1 Ground To Overhead @ bodyweight for each year you are old
(100 – your age)*10 reps Double-unders
Partition the work in any way you like. There is a 30 minute time limit.
I can' do double-unders (jump rope but the rope goes under you twice before you land). Typically the scale for that is 3 singles per double. That would have meant I had to do 1,980 singles. 100-34=66*10=660*3=1,980.
Fortunately the scale for double-unders wasn't three singles. Instead I had to side jump over my barbell. I remember doing this type of jump on the bleachers for ski-team dry land training.
That pink thing is me, mid-air. It kind of looks like I could be tightrope walking the bar. I did not do 660 jumps (there was a time limit on this one for fear everyone would be there until dark). I eek-ed out 330.
When I initially saw the photo below I thought "Wow, what the hell type form is that?" Then I realized in this shot I was just stabilizing the barbell so I could jump over it. Phew. My form is far from perfect but I would like to think it vaguely resembles the movement.