1 Set of 2 Reps @ 60%
1 Set of 2 Reps @ 70%
1 Set of 2 Reps @ 80%
3 Sets of 2 Reps @ 85%
Clean + Jerk
1 Set of 2 Cl. + 2 Jr. @ 60%
1 Set of 2 Cl. + 2 Jr. @ 70%
1 Set of 2 Cl. + 2 Jr. @ 80%
3 Sets of 2 Cl. + 1 Jr. @ 85%
Power Clean + Push Press
1 Set of 3 P.Cl. + 3 P.Pr. @ 60%
1 Set of 3 P.Cl. + 3 P.Pr. @ 65%
3 Sets of 3 P.Cl. + 2 P.Pr. @ 70%
Daily Volume: 60
Weekly Volume: 253
Well, I was supposed to clean pull, snatch deadlift and front squat, but didn't have time today due to coaching.
It doesn't look like I was bringing my hips to the bar with speed on snatches and my weight was coming too far back on a couple of the cleans. The work continues!
Assuming you're keeping up with back squatting, how do you know when you should focus a little bit more on front squatting? The answer is simple: when coming out of the bottom of a clean feels/looks like a struggle! If you're back squatting and your numbers continue to increase, you may want to sprinkle in a few more sessions of front squat to stay strong with the clean. Front squats have great transferability to coming out of the bottom of the clean. Get after it!