In preparation for our Snatch cycle starting next Thursday, we will be doing another preemptive test called "Isabel." She is a very contested workout for the idea that it can be potentially harmful to do 30 Snatches in a row.
The problem with "Isabel" is that many of us are so competitive that we sacrifice form for speed when time is a factor. This is something that requires us all to be very self-aware and responsible. We are talking about the health of each and every one of us. Be attentive to how you are performing this workout (and all others for that matter) so that you don't hurt yourself in order to "win."
Another thing to keep in mind is that "winning" a workout is a relative idea. To many of us, it means having the best time or score for the day. What I believe it should mean has nothing to do with the others around us. "Winning" a workout should mean that you leave the gym satisfied with your effort, and you know as you exit the gym that your health is improving as a direct reflection of the work you just put in. That's "winning!"
To summarize my already concise few paragraphs: Always use good form and quit comparing yourself to others.
Love you bye!