090811 TUESDAY “Number 2”
+++5am class canceled this Wednesday and Friday!+++
Mountain coaches Riley in the background, Juliana hammers out the deadlifts on her own.
Olympic Weightlifting Warm Up: 10 overhead squats with light to moderate weight, pausing at the bottom of each rep. 10 heaving snatch balances with light to moderate weight. Us as many sets as needed and rest often to keep good form (you don’t have to do it all in one set).
Workout: “Number 2”
As many rounds as possible in 15 minutes of:
10 Wall Balls (20lb ball, 10′ target for men. 14lb ball, 8′ target for women)
10 Sumo Deadlift High-pulls (44lb kb men, 35lb kb women)
10 Ring Push-ups
10 Double Unders
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More examination of 14,811 female patients in the ACLS showed that women who were very fit were 55 percent less likely to die from breast cancer than women who were not in good shape. This was after the researchers had controlled for BMI, smoking, family history of breast cancer and other possible risk factors. . .”
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