"Joker" For Time: 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10: Toes to Bar 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1: Deadlifts (225/155) In this simple couplet workout, the reps start on opposite ends. The workout flows like so: 1 Toes to Bar 10 Deadlifts 2 Toes to Bar 9 Deadlifts …. Scale Options: T2B - Knee Raise, Knee to Elbow, 3x Sit-Ups MetCon: 2x Reps KB Deadlift Sit-Ups
In this simple couplet workout, the reps start on opposite ends. The workout flows like so: 1 Toes to Bar 10 Deadlifts 2 Toes to Bar 9 Deadlifts …. We’ll follow that format until the final round of 10 Toes to Bar and 1 Deadlifts. Looking for a deadlift weight that athletes could complete 21+ repetitions unbroken when fresh, with no more than 1 break on any set within the workout. We’ll likely break up the toes to bar more than the deadlifts, but the variation should be something that athletes could complete 15+ unbroken reps when fresh. If the toes to bar number is quite large (55 reps), athletes have the option to simply complete 3-5 reps each round to manage volume. This puts them somewhere between 30-50 reps. We can also change up the variation and keep the rep scheme the same.