Single Kettlebell Complex III

A coworker gave me a heart rate monitor. Today after work I did the kettlebell complex I love for the third time:
Single-arm swing, clean, front squat for ten reps, then ten squat-jumps: all that for ten rounds.
Today’s time: 17:05, including fiddling with the HR monitor when the kettlebell hit it and turned it off. Last time, on Feb. 25: 17:02.
My age-predicted max heart rate is 177 or 178 (I’m almost 43).
Today’s max heart rate: 176, in round 3 or 4. In later rounds it hovered between 169 and 172 most of the times I checked.
Average HR for 14:30 duration: 170.

Front Squat

The other night we did some fairly heavy front squats before the workout. I finished the squats with two reps at 70 kilos–a weight I’d front-squatted at least once before for one rep. According to this NSCA training textbook I’ve been studying, a 2-rep max is 95 percent of the 1-rep max. If that’s true, then sometime soon I should try for 73 kilos
I don’t think I can get that precise with the plates. Let’s say maybe I could have lifted 70 kilos a third time, which would make it 93 percent of a 1RM of 75. Maybe next time I have a chance to try for a max, I’ll try 60, 70, and then 75 kilos.