Yesterday there were a few PBs on the snatches. Congrats to everyone who gave it a good shot. Lifting well takes a long, long time to develop for the most of us. So be patient. Practice, train as regularly and as perfect as you can - and in the long run the gains will come.
We love olympic lifting as fundamental to our training because we see the training world similar to Rudy from Outlaw way. Let me paste a few of his awesome thoughts/words from his website:
"The mere practice of the Olympic lifts teaches an athlete how to apply large amounts of force. Part of the extraordinary abilities of an Olympic lifter arises out of his having learned how to effectively activate more of his muscle fibers more rapidly than others who aren’t trained to do so. This becomes extremely important for athletes who need to remain at lower body weights for athletic purposes but need to learn how to apply greater force.—Artie Dreschler"
thanks for reading
1) Bench press 7×3
Complete in the following order
80 kettlebell swings
70 cals bike or row
30 ring dips
20 Handstand Push-ups ( or Push-ups)
10 Muscle ups (or burpee pull-ups)