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03.02.2015

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FullSizeRender-2Announcements: March On-Ramp begins Tuesday March 3rd at 6:00pm!

Warm-up Drills
I. Row 2:00
II. 15.1 Workout Review/Warm-up
III. Individual Mobility

“Workout 15.1”
Complete as many rounds and reps as possible in 9 minutes of:
15 x Toes-to-bars
10 x Deadlifts (115/75lbs)
5 x Snatches (115/75lbs)

“Workout 15.1a”
1-rep-max Clean and Jerk
6-minute time cap

Notes: Perform both workouts on a 15-minute clock, start Workout 15.1a immediately after finishing 15.1. Masters, Scaled, and Scaled Masters variations of the workout will be provided on the whiteboard.

These workouts begin with the athlete standing under their pull-up bar with the barbell loaded to the appropriate weight. After 15 toes-to-bars (sit-ups or hanging knee raises for scaled divisions) are completed the athlete will move to the barbell to perform 10 deadlifts followed by 5 snatches. After the last snatch is completed the athlete will move back to the pull-up bar and start their next round.

Your score for Workout 15.1 will be the total number of repetitions completed.

As soon as the clock reaches 9 minutes and Workout 15.1 is complete, Workout 15.1a will begin with the same running clock. The athlete will have from 9:00 to 15:00 to complete Workout 15.1a.

The same barbell must be used for both 15.1 and 15.1a. The athlete must load their own barbell and may not receive assis- tance. Prior to each lift you must state what weight you are about to attempt. Plates smaller than 1⁄2 lb. may not be used. There is no limit to the number of attempts within the 6-minute time limit.

Your score for Workout 15.1a will be the weight (in pounds) that you successfully clean and jerk.

Special Tiebreak
Your score for Workout 15.1a will be the weight of your heaviest successful clean and jerk. Scores will be recorded in one pound increments. If there is a tie at the exact same weight, lighter athletes will rank above heavier athletes. The body weight posted on your profile will be the weight used to break your tie, divided into 10-lb. classes; e.g. 180-189, 190-199, 200-209, etc.

Samy Daghir

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