Crossfit Meets Gym Jones

50 Box Jumps
50 Floor Wipers 40 lb dumbbells
50 Push-ups
50 Kettlebell Clean and Press
(25 each arm)
10 rounds while increasing weight each round
Push Press
Push Jerk
Split Jerk
(I started with just the 45 lb bar for a warm-up and increased to 135 lbs)
CIRCUIT #3 (Two groups. Switch when done)
Modified Tabata Protocol
30 sec Box Jumps
10 sec rest
30 sec Close Grip Push-ups
10 sec rest
30 sec Box Jumps
10 sec rest
30 sec Close Grip Push-ups
Physioball Twist
(kneel on PB and twist side to side with weight or medicine ball)
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  1. David Harms

    Modified Push Ups -As I read your blog post, I couldn’t help but think of the Push Up Bench as the most effective way for people who struggle with push ups , to be able to do them correctly (with full range of motion). Most modified push ups make them easier but only allow one or two variations. The Push Up Bench has 11 different levels to work through on the way to a full push up.

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