Thursday, 23 January 2020

 

Rest Day

 

 

MP Iron Club

1730-1900

MP Iron Club is dedicated to improving every athlete’s lifting ability. The core of the class is to develop the skills and strength needed to improve the Olympic and power lifts. Basic knowledge and some practical application, NOT mastery, of these lifts are required to attend the class*. A wide variety of accessory movements, auxiliary lifts, and drills will also be taught and used. So if you want to add 1 or more pounds to your lifts, this class is for you!

 

 

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*Private lessons are available to teach these lifts if knowledge and/or application is lacking.

Wednesday, 22 January 2020

 

General Warm-up:

2 rounds of:

Row 15/12 Calories

8 Spiders

7 T-Push-ups

8 V-ups

7 Deep squats

8 Shoulder press w/T’s

7 Pull-ups

…then…

Ski 12/8 calories

20m Heavy Farmers carry

40m D-ball high carry

10 KB swings

Bike 15/12 Calories

 

Conditioning:

Partner WOD

“Biking with Angie*”

“Angie”

100 Pull-ups

100 Push-ups

100 Sit-ups

100 Squats

 

*Partners do equal work on Angie. But while partner is performing reps of Angie, the other partner has to be biking for calories.

 

For time and calories

 

 

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Tuesday, 21 January 2020

 

General Warm-up:

Bike 2:00

10 Spiders

10 Push-ups

Row 2:00

10 Sit-ups

10 Squats

Ski 2:00

10 Ring rows

10 SP w/T’s

Run 300m

 

Endurance:

Row 400m

Rest 3-5 minutes

 

5 rounds for scores

Score A – Fastest 400m

Score B – Total 2000m time

Score C – Total elapsed time, including rest

This is a variation of Row’d Royalty 20.1. If you are registered for Row’d Royalty, you may perform it as they allow it. Otherwise, stick to the more limited rest times.

 

Strength:

4-4-4-4 @ 80% 1RM

Deadlift

 

Specific warm-up:

7 @ 25%

6 @ 40%

5 @ 55%

5 @ 70%

 

Mobility:

Quad smash

Reclined spinal twist

Twisted cross

 

 

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Monday, 20 January 2020

Flashback to 2014!

 

Conditioning:

Complete as many rounds and reps as possible in 25-minutes of:

10 Toes-2-Bar

20 Calories biked

30-ft Handstand Walking*

20 Alternating Pistols

10 Plate push-ups*

 

For Score

*Scaled does 60-ft Bear crawls. Plate pu’s are performed with each hand on a 35# bumper plate, and the feet on a plate. The only thing allowed to touch is your chest to an abmat that is between the hand plates.

 

Mobility:

Saddle sit

Twisted cross

Spine smash

Overhead distraction

 

 

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Saturday, 18 January 2020

 

Conditioning:

“Angry Girls”

Buy-in:

Run 1-mile

…then…

Time with Lola:

30 Double unders

20 Knees-2-elbows

10 Handstand push-ups

Time with Nancy:

400m Run

15 Overhead squats (95/63)

Time with Kelly:

Run 400m

30 Box jumps (24/20″)

30 Wall-ball shots (20/14) @ (10/9′)

Time with Helen:

Run 400m

21 Kettlebell swings (53/35)

12 Pull-ups

Time with Grace/Isabel:

20 Ground-2-overhead (95/63)

…then…

Sell-out:

30 Bar-over-burpees

 

For time

 

 

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Friday, 17 January 2020

 

Conditioning:

MPCF Board WOD

“Jerry”

1-mile Run

2k Row

1-mile Run

 

For Time

Compare to Wednesday, 25 July 2018

 

Or…

MPCF Board WOD

5K Row

 

For time

Compare to Friday, 18 December 2015

 

Or…

15K Bike

 

For time

 

Or…

5K Ski Erg

 

For time

 

 

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Thursday, 16 January 2020

 

Rest Day

 

 

MP Iron Club

1730-1900

MP Iron Club is dedicated to improving every athlete’s lifting ability. The core of the class is to develop the skills and strength needed to improve the Olympic and power lifts. Basic knowledge and some practical application, NOT mastery, of these lifts are required to attend the class*. A wide variety of accessory movements, auxiliary lifts, and drills will also be taught and used. So if you want to add 1 or more pounds to your lifts, this class is for you!

 

 

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*Private lessons are available to teach these lifts if knowledge and/or application is lacking.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020

 

Strength & Conditioning:

With a repeating clock, every 75 seconds perform 1 repetition of:

Snatch, start at 20-25% 1-RM, adding (10/5) each round until failure

…then, using the failed load, continue with:

Clean, adding (10/5) each round until failure

…then, using the failed load, continue with:

Deadlift, adding (10/5) each round until failure*

 

For max load at each lift and total weight lifted

*There will be a 45 minute time cap. If you reach the 44 minute mark, and haven’t hit max deadlift, perform max unbroken reps at final minute load. If your deadlift is over (400/300), go up by (20/10) for several rounds at first; and then return to (10/5) as you get 5-7 rounds from hitting max load.

 

 

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Tuesday, 14 January 2020

 

Conditioning:

Perform 1-minute at each station* for max calories or reps of:

Ski Erg

Alternating Pistols

Row

Ring Dips

Bike

Sit-ups

Rest 1:30

 

4 rounds for total calories & reps

*15 seconds between stations to rotate

 

 

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Monday, 13 January 2020

Strong work team for performing all 6 WOD’s in under 6 hours!

Not sure if Congratulations of admittance to the insanity ward is in order?! 🙂

Strength & Conditioning:

10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 Front Squats*

10-20-30-40-50-60-70-80-90-100 Double Unders

 

For Quality and Time

*Perform 10 FSQ/10 DU’s. Now 9 FSQ/20 DU’s… and so on. Squat cleaning first rep is allowed.

Weights at each rep count:

10 & 9: 50-55% 1RM clean

8 & 7: 60-65%

6 & 5: 70-75%

4 & 3: 80-85%

2 & 1: 90+%

 

Mobility:

Quad smash

Reclined spinal twist

Couch stretch

Calf smash

 

 

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Saturday, 11 January 2020

Reminder: If you are planning to stay the whole time, it will be completed around 1400-1430. If you plan to just WOD at the normal class time, that will be just fine. 🙂

 

KO at MP 6-person Team competition

(WOD’s courtesy of KO in the OK)

We will be perform the “Scaled Division” WOD’s

There will be a 30-45 minute rest period between each WOD.

WOD 1: (18:00 cap)

“Meet you in the middle”

 

WOD 2: (10:00 cap)

“Clusters and Team Tri”

 

WOD 3: (15:00 cap)

“Deceiving Synchronized Skills”

 

WOD 4: (17:00 cap)

“What a Drag” (variation do to lack of equipment)*

60-48-36 Pull-ups

100-100-100 Double Unders

60′ Wheelbarrow

*The other team members will perform the row as prescribed

 

WOD 5: (15:00 cap)

“Synchronized DT”

 

WOD 6: (14:00 cap)

Silver Scaled Final

 

 

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Friday, 10 January 2020

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General Warm-up:

2 rounds of:

Run 200/Row 250

8 Spiders

7 T-Push-ups

8 V-ups

7 Deep squats

8 Shoulder press w/T’s

…then…

Ski 12/8 calories

20m Farmers carry

40 second D-ball rock

10 KB swings

 

Skill:

200m Row*

For Time

*All out effort

 

Conditioning:

“Sally’s surprise”

AMCAP in 30-minutes* on:

Bike, Rower, and/or Ski erg

 

For score

*Whenever you hear the “Flower” song (“sally up”), stop AMCAP, and perform one of the following (Coach will decide): Push-ups, Leg Raises, Air Squats, or High/Low Planks. Upon, completion of song, resume AMCAP. Athlete can change apparatus or maintain the same after each time the song plays.

 

 

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Thursday, 09 January 2020

Sign up if you plan to participate in the MP competition the Saturday, 0900-1400’ish.

 

Rest Day

 

 

MP Iron Club

1730-1900

MP Iron Club is dedicated to improving every athlete’s lifting ability. The core of the class is to develop the skills and strength needed to improve the Olympic and power lifts. Basic knowledge and some practical application, NOT mastery, of these lifts are required to attend the class*. A wide variety of accessory movements, auxiliary lifts, and drills will also be taught and used. So if you want to add 1 or more pounds to your lifts, this class is for you!

 

 

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*Private lessons are available to teach these lifts if knowledge and/or application is lacking.

Wednesday, 08 January 2020

Sign up if you plan to participate in the MP competition the Saturday, 0900-1400’ish.

Click here to read the bio for Patrolman Christopher Mark Goodell

 

General Warm-up:

Run 600/Row 750

10m Spiders

12 Army T-pushups

14 Half tacos

6 Deep squats

6 Squats w/ ankle stretch

12 Shoulder press w/T’s

10 Pull-ups

Bike 2:00

10m lunges

20m Double waiter walk

10 PVC Passovers

10 Wall-ball shots

10 KB swings

10 Burpees

 

Conditioning:

Hero WOD

“Goodell”

400m Run

20 Wall-ball shots (20/14) @ (10/9′)

14 Kettlebell swings (53/35)

38 “X”

 

5 rounds* for time

X=Round 1: Push-ups, Round 2: Squats, Round 3: Pull-ups, Round 4: Alternating lunges, Round 5: Burpees

*For each of the 5 rounds, perform 38 repetitions of the corresponding movement. For example, in round one, after completing the 14 kettlebell swings, complete 38 push-ups. The following round start again at the 400m run, complete 20 wall balls, 14 kettlebell swings, and 38 air squats. Continue in this way for all 5 rounds.

 

 

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