Power Clean and Jerk Build to Heavy Single “Grace” For Time: 30 Clean and Jerks (135/95)
L2 Hang Clean and Jerk L1 MB Ground to Overhead
Similar to “Isabel” last week, the best strategy here is the one that keeps athletes moving the whole time. Whether this is quick singles, small sets, or a descending rep scheme, it is all about minimizing rest time. It is better to be more consistent from start to finish than it is to open up strong and fall off on the back half. Singles and small sets of 2-3 speak for themselves, however if the weight is lighter for athletes, a descending rep scheme gets bigger chunks done earlier. 6-5-4-3-2 gets athletes to 20 repetitions. Once at 20 repetitions, athletes can move to quick singles, as those will likely always be there with only 10 repetitions to go.