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“Piggy Back”

Complete 12 rounds for time of:

12 Alternating Dumbbell Snatches, 50#/35#

12 Lateral Burpees Over Dumbbell

12 x 10 meter Shuttle Sprint

You go, I go, 6 rounds per person.


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Lex getting it done.

Partner Workouts During The Week.

We know it seems weird to have partner workouts outside of the regular Saturday WOD thing. There are a lot of good things partner workouts give us, like teamwork, camaraderie, and that little extra push knowing the team is counting on you. But it also gives us something more intentional: work|rest cycles. For example, today you have a work to rest ratio of 1:1. So you’ll do a round, and then your partner will do a round. This will give you a rest period pretty close to the time it took you to complete your round, then you’ll rinse and repeat. 

You hear us talk often about how built in rest means we go hard during our work cycle. That built in rest can look similar to a workout we did last week with a 5 minute AMRAP followed by a 5 minute rest, or it can be structured like today. 

So now you know a little bit about why we see these partner workouts during the week. Come in for the teamwork and camaraderie, leave with the fitness!

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