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IKAIKA Workouts Week of 2/5/24

Dive into the world of Olympic Weightlifting workouts with IKAIKA Fitness in Durham, NC

Monday Workouts:

SWEAT 2/5/24

Olympic Lifts Week 3

Snatch Practice

7 EMOM

3 x (OHS + PP + Snatch Drop)

CONDITIONING

21-15-9:

OH

Plank Jacks

PP

Plank Jacks

Snatch Drop

Plank Jacks

Tuesday WOD:

SWEAT 2/6/24

Squat Practice

7 EMOM

5 x Squat Drops (2″+4″+6″)

CONDITIONING

3 Rounds

90 Jumping Jacks

30 OH Squats

15 Shoulder Taps

Wednesday WOD:

SWEAT 2/7/24

Clean Practice

7 EMOM

5 x (HCL + CL + HSCL)

CONDITIONING

4 RFT

24 Crunches

12 CL

24 Mountain Climbers

12 HSCL

24 High Jumps

Thursday WOD:

SWEAT 2/8/24

Press + Push Press + Push Jerk

7 EMOM

7 (PP + PJ)

CONDITIONING

16 EMOM

Minute 1: 14 Push Press

Minute 2: 14 Hollow Rocks

Minute 3: 14 Push Jerks

Minute 4: 7 Burpees

Friday WOD:

SWEAT 2/9/24

7 EMOM

5X(HCL + HSCL + CL + SCL)

CONDITIONING

CONDITIONING

On a 4 min clock complete:

25 FRS

50 Scissor Jumps

25 Sit ups

*Rest the time remaining

On a 3 min clock complete..

20 FRS

40 Scissor Jump

20 Sit Up

*Rest the time remaining

On a 3 min clock complete..

30 FRS

30 Scissor Jumps

15 Sit ups


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“Is Olympic Weightlifting suitable for beginners?”

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“How often should I train in Olympic weightlifting?”

This varies based on individual goals and fitness levels. Typically, 3-4 times a week is recommended for beginners, with rest days for recovery.

“Can Olympic weightlifting help with weight loss?”

Yes, it can. Olympic weightlifting boosts metabolism and builds lean muscle mass, aiding in weight loss and body composition improvements.

“What age is appropriate to start Olympic weightlifting?”

While there’s no specific age, it’s generally safe for adolescents and older. We offer youth programs at IKAIKA Fitness, focusing on technique and safety.

“Do I need special equipment to start Olympic weightlifting?”

Basic equipment includes weightlifting shoes and comfortable athletic wear. At IKAIKA Fitness, we provide all necessary equipment for our members.

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