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In Teams of 2 complete as many reps as possible in 20:00 of:

50 Double-unders per person (relay style)

50 Power Cleans, accumulated,135#/95#

50 Double-unders per person (relay style)

40 Power Cleans, accumulated, 165#/115#

50 Double-unders per person (relay style)

30 Power Cleans, accumulated, 185#/125#

50 Double-unders per person (relay style)

20 Power Cleans, accumulated, 205#/135#

50 Double-unders per person (relay style)

AMRAP with remaining time Power Cleans, 225#/155#

For the Double Unders- One person does all 50 and then the next person does all 50.
For the Power Cleans- One person works at time.


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Asher crushing the overhead squats!

Teamwork Thursday?

You read it right, we have a teamwork WOD for you today! Typically we reserve Saturdays for the team work but today we’re throwing you some during the week. Team WODs offer us things that the regular daily WODs don’t. There’s typically some build in rest while your partner is working, liked today. This means that you have the opportunity to push things a little harder since you know you’re going to get breaks during the 20 minutes. But the trade-off is often times you’ll push yourself even harder than normal because you’re not only working for yourself, you’re working for your teammate. There’s something undeniable about a team environment and the fact that people will put themselves out there for the sake of the team.

Many of you guys take Saturdays at a rest day, and this means your exposure to team WODs is limited. Today’s your chance to get a taste of it!

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