I was dusted too, when he got here, after just about 4.5 hours of sleep and seven straight clients. I was yawning and ready for a nap but I knew I would feel alright after I broke a sweat. And that was easy around here lately.
I wanted to work on the lockout and trying to find the position I locked into on Saturday with my right shoulder during the snatch. My left shoulder is golden in terms of flexibility overhead and although the right is SO much better it still has a long way to go.I have to look up at the bell in the lockout on the right but not on the left.this of course changes many things but it seems to be the way to go.
I also need to do the slower work with the snatches to counterbalance the speed work of max vo2 day. The snatch holds are good but not enough. Now.This is perfect for wednesdays more heavier work.I need to think of doing a snatch- HOLD- each rep.Being flat on my feet during the hold changes everything here too but it is definitely the right place to be.Same but different.
Snatch with holds
20 kgx10 left
rest while Joe goes
10 total sets/5 each arm= 100 reps
I have really gotten to like thinking of each arm's snatch workout as a separate lift. I had thought about playing with this prior to reading Kenneth Jay's work but got the courage after seeing him do it. It's great, you can really put everything into one side at a time which is very different than holding back knowing you have another set (arm) to do.Good to do both.having to hold really works dynamic into static balance as well.
datsit. Rifga floor and stick stretches. Time to pack.