“Bike Drop” Teams of 3: For Time (30 Minute Cap): 90/60 Calorie Row 75 Power Snatches, 75 Thrusters (75/55) 90/60 Calorie Row 60 Power Snatches, 60 Thrusters (95/65) 90/60 Calorie Row, 45 Power Snatches, 45 Thrusters (115/80) 90/60 Calorie Row, 30 Power Snatches, 30 Thrusters (135/95) 90/60 Calorie Row, 15 Power Snatches, 15 Thrusters (155/105)
L1 MB Ground to Overhead MB Thrusters
Going along with the mindset of nearly all of our team workouts, the goal here is to go fast until athletes are about to slow down, then switch out. On the bike, that means probably no more than :15 seconds of sprinting at a time. Early on in the barbell movements, it will be easier to hold on for bigger sets. Athletes may be able to string together 12-15 repetitions per turn. However, as those loads start to increase, we can think about cutting the reps down. With the nature of the thruster, teams can try to hold on for bigger sets there as the bar doesn’t have to come back to the ground. The snatches do come back to the ground with each rep, so although the number of transitions will go up with smaller sets, we can aim to make these transitions quick and seamless.