>Oh, ok Paul Estrada, we get it. You’re back from injury, grew your beard out, qualified for Nationals, and now you just wanted to remind everyone that you are Godzilla. Cool.
Paul Estrada – 315# Snatch + 5 Snatch Grip Push Presses:
Paul may be the Outlaw king of the Snatch (please tell me someone else is chuckling), and this is certainly one of the most impressive feats of strength we’ve ever seen here, but… Is it the MOST impressive?
This question, along with the fact that I had to do it anyway for the new site, led me to create the “Outlaw Feats of Strength” channel on our Vimeo account. I thought, since most of them are in the same place, that we should take a little poll on what is the all-time greatest Outlaw feat of strength. You can CLICK HERE to go to the Outlaw Feats of Strength page, and peruse some of the greatest lifts, complexes, and other craziness that we’ve ever posted. Most of the videos are on the page, but I’ll be adding more later. Also, to truly make things fair, you’d have to go to this young lady’s page and look at some of her work as well.
The grand prize for the video that gets the most votes, is absolutely nothing—they all probably already have plenty of our t-shirts and other stuff.
*Recommendations for week three:
Do not add 15-25 pounds onto your lift in addition to the 10-20 from week 2. Instead add on extra weight to get a total of 15-25 pounds. If last week’s squats were all easy, and you had zero problem with any reps, you may add between 10 & 20# this week. If they became difficult in the last few sets, and you experienced some legitimate soreness, you may add between 5 & 10#. If you could not complete all sets, could not walk because you were so sore, and you cursed my name daily, then do not add weight.
Smolov 3/3 – Click Here for Smolov Calculator
HBBS 8X4 @ 80% – rest at least 2 minutes
3 rounds for time of:
25m Sled Drag (facing forward, i.e. running style) 135/90#
25m Sled Drag (facing forward, i.e. running style) 135:90#
30 KB Snatch 24/16kg (15L/15R anyhow)