(Photo: (Lexis, Thailand.) Distance traveled for learning in and of itself does not denote progress, but it does demonstrate desire…
and there is no one without the other.)
12 rounds of:
In all but the rarest of circumstances, push press will govern weight. Adjust by round as needed- demand straight, strong lock-out in each rep. As always, with each lift, mechanics, position, and range of motion govern weight.
Then, 6 rounds of:
Each round/ arm is to be performed with one single kettlebell- weakest lift in the sequence governs weight. Fight for position, be patient and brutal, and don’t under-lift.
And then, 6 minutes of:
Goal is a minimum of one round per minute; Position and pace should both be technical and vicious. Hunt the work, move like you care that you’re there, and rest when you’re done.
Reminder! (Almost) all movements referenced above are linked to high-quality video demonstrations/ explanations!
Please use them to your advantage!