SAS

Warm-up:

30 pushups (strict)
30 straight leg situps
3 sets of 30 seconds ea. piriformis stretch and low back stretch

then,

5-5-5-5-5 sets ea side of:

Single Arm Snatch AHAP

Post weights per set to comments.


SASs are touch and go. In other words, once you pick up the weight you must stay in control of it throughout the set. To put the weight on the ground and re-grip cancels the set. You should start over.  We aren't doing 5 sets of 1r here.

To get even more out of this workout it would be good to go immediately from the R to the L. Take your rest after completing both sides.

Rest as much as needed to complete the next set.

Consider re-doing the stretches after this workout.  Some of you with a history of back issues might benefit from more piri and low back stretching.


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