Mental Toughness by Mark A. Chidley, LMHC
(Click the title for the link to the article)
“If physical strength forms the base on top of which the superstructure of all other interrelated aspects of well-being are built, it makes sense that enhancing strength not only makes us feel better about ourselves in the short run, but under the right circumstances promotes overall mental health in the long run.”
A) Tall Snatch
1st: Heavy triple (10 min)
2nd: 95% x 3, 90% x 3 (5 min)
Click here for a video demo of the tall snatch (the link works this time!).
B) Press in Snatch (sometimes referred to as a Sots Press)
3 x 3
5 x 3
4 RFT, "Tosh" style:
15 CTB Pull-ups
25 Goblet Squats, 1.5 pd/1 pd (DB equivalents: 55#/35#)
One partner completes an entire round and then rests while the other partner completes his/her round, etc. Each partner completes 4 rounds (individually), so a total of 8 rounds are completed by the partners together. Post times to comments.
Compare to 2015.01.26.
Complete 20 or 40 TTB in as few sets as possible (no more than 5 sets). Between sets, practice static handstands (i.e., not handstand walking).