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15 min AMRAP:
10x Ground to Shoulder
-The intention given the rep scheme is using a moderately heavy object in the 45-100lb range. Ground to Shoulder is taking a weighted object (sandbag for example) from it touching the ground, up to shoulder level. This can be done in a few ways, but I’ll mention the two main ones: clean and “strongman lift”. I would recommend you give the strongman lift a try, as it is most realistically what you’ll use to lift an odd object.
-As before, if you can’t quite manage pullups for whatever reason, you can substitute table row, bent over row, ring row, jumping pullups, band-assisted pullups, etc.
5 full sets
75 lbs sandbag, sub bent over rows for pull-ups.
3 full sets. I had 10 seconds left and tried not to puke as I stood over the sand stone and cussed at it while thinking about picking it up again.
100# sand stone
1st PU set normal;
2nd PU set band assist;
3rd set Rows
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