Naomi

OPEN & PERFORMANCE
“Upper Deck”
Overhead Squat – Build to a Heavy Single
Snatch Balance – Build to a Heavy Single
Squat Snatch – Build to a Heavy Single

FITNESS
“Upper Deck”
Overhead Squat – Build to a Heavy Single
Snatch Balance – Build to a Heavy Single
Power Snatch + OHS – Build to a Heavy Single

The snatch is such a great movement for athletic development simply because it requires competency in nearly all of the 10 general physical skills (power, speed, balance, coordination, etc.). This is why it is  difficult to learn, yet so satisfying to improve upon. Picking something up from the ground and putting it overhead explosively is a basic human movement. Doing it efficiently requires practice in many different positions. Today, the overhead squat will help us lock down the positioning we are looking to receive our snatches in and the snatch balance adds speed to this positioning before we put it all together in the squat snatch. 

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Box Brief
Congrats to the March Commitment Club!!!

Super Committed Club
Sharon Winn – 29

Rebecca Cahaly – 28
Matt Lescoe – 28
Julia Abbott – 26
Karen Hayes – 27
Prabhu Radhakrishnan – 27
Lindsey Polivy – 26
Toni Indresano-DiRuscio – 26
Kevin Burati – 26
Nell Getz – 25
Michael Gray    – 25

Committed Club
Nick de Peyster – 24

Michelle Marshall – 24
Kristen Riley – 24
Gradon Winn    – 24
Elizabeth Morrison – 24
Michelene Flanigon – 24
Sam Giorgio – 24
Toby De Peyster – 24
April Quinn-Paquet – 23
Daisy Powers – 23
Susan Weiss    – 23
Tricia D’Agostino – 22
Dmytro Boyko – 22
Kyle Toto – 22
Lynsey Smith – 22
Claire Lyons – 22
Lexie Cameron – 22
Brian Curley – 22
Jill Lorion – 22
Cheryl Jauch – 22 
Glenn Cahaly – 22
Kim Hardin – 21
Lara Vukson – 21
Lynn Connor    – 21
Todd Himstead – 21
Simone Gill – 21
Lizzy MacGregor – 21
Nathan Bluhm – 21
Sarah Gardner – 21
Julie Trask – 20
Kristen Pritchett – 20
Maira Tavares Coelho – 20
Allison Pfannenstiehl – 20
Naomi Fener    – 20