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“Punching Bag”

 Complete 5 Rounds x AMRAP 3 of:

10 Russian Kettlebell Swings, 70#/55#

20 Double-unders

10 Kettlebell Reverse Lunges, 70#/55#

20 Double-unders

Rest 1 Minute Between Rounds


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Be like KT and learn to do Dubs!

Time to Learn.

Nobody was born with the ability to do double-unders. This is a scientific fact. If you don’t believe it, go Google it. You’ll see that it’s true. Everyone who has double-unders learned how to do them. It took time and it took practice. And it also took the willingness to put in the work to do it.

We believe that every single person, barring a limitation from an injury, has the ability to do double-unders. Yep, I’m talking to you. We start people on singles to dial in timing and using the wrist rather than the arms to rotate the rope, but once we have that part down it’s time to get to work learning that new skill. Can it be challenging? Yes. Can it be frustrating? Of course. But that doesn’t mean we don’t do it.

Today is a great day to work on getting consistent doubles. If you don’t have them yet, each time you hit the double-unders in the AMRAP spend :30 seconds on attempting them and then move on. Putting in a full workout of practicing the skill is going to get you better at it and that’s what we’re after!


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