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EMOM: [max 30 min]
M1 1 Snatch
M2 Row Max Cals [0 rower every time]
**Snatch base weight is 55/35 +what ever calories were just rowed.
[ie. Row 12 cal on the first round and your weight will be 67/47 on the next round. Row another 11 cals and it will go up to 78/58 and so on.
Workout ends when snatch is failed twice.
***round down to nearest weight