Barnes Corner CrossFit – CrossFit

Adderall (3 Rounds for reps)

Part #1 – In a 10:00 Window:

Run 1 Mile

Time Remaining, Max Clean and Jerks (135/95)

— Rest 3:00 —

Part #2 – In a 7:00 Window:

Run 800 Meters

Time Remaining, Max Power Snatches (115/80)

— Rest 3:00 —

Part #3 – In a 4:00 Window:

Run 400 Meters

Time Remaining, Max Thrusters (95/65)
In terms of strategy…

The most important part of this workout is an immediate transition to the barbell. We are looking to hold what we believe to be our 2 mile race pace on the road. This is a sustainable pace on all three distances and will allow us to immediately get our hands on our bar as we run inside. What we want to avoid is pushing the run, and losing the valuable seconds we gained by walking the bar, taking unnecessary chalk/water breaks, or even unnecessary steps along the transition.

In terms of repetitions on the clean and jerk and snatch barbells – fast singles is a wise strategy for most. At this loading, touch and go repetitions are absolutely an option, but only if we can sustain the sets throughout our time remaining. We don’t want to open with a set of 7-10 repetitions, and be reduced to slow singles towards the back half of our time remaining. Use the clock to our advantage. Understanding how much time we have left as we re-enter the gym, we are looking to find the threshold pace of these two movements. Again, that is the fastest pace we can move without slowing down in the time remaining.

On the thruster barbell, a slightly different case here. We are looking for larger chunks here given the setup time between transitions. We are looking at 3-4 sets inside the window.

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