Going Overhead

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WOD
For Load-
increase weight each round.

Annie demos the WOD.
SP,PP,PJ movement video.

Compare to October 2007.
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Got the Shoulder Press, but what could be corrected here?
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Other shoulder work going on… Monty also PR’d on his shoulder press!

Comments

  1. Lets go with: Widen your hand position, and foot position allowing for a locked out core and straight back… for $200 please?

  2. Oh! Bonus round…
    You are a little on your toes, not driving out of your heels. For the daily double, please.

  3. IMO…hand position is good–this is a front shoulder rack starting position, going wide is not an option without dropping your elbows which brings the weight forward. Foot position is also good but definitely up on your toes for the 2nd frame probably to compensate for the forward weight. Leaning backwards with a lil twist to bring the pecs into play is the biggest fault I see. This will destabilize the core and put the weight out in front…someone with a weaker core would fall forward or strain their back. Considering this was probably a weight close to PR, nice job getting it overhead. And thanx for letting us sharp-shoot you for learning’s sake.

  4. That was a lot of fun last night – thanks Chloe&Lisa for all of your encouragement! My head hurts big time today – dropping 59 lbs. on it was probably not the best idea 😉

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