Everyone saw some marked improvement on the squat cleans. It was evident that it really clicked for many of you and was exciting to see. Great work Jared and Jeff for going rx’d on the squat cleans and ring dips. It is inevitable that strength will follow such determination and effort. Here’s a good rule of thumb with regard to scaling. Yes we want to be safe and learn technique and consistency and all that good stuff-BUT…if you are doing 21 unbroken reps that band is too much. It should be a challenge and the clock should take a back seat to quality movement and challenging yourself in the workout. They aren’t supposed to be easy. If you need to rest after 5 or so that’s right where you belong for now. Don’t rest for long though-remember- intensity is where the results are.
Tomorrow is erase the board day. If you would like to keep track of old pr’s please write them in your tracking sheets.
Nutrition with Tim after the 1pm class-don’t miss it! If you can’t be there there will be a follow up on Monday after the 4.
Have you checked out the Nutrition blog? I hope it’s a useful tool to all of us.
Work up to a 1 Rep Max on your squat of choice. (Back,Front,Overhead)
Followed by AMRAP 12 Min.
5 Strict Chin-Ups
7 Knees To Elbows
9 Kettle Bell Swings 1.5 / 1 Pood
Jack Lalanne’s grand nephew demonstrates our kind of Knees to Elbows