single-arm snatch (alternating, total) @ 55/35-lbs.
sumo deadlift high-pull
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How much weight on the SDHP? I am psyched…I think I can actually make this one work in the hotel gym!
It’s the same for both loaded movements—55 lbs. is the men’s prescribed weight for the snatch and SDHP. If there is no change in weight selection between movements, we usually just list it once.
And thank you for the kind words on yesterday’s (Friday’s) post. We’re stoked to have you and your endless enthusiasm on the team.
Michelle C.: 32:22 (25-lbs.; sub: single-arm sdhp, v-up)
Jessica H.: dnf
Joe C.: 31:14 (45-lbs.; sub: hanging knee raise)
Roselena R.: 35:19 (25-lbs.)
Kris C.: 37:55 (35-lbs.; sub: single-arm sdhp, hanging knee raise)
Ivy F.: 30:54 (sub: hanging knee raise)
Jeff W.: 42:04 (35-lbs.)
Neil A.: 27:42 (45-lbs.; sub: v-up)
Samir M.: 28:41 (35-lbs.; sub: v-up)
Sakar P.: 36:19 (35-lbs.; sub: hanging knee raise)
This thing looked brutal. Wish I could have been there to join. See you all Monday.