Push Press 5 Sets of 3 “Waterworks” For Time: 50/35 Calorie Row 40 Kettlebell Swings (53/35) 30 Push Press (115/80) 40 Kettlebell Swings (53/35) 50/35 Calorie Row L2 Sub Russian KB Swings L1 35/20 Cal Row 30 Russian KB Swing 20 Push Press 30 Russian KB Swing 35/20 Cal Row
In this chipper workout, things will likely start to get sticky at the start of the push press. Athletes can pace out the opening two movements so they are able to thrive on the barbell and not just survive. This likely means holding a moderate pace on the first row, emphasizing a slow recovery and a big drive, and breathing through 2-3 sets on the kettlebell. If approached correctly, athletes can aim to knock the barbell out in 2-3 sets. 15-15, 12-10-8, or 10-10-10 are just a few of the many options. When athletes get back to the kettlebell and the rower in the back half of the workout, they can look to hold a slightly more aggressive pace than that on the front half.