Before you decide to make today a rest day have a think about the overall concept of what we’re training for – increased ability in a wide variety of disciplines. This means that we must workout short and long, light and heavy, inside and outside, in the cold and the heat and with a broad range of exercises.
Like it or not, running is one of the most effective ways to develop cardio vascular conditioning and represents a weakness in most peoples repertoire. So, ignore that little voice in your head that is telling you otherwise and get your running shoes on!

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WOD: Tuesday

Happy Birthday to Jesse Saliba today!

Testing Day 1
Perform the following challenges in any order with as much rest as you see fit in between.
- Toes to Bar: Max reps 90 seconds
- Box Jumps: Max reps 90 seconds (24/20″ box)
- Double-unders: Max reps 90 seconds
- Farmers Carry: Max unbroken distance carried (20/10kg weight plate pinch grip)
- Chest to Bar Pull-ups: Max reps 90 seconds
- Hand Release Push-ups: Max reps 90 seconds
- 10m Shuttle Run: Max distance in 60 seconds (3 point contact at each turn)



KB Squat

WOD: Monday

For load and time:
40 KB Squat 24/16kg (see picture)
40 Burpees (instructional video – here)
20 Front Squats (choose own load)
40 Burpees
40 KB Squat
*Front squats are taken from the ground.
*20 min cut off.

Tips: It’s likely that the load for your front squat is going to be limited by your clean – so when choosing your weight for the front squat consider how much weight you expect to be able to clean with the fatigue of the previous work under your belt.