JT Scott | 12/02/2018 | 7

The magic is in the alchemy and the intensity here. Combining movements and charging hard leads to some really unique stimuli that are uniquely effective at generating adaptation – namely, making you faster and stronger and more capable.

Today’s a great example: we’re combining a heavy barbell movement, a swingy gymnastics movement, and a high-coordination cardio movement to create something that’s definitely more than the sum of its parts. Your coaches will be helping you dial in technique for these and get the weight set just right for the Power Cleans, and then it’s off to the races!

5 Power Cleans (185/135)
10 Toes to Bar
40 Double-Unders

7 comments for “Combos

  1. JoshMc says:

    WoD: 7+3 @ 125#, kipping leg raises (couldn’t keep the TTB going but strung these together at least) and scaled to 30 DUs. Switched jump rope length from Seasick Annie WoD and this one progressed much better. New jump rope on order is lost in the mail!

  2. Jenna says:

    6+5 @ #115 with TTB and dubs. That was HEAVY

  3. Ben B. says:

    WOD: 6 even @ 135# and TTB attempts (prob half made it to the bar)

  4. Niki Brown says:

    5+11 @ 145# with dubs (FINALLY).

    Now I want to go polish off a bag of pretzel nacho combos!

  5. Abigail R says:

    5+4 @ #95 w/ TTB and dubs. My kipping game was weak today.

  6. Eoin says:

    5+21 @ 135#, TTBs for the first 3 rounds (scaled after that), 15 DUs for the first 3 rounds (10 DUs after that)

  7. Jon says:

    5 + 4 @ 155# with TTBs and DUs

    The cleans were slow going, but I think these were some of the best TTBs I’ve done yet. Thanks, Mel, for the emphasis on snapping back to an arch!

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