Deadlift- Build to a tough 220.127.116.11 in 12 Minutes
**** 18.104.22.168 means 4 consecutive reps, not touch and go, but no leaving the bar. Control the decent, stop at the bottom and completely reset then lift again.
Being good at life means being able to move through it efficiently. The best way to become good and efficient at anything is to practice it. What I have found by broadening my experiences through various sports and learning new skills over the years is that there is only one right way to move and that right way transcends across all different sports and skill. A collapsed ankle and knee position is never good whether it is seen in basketball or under a heavy squat. Either way that knee is compromised and is going to get hurt. A rounded back picking up a stone in your yard or a heavy deadlift at the gym has strong potential for injury and chronic problems for a long time. Practicing quality movement, especially in CrossFit where we use intensity and fatigue to challenge the positions found inside the movement, will make those positions and movements even stronger. So work heavy and work and push hard but remember quality of movement comes first.
Modifications for development of the L-Pullup: a kip swing into the L, holding the knees up to reduce the lever arm pull on the back, or strict pull-ups are good scaling options for the L pull-up. From there, the jumping kip swing pull-up allows the beginner to practice the mechanics of the kipping pull-up while developing pulling strength. Set up under a bar that bisects the forearm when standing under the bar with the arms extended.
Use the pike push-up, feet set up on a higher box, as the scaling option for handstand push-ups and strive to get the feet as close as possible to the hands. Also may use Headstand kipped to Handstand as more advanced scale (with understanding it's not full ROM HSPU), or practice headstands for balance.