Pre WOD: 25 mins to find heavy set of 3 reps:
Hands cannot let go of the bar
WOD: For time of:
15/11 Cal Row 21 Thursters (95/65)
15/11 Cal Row 15 Thursters (95/65)
15/11 Cal Row 9 Thursters (95/65)
10 min time limit
I just want to send a special shut out to everyone who send me pictures from the Opens. I know it was a while ago, but they were incredible. A special thanks to Katie P. as her pictures are incredible. Thank you for taking the time to making us all look amazing!!! In the next several weeks we are going to put up pictures from the 15.3 workout, which include the Adaptive athletes. These are some great pictures and I hope you guys use them as inspiration to push your limits.
Pre WOD: Teach the Bar Pull Over
If you cannot do pull ups (which is step 1) work on Skin the Cat
WOD 1: Gymnastics Baseline 1: 12 min AMRAP of:
12 Pull Ups
12 Kettlebell Swings (24/16)
WOD 2: Gymnastics Baseline 2: 12 min AMRAP of:
2 Muscle Ups
4 Handstand Push Ups
8 Kettlebell Swings (32/24)
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WOD: For time:
30 Push Up-less Burpees
30 Ground to Overhead (65/45)
20 Ground to Overhead (135/85)
30 Over the Bar Burpees
10 Ground to Overhead (185/115)
30 Inverted Burpees
5 Ground to Overhead (225/135)
Too much or not enough…
I looked at this workout a lot before publishing it. I asked for opinions before putting it out there. It’s a lot, but is it too much? Let’s have a look:
At first you will recognize that there are 120 Burpees in this workout that come in all different varieties. The reality is that there are 120 reps, but not nearly 120 Burpees. The first set of Burpees doesn’t contain a Push Up, which means you do not have to bend your elbow at all if you don’t want to. To begin a workout in this fashion would be to begin a workout with some Double Unders, which is to say simple (which does not mean easy, but rather simple). The last set of Burpees, which are inverted don’t really include any pressing in the frontal plane, but it does demand that you go overhead. Once you get to them, you are going to wish you were doing regular Burpees, because these suckers take FOREVER!
There are 65 reps with a barbell that start from the floor and end overhead and you can do it anyhow (C&J or Snatch). The loads do get heavier, but almost half of the reps take place at (65/45), which are light weights for 100% of you. It is not until the second half of the workout that things start to get ugly.
With all of that said, you can see how this workout changes from one thing to another. The reps, of which there are 185 in total, will start quick and painless. As the workout progresses, the complexity of the workout, the focus required, and rest needed will all increase simultaneously until there isn’t much workout left.
I strongly recommend that, if possible, you do this workout as Rx and take your time doing it. This is not the kind of workout that you try and blast through unless these are some weights you can absolutely crush. If that’s the case, then go heavier accordingly.
Now it looks so damn easy,