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  • Wednesday 070914

    1. 2 rounds for quality 
    30 Strict Push-ups 
    10-15 Glute ham raises

    2. 2 Rounds for time 
    Row 500m 
    15 Sumo deadlift high pull, 50% of BW 
    Row 500m 
    15 Barbell thruster, 50% of BW

    Aim for 1:40/2:10 pace on the 500m

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