- For Time (with a Partner)
- With a Running Clock:
- 2 Rounds of:
- 200 meter Buddy Carry
- 20 Planking Partner Burpees
- Then, 10 Rounds of:
- 8 Synchronized Pull-Ups
- 12 Synchronized Push-Ups
Start the clock and begin the 2-round portion of the workout, partitioning the work as needed between partners. Once the last burpee is completed move immediately to the 10-round synchronized portion of the workout.
For the planking partner burpees, one partner holds plank while the other partner does burpees with a jump over the planking partner.
For the synchronized portion of the workout partners must perform each rep in unison for the rep to count. Each partner must complete 8 pull-ups and 12 push-ups per round.
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