AMRAP in 10 minutes of:
- 4 deadlifts (155/105#)
- 3 hang power cleans (155/105#)
- 2 front squats (155/105#)
- 1 jerk (155/105#)
Rest ~5 minutes then complete:
- 5x20yd banded partner sprints
WOD Notes: Anyone looking to take a break from shoulders can turn the 1 jerk into a 3rd front squat. Choose a weight that will allow you to complete the entire set unbroken.
Community Notes: Happy Birthday Heather Salamone!
Nutrition Notes: Day 35 of 40. Legumes are seeds (and sometimes their pods) from plants in the pea family. The most common legumes are beans, such as black beans, soybeans, garbanzo beans (chickpeas), kidney beans and lima beans. But also included are: peanuts, peas, green beans, lentils, and alfalfa. Legumes are not allowed on the Paleo and Whole30 diets because, like grains, they contain proteins called lectins that are known to cause digestive issues and inflammation. However, legumes are generally considered “safer” than grains… so while they should not make up a large part of your diet, you may find you’re able to eat them in small quantities. Also, different legumes contain different amounts of lectins. Green beans and others where you eat the pod are generally less inflammatory. For our challenge, we asked you to follow Paleo principles as much as possible. While you shouldn’t be chowing down on beans and peas, occasional green beans or hummus are just fine by us!