“Urgent behavior is not driven by a belief that all is well — or that everything is a mess — but instead that the world contains great opportunities and great hazards. Even more so, urgent action is not created by feelings of contentment, anxiety, frustration, or anger, but by a gut-level determination to move and win, now. These feelings quite naturally lead to behavior in which people are alert and proactive, in which they constantly scan the environment around them, both inside and outside their organizations, looking for information relevant to success and survival. With complacency or false urgency, people look inward, not out, and they miss what is essential for prosperity.”
Week 36 Training: 14.03.11
A. E90S x 6: 1 Power Snatch + 1 Hang Snatch + 1 OHS – AHAP w/no misses
Notes: Focus on technique here is imperative. Technical execution over weight lifted.
B. Front Squat/Back Squat: 5×1/3@90 – E2M
Notes: This should be read as 5 sets of 1 front squat directly into 3 back squats at 90% of your 1-RM front squat. In other words, if your 1-RM front squat is 300#, you will front squat 270# for 1 rep, and then transition IMMEDIATELY into 3 back squats at the same weight. You may rack the bar to transition. Start a new set every 2 minutes.
C. 5 rounds, each for time and load:
-10 Unbroken Shoulder to Overhead
D. Spend a full 15 minutes cooling down: going through full ROM movements, bringing your heart rate down, working on tissue length and quality, taking in your post-workout, etc.