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“Hellhole” DP (Time)

“Hellhole”

For Time:

Complete 50 Devil Presses in the following fashion:

2 min AMRAP

35 Double Unders (60 singles)

5 Lat Dumbbell Burpees

Max Devil Presses in Remaining Time

2 min Rest

2 min AMRAP

35 Double Unders

5 Lat Dumbbell Burpees

Max Devil Presses in Remaining Time

2 min Rest

2 min AMRAP

35 Double Unders

5 Lat Dumbbell Burpees

Max Devil Presses in Remaining Time

2 min Rest

3 min AMRAP

35 Double Unders

5 Lat Dumbbell Burpees

Max Devil Presses in Remaining Time

If you do not complete all 50 DP in 15 min then add :01 for every rep not completed

RX+-50/35#

RX -35/20#

50-59 -20/15#

60+-15/10#, 35 singles, Just Burpees

Basics-25 Devil Presses
DESCRIPTION

This workout consists of 4 short and fast intervals

The first three intervals last for 2 minutes, with the final lasting 3 minutes

There is 2 minutes of rest between intervals

After completing the double unders and lateral dumbbell burpees, you’ll complete as many Devil’s Press as your can with the remaining time

Your workout will continue until you have finished 50 total Devil’s Press

Record the total time (including rest) it takes to complete the 50 reps

If you do not finish the Devil’s Press after the final AMRAP 3 is over, write your score as 15 min plus :01 for every rep not completed

DEVIL’S PRESS

This movement is a combination of a dumbbell burpee and a double dumbbell snatch

The chest should make contact with the floor on each rep

Swing the bells overhead without pausing at the shoulders

Choose a moderate weight that allows you to complete 10+ reps within each interval

Click Here for a demo video

DOUBLE UNDERS & LATERAL DUMBBELL BURPEES

These two stations combined are designed to take under 45 seconds to complete, giving you plenty of time to accumulate dumbbell reps

Adjust numbers or variations as needed to accomplish this

You can jump up or step up out of the burpee

The feet should pass over the handle of the dumbbell

There is no need to stand to full extension when jumping over the handle