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A. 1 1/4 front squat
Build to a tough/fast single

B. EMOTM 8:
3 touch-and-go high hang power snatches
*Move fast. Prioritize speed over load.

C. Prep w/ easy intervals of Open movements w/ airdyne
30s of work at aerobic pace
Move for around 10-15 min

The psychology of training is far more important than any specific program. Check out these limiting beliefs:

"Four harsh truths that will make you a healthier person" From Lifehacker

A. Snatch Grip Push Press + Over Head Squat- 3x1.1
*Do the complex twice each set

B. Drop Snatch- 3x1.1.1

C.30 Min AMRAP @ 70%
1 Min Alt DB Snatch, Light
1 Min Walking Lunges
1 Min Side Plank (30s/side)
1 Min Farmers Walk
1 Min Row Calories, S/M below 20

The psychology of training is far more important than any specific program. Check out these limiting beliefs:

"Four harsh truths that will make you a healthier person" From Lifehacker

A. Clean Deadlift To Above Knee- 3x1.1.1
*Build over sets

B. Clean High Pull- 3x1.1.1
*Build over sets

C. Below Knee Hang Squat Clean- 3x1.1.1

D. For Time: (12 Min Cap)
50 DU
40 Wall Ball (20/14)
30 Dead Lift (115/85)
20 Burpees Over Bar
10 Squat Clean & Jerk (115/85)

What is the motivation for folks who vacillate wildly from very strict adherence to diet and training protocols to going completely off the rails? What are the getting internally out of this behavior that keeps it coming?:

"Breaking bad habits" from OPEX

A. Clean Deadlift To Above Knee- 3x1.1.1
*Build over sets

B. Clean High Pull- 3x1.1.1
*Build over sets

C. Below Knee Hang Power Clean- 3x1.1.1

D. For Time: (12 Min Cap)
50 DU
40 Wall Balls
30 KB Swings
20 Burpees
10 Alternating Single Arm KB Clean & Jerk

What is the motivation for folks who vacillate wildly from very strict adherence to diet and training protocols to going completely off the rails? What are the getting internally out of this behavior that keeps it coming?:

"Breaking bad habits" from OPEX

A. Snatch pull + Snatch high pull + Power snatch
Build quickly to a max

B. jerk dip x2 + Jerk drive + Push jerk
Build quickly to a max

C. 2 sets @ 97%:
30s squat clean thrusters (115/75)
30s burpee box jumps
Rest 7 min
+
2 sets @ 97%:
60s airdyne
Rest 7 min

D. 20 min airdyne @ 70%

What is the motivation for folks who vacillate wildly from very strict adherence to diet and training protocols to going completely off the rails? What are the getting internally out of this behavior that keeps it coming?:

"Breaking bad habits" from OPEX

A. DB Bench Press- 3x8-10, 30x1, R90

B. Single Arm KB Bent Over Row- 3x6-8/Side, 2011, R90

C. 18 Min AMRAP @ 90%
10 Double KB Press
10 Box Jumps
10 Ring Rows
1 Min Front Plank

Injuries are massively disruptive to training, and are also very poorly understood. What are the factors that lead to injury, and how do different athletes react differently?:

"No more pain" from Training Think Tank

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Injuries are massively disruptive to training, and are also very poorly understood. What are the factors that lead to injury, and how do different athletes react differently?:

"No more pain" from Training Think Tank

A. Narrow Grip Bench Press-
Build to a Tough 4 in 12 Mins

B. Pendlay Row-
Build to a Tough 4 in 10 Mins

C. 18 Min AMRAP @ 90%
10 HSPU
10 Box Jumps (30/24)
10 Pull Ups
1 Min Plank Walk Outs

Injuries are massively disruptive to training, and are also very poorly understood. What are the factors that lead to injury, and how do different athletes react differently?:

"No more pain" from Training Think Tank

A. KB Split Squat- 3x8-10/Leg, 20x0, R60

B. TGU Half Kneeling to Stand- 3x8-10/Leg, 2010, R60

C. 3 Sets @ 90%:
6 Min AMRAP-
1 Min Row/Airdyne
1 Min Hand Release Push Ups
1 Min DB Thrusters
Rest 3 Min

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While each athlete's template will ideally be individualized based upon training history and goals, this is a great starting point for structuring training through the Open:

"Prepping your Open training schedule" from OPEX

A. Barbell Split Squat-
Build to a tough 6/Leg in 12 Mins

B. TGU Half Kneeling to Stand- 3x8-10, 2010, R60

C. 3 Sets @ 90%:
6 Min AMRAP-
1 Min Double Unders
1 Min Wall Walks
1 Min Thrusters (75/45)
Rest 3 Min

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While each athlete's template will ideally be individualized based upon training history and goals, this is a great starting point for structuring training through the Open:

"Prepping your Open training schedule" from OPEX