“Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.” – Winston Churchill

As many reps as possible in 16 mins of:

3 Toes-to-bars

3 American Kettlebell Swings, 53/35 lbs

6 Toes-to-bars

6 American Kettlebell Swings, 53/35 lbs

9 Toes-to-bars

9 American Kettlebell Swings, 53/35 lbs

… Continue adding 3 reps each round to each movement until time expires.

* After each set of T2B and AKBS, perform a 50ft. bear crawl.

Todays triplet workout has a bodyweight focus and targets the core, shoulders, and legs
While bear crawl distance remain at 50 feet, the toes to bar & KBS will climb by 3 reps each round
Your score at the end of the 16 minutes is total rounds + reps
For Example: If you finish the round that began with 18 toes to bar and complete 3 toes to bar into the round of 21, your score would be 18+3
Only count fully completed 50 foot distances towards your score [count as 50 reps]
You can expect to get either to or through the round of 18 toes to bar at the end of 16 minutes

If you have 15+ toes to bar unbroken when fresh, let’s complete this station as written
If you’re not there yet, consider reducing the volume each round or choose a sub from “modifications”
If you’re adjusting the volume, you could climb by 1-2 reps each round instead of 3:
Climb By 1’s: 1-2-3-4-5…
Climb By 2’s: 2-4-6-8-10…

This is full AKBS finishing overhead
With the weight chosen, athletes should be able to compete 25+ KBS or more when fresh.

The Bear Crawl isn’t a movement we do often, but it pairs well with toes to bar and KBS today, as it will also challenge the midline, shoulders, and legs
If you want a beefed up version of the bear crawl, complete a 25-50′ handstand walk or the dumbbell bear crawl

Reduce Reps
Feet as High as Possible
Knees to Elbow/Chest/Waist

Russian KBS
15 Push-ups
100 Meter Farmers Carry
100 Meter Weighted Run
50′ Handstand Walk
50′ Dumbbell Bear Crawl

To stop your progress on the bear crawls might just take more energy than completing the 50 feet unbroken
Rather than taking break on these horizontal movements, look to continuously move forward at a steady pace
The main priority is to find the ideal break-up strategy for your climbing reps of toes to bar
The reps listed in the workout description (3-6-9) are low, and essentially serve as a buy-in for the high reps later in the workout
Keep the later rounds in mind, as the workout truly begins when the reps reach double digits (12-15-18…)
The workout will come down to finding a way to stay moving on the bar, with the goal being to find the break-up strategy that maximizes your current ability on this movement
There is no set too small, as quick sets of 1-3 are definitely on the table, especially if you find high rep toes to bar challenging
For Example: You can very well clear a set of 15 toes to bar in very quick sets of 3 faster than 2 bigger sets of 8-7 with a long break between
If you find yourself standing around a lot on the toes to bar, don’t feel like you have to stick to a specific rep scheme
Adjust as needed during the workout to minimize time spent not moving