10 pax posted at Meathead this past Wednesday for the second installment of week 9 of our 11-week strength program.
Warm up: arm circles (big, small)
|Waiter carries: 5 x (1 carry ea side @ 32kg)
|Double cleans: 5 x (5 cleans @ 24kg)
|Double front squats: 5 x (5 squats @ 24kg)
|2H swings: 5 x (20 swings @ 40-48kg, rest :30)
COT with the Anvil pax, where Point Break took us out. Happy birthday, PB!
Announcements (courtesy of the Anvil backblast):
- PLEASE READ: Two of our brothers have recently been laid off. Please check out their LinkedIn profiles below and socialize them across your networks. One of the great things about this group is the opportunity to support each other in these times of need. If you know of an opportunity make sure to reach out to them.
- Beer Mile (Unofficial): April 24th – Check the Slack Channel (#beermile) for more info
- Thanks to the pax for posting. We’ve got a strong core kettlebell crew that’s been powering through the current strength program. There’s a little turnover/shuffling depending on the day and week, but we’ve been experiencing great numbers. Your site Qs appreciate it.
- After weeks of travel that took me away from my regular posts, it was good to be back out there in the gloom. It’s not the same doing the workouts with dumbbells in a hotel gym (although it’s better than not doing them at all).
- There were a lot of strong performances out there: Mighty Mite swinging the 40kg bell, High Tide swinging the 44, Unplugged with the double 24s, Hoover with the double 28s, Ickey with the double 28s. The list goes on and on. It’s clear that the pax are experiencing mad gainz from the regular KB workouts. If you want some of this, you’d better start posting.
- On Saturday (tomorrow at the time of posting this BB), we will be doing the presses, snatches, and farmer carries. The snatches will be tough with only :10 rest between sets, which should be sufficient to get you to 100 reps in 5:00 if you keep the rest strict. If performed with a 24 kg bell, that is sufficient to complete the SFG Level I snatch test. Push hard!