7 Thrusters (95/65 lb.)
EMOM for as long as
This one is a shoulder blaster! FMS stands for Fudge My Shoulders (if you didn’t work it out!). The intention is for it to be challenging for everyone from the start. There is a huge psychological component in this workout: the little voice in your heads telling you that you’ve had enough. This is your chance to work your mental muscles and push through the pain.
The goal is to make it past 10 rounds. You will need to be able to do all the movements unbroken, at least in the first half of the workout. As soon as you start breaking it up, it will take seconds off the rest time, so hang in there as long as possible and take short breaks if needed.
There won’t be much time to rest. It will start around 20 sec. in the first few rounds, and you will probably be able to hold a constant 10-15 sec. rest after that. If you start to drop below this, you’ll will start to slow down and eventually miss the minute.
On the other hand, 18 reps is still a lot to get done in a minute; some people might have trouble getting past 5 min. If you end up not being able to get that far, no worries!. Take some reps off and continue on until at least 10 min.