Strategy & Briefing
Smaller sets and many rounds means lots of transitions -- so pace accordingly. If you go too fast in the first half, you’ll be dramatically slower in the back half. Avoid this, be more conservative with the pace early on, and conscious of your round times. Keep all sets unbroken if possible without digging too far into fatigue, but take a few deep breaths between each set to remain steady. Be especially aware of HSPU -- these tend to fatigue quickly & with little warning. If HSPU get “grindy”, take more rest before starting your sets. All Box Jump reps are step down: the stretch-shortening reflex mechanism used in a rebound should NOT be “used” 144 times in a session -- RECIPE FOR DISASTER! Stepping down will also help you control the pace. Keep Russian KbS snappy & tight. Into the final rounds, pick up the pace & finish fast.