Many times when I'm coaching, I tell athletes to have a plan when they go into a workout.  The idea of knowing how many reps they want to do unbroken, how long the breaks should be, how many sets they will want to break this or that movement into, etc.  The purpose of having this plan is to give them a roadmap as they are making their way through an uncomfortable moment.  It can even be seen as a security blanket, to give them something else to think about other than how much it's hurting.  However, I usually will also tell them to have a plan B, C, D, and maybe even E.  Is this because they have no idea how to make a good plan to start with?  Not at all.  But, without being a pessimist......, there will ALWAYS be a wrench thrown into the mix.  And you NEED to be able to adjust to that.  And not just adjust, but to make the switch and not feel like you are failing because you had to go to the next plan, or the next, or the next.  This same thing goes for other things you have going on in your life.  You need to be able to adjust.  Think about the "unofficial" slogan of the Marines: Improvise, Adapt, Overcome!  This is THE way to attack any task.  You can't be freaked out when things start to go wrong.  Fix or adjust quickly and move forward.  Don't let the worry about how you "wasted" time adjusting piss you off or derail you because honestly, the other option would just be to stop.  And that should NEVER be an option.  Improve, Adapt, Overcome!!  :)

FEEL THE BURN!!!

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INFERNO WARM UP X 2

Complete the following:

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Push Jerk Funtime

10 min EMOM:

.......1 x 3 reps @70%1RM

.......1 x 3 reps @80%1RM

.......1 x 3 reps @85%1RM

.......7 x 3 reps @90%1RM

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then...

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10 min AMRAP:

2/2, 4/4, 6/6, 8/8, etc... reps

.......Bar Facing Burpees

.......Power Snatch (115/75, 45%1RM, wt to get 13-17UB)

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MWOD:  shoulder external rotation with kbs, bar mash for internal rotation of shoulders