Motivated  
You will only rise to your level of training and expectations.  Train harder and smarter and raise the bar of expectation.
Strength
The set up for this lift is as important as the lift itself.  Take the time to get into a great position before initiating the lift.  Knees back, chest up but shoulders slightly forward of the bar.  You should feel lots of tension in your hamstrings and low back.  Take a deep breath and hold.  Then explode.  Pulling the bar up past your knees and then into your hips.  Keep your arms locked until you have opened your hips and pulled your shoulders behind the bar.  You must learn to be patient in a hurry.  Fast elbows and catch the bar in the front rack position having rebent the knees and bent at the hip slightly to receive the bar.  Lots of personal best this week.  Let’s expect another.
Workout Strategy
Two components to this workout.  To get better at sprinting we need to sprint.  You will do five 200 meter sprints.  These sprints are done in the parking lot so it’s 100 meters out and then back.  If they take you 30 seconds you will have 90 seconds of rest.  The longer they take you the shorter your rest as you will start a 200 meter sprint every two minutes.  Let’s focus on getting our knees up and foot off the ground quickly.  Nice sharp turns.  After the last sprint you have the remaining of the two minutes to rest before your start the second component of 21-15-9 or Wall Balls and Deadlift.    The suggested breakdown is 11/10, 10/5, and 9.  For Level 1 &2 I would suggest starting every 45 seconds.  So, 11 Wall Ball then rest until the clock hits 10:45, then 10 wall ball, rest until the clock hit 11:30, then 11 Dead Lift , rest until 12:15, then 10 Dead Lift, rest until the clock hits 13:00, then 10 wall ball.  This is where you have to access the pace.  If you are feeling good shorten the time to 35 seconds.  If you are hurting then well, suck it up and stay on the pace.  You only have a set of 5 wall balls before the dead lift which won’t take as long and you’ll get a longer break before your set of 10 Dead Lift.  The last set of 9 and 9 is a gut check.  There is where we need to stay mentally strong.  Don’t give up, just keep moving and get the workout over with.  We paced the first two rounds of 21 & 15.  For Level 3 & 4 try every 30 seconds for the round of 21 and then 25 seconds for the round of 15 and all out the round of 9.  
Workout of the Day
Strength of the Day                                                Power Clean: 10 minutes to establish a 3 rep Max
Level 1: 

Every 2 minutes for 5 rounds: 200 meter sprint

then at the 10 minute start….

21-15-9

Wall Ball Shots, 

Deadlift, 

 

Level 2: 

Every 2 minutes for 5 rounds: 200 meter sprint

then at the 10 minute start….

21-15-9

Wall Ball Shots, 14/10#

Deadlift, 135/95#


Level 3: 

Every 2 minutes for 5 rounds: 200 meter sprint

then at the 10 minute start….

21-15-9

Wall Ball Shots, 20/14#

Deadlift, 155/115#

Level 4: 

Every 2 minutes for 5 rounds: 200 meter sprint

then at the 10 minute start….

21-15-9

Wall Ball Shots, 20/14#

Deadlift, 185/135#

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