Courtney Wuistinger may soon become the first 300, 400, 500, 600# competitive exerciser. That’s a 300# Snatch, 400# Clean & Jerk, 500# Back Squat, and 600# Deadlift. To me that sounds like one of those holy grail number sets that will mean the sport, and its respective athletes, have pushed back another barrier. Courtney also has a proclivity to crush BW workouts. At 220# he usually has one of the fastest times on any Burpee WODs, and has Muscle-Up numbers that used to be reserved for 140# BW ninjas.
This leads to a question: when will it stop? Will we see a national champion Weightlifter that comes from our sport? Will we see a raw Powerlifting national champion that dominates a Regional?
Courtney Wuistinger – 120kg Hang Snatch:
EMOM for 10 minutes:
1 Power Snatch + 3 OHS (as fast as possible) @ 90% of 120914.
In 12 minutes complete:
100 UB Double-Unders
7 Deadlifts 315/205#
Notes: The 100 UB Double-Unders are a “buy-in”. when the 12 minute clock starts they must be completed before moving on to the AMRAP. The TOTAL TIME of the entire piece is 12 minutes. If you do not complete the 100 UB Double-Unders in the 12 minutes your score is ZERO.
Midline (time permitting)
5 minute AMRAP of Strict T2B.