C’ville Strength Workout: Saturday 4/20


Went back into the mobilityWOD archives to find some wisdom on wrist mobility.

For non-competitors:

  • max rack jerk (behind the neck)
  • max front squat

For competitors:

  • snatch, light singles (no heavier than 70%)
  • clean and jerk, light singles (no heavier than 70%)
  • mobilize

For those competing on Sunday, please take the time to think about what you’re going to want to eat during the day.  You’ll probably want something to eat and drink after you weigh in.  You’ll also definitely want to have something to eat after your snatch attempts, and you should probably also have some celebratory food and/or alcohol set aside for consumption after you finish your lifts.  If you are a caffeine-addict like me, you’ll want to make sure that you have an appropriate number of doses of coffee, red bull, or whatever in order to get you through the day.

3 thoughts on “C’ville Strength Workout: Saturday 4/20

  1. For those wondering what sorts of foods to bring to eat before/during lifting, here’s what I’m bringing:

    Pedialite (for after weigh-in, since I”ll be dehydrated), dried dates (amazing source for instant energy), deli meat, jerky, bananas, almond butter, cocoa-roast almonds, coffee, dark chocolate mint m&ms, sweet potato tortilla chips, water. Note: don’t eat too much protein before you lift, since your body will expend a significant amount of energy trying to digest it.

    Will I eat all of that during the meet? No. But it’s better to have more than necessary on hand. I might eat all of it AFTER the meet, though…

  2. BTN Jerk (More of a press, really): 15 kg
    FS: 70 kg (Matched my previous PR)

    1. Oops.
      BTN: 50 kg

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