Tuesday, 02/22/11

"Clean Push Repeat"
Five rounds for time of:
10 Cleans (135/95)
20 Push-ups

Cleans can be power cleans or squat cleans but each rep is from the ground (no hang cleans)

Scale weight as necessary and use this as a guide:
Advanced: 135/95
Intermediate: 95/65
Beginner: 65/45

Post weight and times to comments

19 comments:

Joe said...

Thank you for posting scaled w/o's

njc said...

8:12

scaled to 85 lbs. Still need to work on form

JWM said...

8:12 at 135 for cleans

This was a good example of not scaling properly. I was able to get through the WOD at 135 lbs but my intensity suffered because of the time spent resting between reps and sets. I would have been better off with 115 or 105 for the cleans.

SG said...

8:56 at 95 lbs

Adam said...

7:50 at 65 lbs. I need to work on my form for cleans so I can increase the weight.

Sodak said...

7:45 2@ 95 and 3@85

my pride says advanced
my back says intermediate

I need to check my pride at the door beside my ego.

Good wod.

JC said...

7:07 @ 95lbs.

Chris M said...

7:36 at 95lbs

jck said...

7:30 @ 95

CPR said...

8:20 at intermediate.

Nick B said...

7:50 as RXd
5k row at 1000m intervals
good WOD!

Matt said...

Aloha,

8:43 as Rx'd (135)

Kings said...

10:02 with 135# squat cleans.

Tough workout. Looks slow in comparison to the other posts. Serious THS after a weekend at Disney.

JWM said...

Kings, the squat cleans probably added a lot of time to your WOD. I was 100% power cleans which cycled through much faster even at my relative weakness level. I might still be there if I were working squat cleans.

JV said...

6:05 at 95 lbs. no way I could have gotten the 135 though.

jswobe said...

14:52
squat cleans @ 95 lbs

Again humbled by my first "cleans-for-volume" workout...

Good WOD!


GO ARMY! USMA '00
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD

Tex said...

8:43 as rx'd (power cleans)

I lost it on the last two rounds. 4 min flat for the first three rounds...

Joe said...

8:39 scaled to 115#

Dan said...

8:46 as rx'd @135lbs (power cleans)