Power Snatch (5 x 5-9 reps; TnG)
The goal of this portion is establish good movement patterns on TnG snatch. It may not be what you use in workouts, but you need to understand the skill in terms of how to load and reload to maximize the efficiency of your snatch. Focus will be on how to reset each rep with good position and seeing how many reps in a row you can do that with progressively heavier weights.
Pacer (AMRAP – Rounds and Reps)
16 min AMRAP
9 Power Snatch @ 115/75
12 Bar-Facing Burpees

This workout is very long and repetitive. You want to develop consistency in two ways: 1) sets and technique on power snatch that are tough but good, 2) pacing on the burpees that allow you to pick up the barbell quickly and don’t burn you out. With regards to the first, sets could be singles or connected reps, but the technique is most important – are you muscle snatching, moving under the bar, hitting your hip or botching your pull?