You have to love weightlifting. It is as much art as it is science and sport. These workouts are designed to encourage your growth as a lifter and should be performed with excellence in movement in mind and not the weight on the bar. Stick with it for a 100 days of workouts and see how you feel.
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The terminology is simple: (X/3)4 means do one lift 3 times for 4 sets. For a clean and push press, you may see (X/2+1)4, which means do 2 cleans then 1 push press as your set and perform for 4 sets
Day 8 of 100
For the pull-ups, try and do 5 unbroken, if not then do up to 5. Focus on engaging your back muscles and staying strict.
Front Squat: (X/3)4 Pull-ups: (0/5)4 Prone Sprints: X6
Vintage weightlifting photography courtesy of Bruce Klemens