Thursday April 24, 2014

Received a great question from one of the athletes today.  "How do I go about getting more strength training in, if I can't make it to the open gym sessions?"  This was posed by a relatively new member, so it's fitting that we remind everyone of programming.  What is posted on the website is the average for all of our members.  You are all aware when we scale the workouts down for newbies, but the opposite holds true for the seasoned vets.  Obviously if you increase the weight, decrease the reps.  Pretty simple, scale up (increase weight & decrease reps) for more strength, scale down (decrease weight & increase reps) for more cardio.  This will allow you to still compete with everyone around you.

Skill/Strength

Shoulder Press 5-5-5

Push Press 3-3-3

Push Jerk 1-1-1

WOD (start 12' before end of class)

15 AbMat Situps

10 Swings (53/35)

5 Burpees

8' AMRAP

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