Strength 1/6/14: 3x10RM Deadlift – Post Load and Reps

Rowing WOD:

Renegades at the Renegade Rowing League!  Who's ready to join them and follow the Renegade Rowing Training Plan?

Renegades at the Renegade Rowing League! Who’s ready to join them and follow the Renegade Rowing Training Plan?

15′ PYR28 (Pyramid @28s/m)

3′, 2′, 1′, 2′, 3′, 4′ (@24s/m, 26, 28, 26**, 24, 22)

  • Post Split @28 and Split @26** after Ratio Shift

6′ Mobility: Couch Stretch, Pigeon Stretch, Posterior Chain Floss

12′ CAS26 w/ 1’Paddle Between Sets (Castle @26s/m)

2′, 2′, 1′, 2′, 2′, 1′, 2′, 2′ (@24s/m, 26**, Paddle, 24, 26**, Paddle, 24, 26**)

  • **Target split at 26s/m comes from Split @26 after Ratio Shift in PYR28
  • Post Splits for each 2′ segment @26

Strength WOD:

3x10RM Deadlift

  • 3rd set of 10 is for Max Reps (10+)
  • Post Load and Reps

Conditioning WOD:

5 Rounds For Time

10 Overhead Walking Lunges (45/25 lbs.)

10 Push Ups

Max Effort Double Unders (1 attempt unbroken)

It has begun!  I’m joining in with the rest of CrossFit Boston on a month-long transformation challenge.  We’ve measured our body composition and tested a benchmark workout (which happens to include rowing).  In honor of making changes and being a better version of ourselves, I’ve decided to unroll the Renegade Rowing Training Plan one day at a time.

Over the last two years I’ve mentioned creating Renegade Rowing Standards and a Training Plan for both rowers and athletes interested in becoming rowers.  I still have a lot to learn and there will definitely be adjustments along the way, but I believe I have wrapped my mind around the Sport of Rowing and Constantly Varied, Functional Movement, Performed at High Intensity to the point that the Renegade Rowing Training Plan is ready to be put to the test.

Over the coming months I’ll be posting more than just a RowingWOD to give you everything that you need to be your best self.  I’ll do my best to explain different parts of the training plan as I go and provide video blogs/examples as time allows.  Eventually I will have a .pdf of the Renegade Rowing Training Plan that everyone can take home and enjoy, but for now you’ll have to experience it with me as it gets posted.  That’s right, I’m trying to do everyday of the RRTP right along with you.  Expect to see my results for the day posted to the comment section of each blog post.

Representing at CRASH-B 2013! I can't wait to see our Renegades at CRASH-B 2014!

Representing at CRASH-B 2013! I can’t wait to see our Renegades at CRASH-B 2014!

I’m looking forward to seeing you all crush it in the coming months, especially as we approach the second race of the Renegade Rowing League on January 25th and CRASH-B’s on February 16th.  Get after it now by hitting todays Strength WOD.

The focus of today is Strength, so be sure to get in the Strength WOD of 3x10RM Deadlifts.  If time allows, choose the blocks that will help you improve as an athlete.  If you have enough time for all three blocks then attack them all!

Give us your best and share your results and experience to comments!

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3 thoughts on “Strength 1/6/14: 3x10RM Deadlift – Post Load and Reps

  1. This one was solid. Great way to start the week! First day of the RRTP in the books.
    15′ PYR28 – 3839m, 1:57.2avg, 1:48.6@28, 1:52@26
    12′ CAS26 – 2101m, 1:56avg, 1:52@26, 1:52@26, 1:52@26

    3x10RM DL – 135, 205, 235×13

    5RFT – 13:26 – DU: 50, 27, 50, 50, 50 (did push ups on the 45# plate to relieve stress in wrist)

    Hope you guys get to try it out! Crush It!

  2. Wife interrupted me on the first row so I only managed 2893. 2750 for second piece.
    I have been doing 5-3-1 for strength so i did that for deads. Last set was 310# for 7 reps.

    Didnt do conditioning

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