Bobby L. Molly and Bobby S. getting in a WOD in Brazil!
Start at a weight that you can do for 10 reps. After a short break add 10 or more pounds and do 9 reps. Continue adding at least 10 pounds and working your way toward 1 rep. So it may look like this for an average guy...
155x10, 165x9, 175x8, 185x7, 195x6, 205x5, 215x4, 225x3, 235x2, 245x1.
"But what do I do if I add 10 lbs and cant get all the reps?"
Glad you asked. In this case you stay where you are in weight and number but finish the remaining sets- i.e. if our example misses 215x4 they will then go back to 205x5 and stay there, doing 205x5, for the remaining 3 sets.
so it would look like this...
155x10, 165x9, 175x8, 185x9, 195x6, 205x5, 215x4 (missed the 4th rep), 205x5, 205x5, 205x5. Done.
Ideally the guys and girls will be able to form 2 groups and work in with eachother and help change weights for eachother. You can add more than 10 pounds at a time if you need to. You should be pretty whipped when this is finished. But we are going to do a finisher anyway.
AMRAP 8 Minutes
8 Wall Ball
Mac has been working hard and got to the top of the rope climb Saturday after a 385 deadlift and the Tabata Mash Up. The hard work and good nutrition is paying off!
The rope climb is becoming a popular item on the skill sheet...use these tips from Chris N. and you'll be touching the chain with ease.