Another great week of training behind us, as we look forward to this week’s workouts we want to remind you to take some time to stretch, mobilize and cool down. Although it seems time consuming, it is vital to recovery and will greatly improve your training. We will start off this week with “Deadliest Catch”, which is a conditioning piece of 3 rounds of 3 rounds of front squats, toes to bar and lateral barbell burpees, separated by calories on the rower hoping to take between 15-22 minutes. Tuesday’s interval conditioning piece is called “Double Jeopardy”. On the 4:00 x 5 rounds you will complete double unders, bar muscle ups and power snatches. “Turbo Tax” hits us on Wednesday, which is an AMRAP of calories on the assault bike, kettlebell swings, box jumps and deadlifts. Grab your partners for Thursday’s team workout of 3 as you take on “PayPal”. This longer AMRAP will have you and your teammates complete rounds of strict pull-ups, strict dumbbell presses and back squats which will go up in weight after each round is complete. Friday’s workout is a CompTrain benchmark, this EMOM 30 has you alternating movements of calories on the rower and burpees for 15 rounds. This is a longer time domain with two simple movements, looking for you to stay consistent throughout the workout. Saturday’s workout is “AWOL”, which is 3 AMRAP 5’s separated by 5 minuets of rest of calories on the assault bike followed by a max set of barbell movements, our first AMRAP is power snatches, then clean and jerks then thrusters, barbell weight stays the same for every movement.
“Refuse to emotionally succumb to the negative events around you and tap your mental toughness to thrive in any environment. The good guy doesn’t always win and justice doesn’t always prevail, but where you direct your mental energy will always determine your attitude and it will always be controlled by you.”–Steve Siebold