I wanted to create a program for someone who had only a pair of same size bells at their disposal. Your comments would be welcome. Five rounds: Double Clean and Press—>Double Front Squat—>Pull-ups You can scale the program to your ability or goals by doing 5 rounds of 1-5 reps per round on the double clean/press/squat. You might start with five singles, and then do 2-1-1-1-1, then 2-2-1-1-1, 2-2-2-1-1, and so on. Do the same number of pull ups as reps you did on the clean/press/squat. Perform the DCP/DFSQ/Pullups unbroken. Work toward five rounds of five reps. Rest between rounds as necessary, but get on with it. 100 snatches (50/50) Use the same size bell for the snatches and get-ups as you did for the clean/press/squat. Try to do the snatches in no more than five rounds, and hit it hard. 10 Turkish Get Ups (5/5) Use the same size bell for the snatches and get-ups as you did for the clean/press/squat. To increase difficulty, string Turkish Get Ups together by doing them in reverse and using a snatch to transition from one hand to the other (snatch—>”get down”—>”get up”—>finish snatch, switch hands, repeat). Farmers walk finisher Grab one or two bells and walk to your satisfaction. I recommend starting this program with relatively light weight and then adjust as you feel appropriate.