Friday

stronger than before

WOD:
A. Deadlift 5×5. *start around 60% of 1rm and build 5% per set of 5 to 80%+ by your last set.
B. EMOM x 14 min- partner sled pull/push (25m. down-25m. back)
2-3 person teams
Odd min: partner 1 drags down, partner 2 pushes back
Even min: partner 2 drags down, partner 1 pushes back
if its 3 person teams;
partner 1 drags down, parter 2 pushes back, partner 3 drags down, partner 1 pushes back, partner 2 drags down… etc
*keep weight light enough that the pace and speed stay constant over the duration, but still challenging.

Thursday

Am I pursuing excellence, or am I doing the bare minimum? Am I copping out? Am I expecting the best of myself? Am I holding myself to high standards? While not everything deserves my best effort, there are some things that certainly do deserve my best, all the time. Training is one of those things. Even if you are not competing or training for a specific goal, you reap the fitness that you sow.
Training with Integrity

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WOD:
For time:
50 wallballs (14# 10′, 20# 10′)
30 hang power cleans (95,135#)
15 ring muscle-ups. *scale to progression on floor, 1-1 (CTB pu + dip), or 1-1 (pullup+ pushup)

Wednesday

WOD:
A. Shoulder Press 5×5.
*start around 60% of 1rm and build 5% per set of 5 to 80%+ by your last set.
B. EMOM x 10 min:
Odd min: 10 box jumps (pick a challenging height)
Even min: 10 burpees

Tuesday

“Instead of backing off and allowing nature to heal the damaged area over an extended period of time, I use the methods Wright and Ziegler recommended: immediately do something to feed blood and nutrients to the injured body part. The main thing I stress to all of my athletes when they get hurt is to keep training. As could be expected, this goes against the grain of most trainers and team physicians.
Injury and Opportunity

It was a beautiful evening! Why not have class outside!?

It was a beautiful evening! Why not have class outside!?

WOD:
A. Power Clean skill work.
B. EMOM x 12 min: 1 power clean.
*increasing weight every other round (6 total weight gains) to a solid heavy single.
C1. 3×10 barbell good mornings
C2. 3×10 Strict toes-bar

Monday

This 6 weeks will be a combination of strength building of the main power lifts, Back Squat, Shoulder Press, Deadlift with a 5’s, 3’s and 2’s week, as well as complimenting this with speed work on the olympic lifts with snatch/clean and jerk OTM work and shorter more intense traditional CF workouts.

Noon class putting forth maximum hustle, work, and effort to get better each day!

WOD: (six-week cycle test)
A. Back Squat 5×5.
*start around 60% of 1rm and build 5% per set of 5 to 80%+ by your last set.
B. 1 round for time:
Run 600m. *scale to 400.
50 Air Squats
30 Pushpress (75,115#) *scale to around 55% of pp or 65% or sp.