Friday, February 05, 2010


21-18-15-12-9-6-3 rep rounds of:
135 pound Sumo deadlift high-pull
Pull to inverted hang and lower as slowly as possible

On SDHP's, pull the bar to make contact under the chin. On pulls to inverted hang, keep arms, trunk, hips, and legs as straight as possible, both up and down. This is not for time.

The SDHP is a "pull" that is really a "push."

I did 40# for the SDHP. And I tried the inverted hang for the first time today. I knew that I was apprehensive about going upside down, just hanging by my arms on the rings. But after many attempts, several of which David had to "spot" me so I'd feel safe, I finally got the hang of going into a full vertical upside down hang. Yay!

Conquering my fears one WOD at a time.

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