2022 Civil War
Mark you calendars for Saturday June 18th, Outlier’s most unique competition is back. The competition is for Outliers only and features a large team format (10+ per team). This comp is for everyone, from the novice to experienced athlete…there is something for everyone. More info coming soon!
MONDAY, APR 25
3:00 min on / 1:30 off x 6 rounds:
12/10 cal bike each round, then…
Round 1 – 12 squat snatch (95/65)
Round 2 – 10 squat snatch (115/80)
Round 3 – 8 squat snatch (135/95)
Round 4 – 6 squat snatch (155/105)
Round 5 – 4 squat snatch (185/115)
Round 6 – 2 squat snatch (205/125)
TUESDAY, APR 26
Min 1 – 0:30 of strict pull-ups, or ring rows
Min 2 – 200m run
Min 3 – Rest
Min 4 – 0:30 of toes-to-bar, or v-ups
Min 5 – Calories on rower
Min 6 – Rest
Keep track of your pull-ups reps, TTB (or v-up) reps, and calories each round. When entering scores into sugarWOD, box 1 = total pull-up reps, box 2 = total TTB reps, box 3 = total calories.
We are giving you all the option of keeping the stress on the shoulders (and grip) a little less by performing v-ups in lieu of toes-to-bar if you prefer.
WEDNESDAY, APR 27
1 RM THRUSTER
Build to today’s heavy single, hopefully a 1 rep max
We have spent the last 6 weeks working on thrusters, so today is your day. There is nothing else on the schedule to ensure you take your time and give it your best shot.
THURSDAY, APR 28
ODD OBJECT STRENGTH
50m reverse sled drag
50m suitcase carry, heavy
150m sled push (4/3, 3 x 50m laps)
250′ walking DB suitcase lunge (50/35, 5 x 50′ laps)
35 burpee to 12″ target
Stagger start as needed to share sleds. Lunging to take place inside in 25′ segments. Find a target 12″ above your reach. For most people this will likely mean a spot on the wall, although if you fit under a pull-up bar or ring, that will work.
FRIDAY, APR 29
Compare to 4/15/22. Take one attempt at a 20 rep back squat, hopefully heavier than last time. Spend plenty of time warming up first. Warm up sets should be in the range of 5-8 reps (not 20 reps).
Run in heats, or alternate ergs (4000m bike or 2000m ski) may be used in larger classes.