We started out with 5 sets of 2 deadlifts.Â That is bar from the ground to waist height.Â I did 175 lbs.
The workout was:
- 5 minutes of rowing.Â Record the calories burned.
- 4 minutes of box jumps
- 3 minutes of hang squat cleans.Â Take the bar from the knees to the chin while squatting.
- 2 minutes of light wall balls – 10 lbs.Â Squat while holding a medicine ball then stand up and throw it up against the wall 9 feet up.
- 1 minute of pike pushups
I did 158 total reps.
This week at my gym is dedicated to seeing what our one rep max is for various lifts.Â Today it was deadlifts.Â I did 175 lbs last week which was my max at that gym.Â I did 200 lbs once elsewhere.
I got up to 175 and then decided to quit doing the math as I added weight.Â Doing the math is hard at that time in the morning.Â I didn’t need the mental strain.Â When I got to as heavy as I could go I had to do the math several times to believe it.Â I was at 215!
Then we did max effort pull ups or ring rows in 90 seconds.Â I did 30 ring rows.Â After that it was max effort burpees in 90 seconds.Â I did 19.
That’s more than I weigh!
That’s more than I weigh plus what I can lift!
You’re amazing. Oh and you can’t argue with me about that. Nope. I’m always right about these things. Just ask my husband. He’ll tell you. I’m right.
Yay! 215 is impressive!
Way to go! Of course, I’m not sure what some of those things are, but they sound tough.