Notice how Josh has a slight lay-back here. In the shoulder press, we're o.k. with a little lay-back, as long as it doesn't create an over-extension of the lower back. You can think of a tall redwood tree in the wind. It's fine to have a little sway, we just don't want so much that there's a break (losing the integrated position with an over-extended back is an example of a "break"). With the butt and abbs tight, rib cage down, get the head out of the way and press the bar up and back.
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Shoulder Press 3-5-7-5-3
1 minute calorie row
2 minute AMRAP: 10 overhead walking lunge (75/55lb) buy-in
remaining time: burpee
1 minute rest