(Specialty warm-up: 5 Kettlebell high pull + Goblet catch @ heavy, 3L, 3R kettlebell clean) Power clean/ Ground-to-shoulder:
1 x 5 @ 1/2 BW 5 x 5 @ (up to) 80% of power clean 2RM Rest reasonably between sets. Focus on position, timing, violence of action, and fluidity; Take time, make positional adjustments as needed, and adjust weight accordingly.
When in doubt, "panic the weight up"- brace, hard, for a minimum of 2/1000 prior to takeoff. When scheme is listed as “1 x 5″, it always refers to “Sets” x “Reps”. Today, adjust implement by set as needed/ desired. Goal is widely-transferable, powerful ground-to-shoulder mechanics; Implement should be interchangeable.
Identify and apply the large amount of similarities, and note the important but much more minor differences.
50 Kettlebell high pull @ (minimum) 1/2 BW (position and operation govern pace and set length- no less than 5 reps at a time) 50 "Tall slam ball" @ 12lb. W, 16lb. M
Short, specific rest as needed during high pull; Address each lift like it's heavy. Attentiveness and aggressiveness at the outset will pay dividends near the end. Same set-up, bracing, and timing as its likely heavier counterpart above- including safely retracing steps to the ground. There is no hinge in any phase of a high pull.
“Tall slam ball”: Different timing and coordination, same concept and execution; All positional features of standard squat/ slam ball apply. Today we will simply use standard-diameter medicine balls, and catch above parallel. Certainly not easier, just slightly different.
And then, “Time under tension”: 10 Push-up + 15 Airplane push-up + 50 hollow rock @ 15lb. W, 25lb. M + 15 calories Airdyne @ cool down pace Hollow rock: Take short rest as needed, and accept no sub-standard reps Airdyne: Cool-down pace should look like 30-40% of max RPM.