Heavy is a relative term. I've been spending the last 6-8 weeks with the lighter kbs, working on technique and form.
Today was, to coin kettlebell competitor and coach extraordinaire, Catherine Imes' term, a test day. Not a super hard test, and I moved away from the timed sets for a traditional set/rep kind of scheme.
~5 minutes of JM. Mostly off of Steve Maxwell's Recharge DVD.
2 KB Jerks:
32kgx6, 6, 6, 6, 7
-this was easier than I expected, really, and I probably could go up in weight. However, I have all the time in the world right now and nothing to prove, so the heavier kbs will provide a stimulus to improve technique under load and to improve stability at the top and the rack.
Ironically, the rack felt ok.
32kg kb rack rest: 30s, 45s....I was pleased with this.
Snatch: 32kgx10/10, 10/10, 10/10, 10/10, 11/11
-this had a bit of an systemic conditioning effect. I would only rest about a minute in between sets, so, they got to be additive.
The final part of the workout was several sets of ring bodyweight rows and ring push ups. I just received a pair of Coach Chris Sommer's Xtreme Rings this week, and they are a finished, professional, and high quality product.