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This is a 14:00-18:00 workout. But, we may get some fast finishers around ~13:00.

It will feel like a TTB workout for most. Scaling reps will be encouraged, so we don’t spend too much time staring at the pull-up bar.

The grip of the Deadlift into the TTB, and from TTB into the Row will be a factor.

Don’t be fooled by the “lighter” barbell, we have a lot of reps to tackle (72 reps total).

For scaling loads and reps, think about a load and rep scheme that can be cleared in 2-3 sets across each movement.

This workout is scored by the time it takes to complete the workout.


A descending rep scheme should shave off :30 each time. Starting at 27 = ~1:30-2:00, then 21 = ~1:00-1:30, 15 = :40-1:00, and 9 = :20-:30. The loading on the Deadlift should feel light and easy to move.


The same is almost true for the TTB if proficient at TTB. If not, today we should pick a rep scheme that allows for 2-4 sets across all sets or a scale such as hanging knee raises or sit ups.


27/21 Cals = ~1:30. Like most times, recovering on the Row is encouraged, until the very last one where we turn and burn!


Break the Deadlifts in 2-3 sets to save grip for TTB.

Break the TTB into 2-4 sets to prepare for more TTB in later rounds.

The Row should take around 1:30-2:00. This will put us between ~900-1300 cals/per hour.

Rowing for calories shouldn’t changed the technique, but it will require a more concentrated effort.

“Bunions” (Time)


For Time:



Toes to Bar

27/21 Calorie Row

20 min Time Cap

Subs – 20/15 Cal Bike or 400m Run

RX+-Same as RX


50-59-105/75#, Hanging Knee Raises

60+-95/65#, Sit Ups

Basics- 21-15-9 DL w PCV/BB, Sit Ups, Row