“Since the dawn of man – or at least since the popularization of CrossFit – the intranets has been ablaze with coaches vilifying high rep weightlifting.
‘The snatch and clean & jerk are meant to be done at low reps.’
‘Doing the snatch and clean & jerk for high reps is dangerous.’
‘The snatch and clean & jerk are not effective conditioning tools.’
Though there are variations, these are probably the three most common arguments against high rep weightlifting. I’m here to help you understand why they’re all wrong. And why high rep weightlifting is actually a tremendously valuable training tool…” (continue reading).
Workout of the Day
3 rounds for time of:
Run 800 meters
50 Back Extensions