“Rack City” For Time: 10 Power Cleans (155/105) 50 Air Squats 10 Front Squats (155/105) 50 Air Squats 10 Push Jerks (155/105) 50 Air Squats 10 Clusters (155/105)
L2 Hang Power Cleans Sub Thrusters for Clusters L1 All bar movements with MB Sub Thrusters for Clusters 30 Air Squats
The barbell movements present the biggest challenge in today’s workout. If taken conservatively, they can become a sticking point for many athletes. Rather than trying to break these up early and often, athletes can make it a goal to attack each barbell movement. Just clearing the ten repetitions each time gets them to the air squat station, where they can settle into a more reserved pace. This speed can be something that will allow them to hit the next barbell hard as well. This doesn’t mean that these movements have to be performed unbroken, but 1-2 aggressive sets or really fast singles (for cleans and clusters) should be doable if they correct weight was chosen.