The reason I want to superset them is to gain some time.
I train in my garden with a friend and we only have one barbell.
For example: my friend starts with the ramping up (warming up sets) of the squat followed by the first workset.
Then I do the ramping up followed by the first workset. Then we are already 20 min or so further.
Then he performes the second workset, then I do it after a little rest and so on.
I lift more weights than he does, so every set we have to switch the plates.
If we do 2 exercises this way, it takes at least one hour.
With a little run before and a WOD after, it takes a long time to finish a training.
My friend comes over at 20u30.
Mostly we start running from 20u45 to 21u (approximatly).
Than setting up our 'gym': putting a construction light outside and decovering the plates (our 'gym' is not covered).
Often when we finish the strength-training we find it to late to do the WOD.
Result: only having performed a strength-training with 2 exercises.
So I have to do something to make our training more effective.
I think I have the following options:
1) Doing the Crossfit Football program as it is intended.
So doing just 2 strength-exercises followed by a WOD.
Then I have to find some time on 2 other days to do a deadlift and a power clean.
But with my busy scedule (2 kids, company, martial arts, wife ) I already know this is't always going to work.
2) Doing the CFFB program with addition of the deadlift and power clean in the squat/press and squat/bench press days.
I wanted to try this with supersets, but probabily that's not a good idea.
So if I ad the exercises at the end of the SWOD, I am just performing SS followed by a WOD.
If I want to do that, I have to find ways to shorten the SWOD (setting up in advance, using alarms for pauze, switching platse as fast as possible...)
3) Forgetting the WOD's and doing a good strength-program for 2 days a week.
Before anyone can give me some advise, you have to know what my goals are.
This could be SS or some other program.
I want to get strong and fit and some extra mass would be appreciated.
I don't specifically want to train for a sport.
On wednesday and saterday I do jiu-jitsu. We always perform push ups, sit ups...; Often we do a HIIT or circuit-training.
On friday I do Thai boxing and that's always very heavy. We start with rope skipping alternated with push ups, sit ups and squats.
Often followed by a circuit or something like that. The rest of the training we are punchin and kicking and at the end we finish with something like 2 minutes working on pillowes so we are always totally wrecked at the end.
Maybe this is sufficient for conditioning and I can just drop the WOD's...
Height: 1,84 m (6 ft 0,44")
Weight: +/- 85 kg (+/- 188 lb)
Squat (deep): 3 x 5 x 115 kg (254 lb)
Bench Press: 3 x 5 x 72 kg (159 lb)
Press: 3 x 5 x 50 kg (110 lb)
Deadlift: 1 x 5 x 145 kg (320 lb)