My snatch is pretty weak. I need to do a lot of shoulder mobility work to get where I want to be, but my for is solid. My max effort snatch is 155, and I weigh 160.
I'm glad to see people here opening up to the fact that legit CF gyms and trainers are popping up!
Most of the elite CFers don't do the traditional WODs. They spend their time on specific programming for the oly lifts and then practice skills on the side. If you look at the Outlaw programming, it's based around the big oly lifts and with accessory work like clean pulls, hang snatch, snatch drop/balance, etc. I don't consider myself to be "elite" by any means, but I rarely WOD with everyone at my gym. I follow VERY specific programming and work 1:1 with a coach every week. I have good friends going to regionals and they don't ever do random WODs.
There's a big split between some boxes and others in how they do their programming. Some follow Glassman blindly, some don't. The elite folks don't - I can tell you that with certainty.
I love the snatch (TWSS) and am currently working with a coach to fix some form issues. My PR is 125, and I weigh about 145. That s**t is weak sauce, and I want to get my #s up into the 140s/150s eventually. All of my issues are form related at this point.
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I've been following the Wendler program myself and then just hitting 1, maybe 2 WODS a week to keep some form of cardio. I will do snatch work only when I'm pretty rested since it requires a tad more concentration