I kind of feel like it’s a back to the basics kind of day. Enough with the new, big, fancy…whatever. This is all about just grabbing a barbell and moving some weight. Practice practice kids. You know what’s coming.
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Last point on this subject.
Pay attention to the way you move through your day today. Much of the time, if we’re moving something, we’re moving it pretty fast. When you pick up your bag off the ground, you’re not spending as much time lifting it as slowly as possible are you? Forget it. You want to grab it and go.
I’m going to keep the editorial to a minimum today. This one speaks for its self. Demos are pasted below. There isn’t a video for renegade row just yet, so I’ve pasted in the man maker demo. A renegade row is the pushup, row, pushup row portion of the man maker. Stay down in the plank position, pushing and rowing. 1 renegare row = 1 pushup & 1 row.
In the spirit of today’s Long Cycle National Championships here in NY, I’m going to kick off my gs kettlebell demos. If you’ve worked kettlebell with your trainer or at your gym, this is going to look radically different.
10 rounds. 10 reps of each in the first, 9 in the second, 8 in the third and so on through one rep of each.
Got the wall ball down? Here we go with a progression of posterior chain power and explosiveness.
4 rounds of the following
Got a little time to kill between ball slams, cirbies and your kb jerks? Try this. The bear crawl is an awesome tool for active recovery and some extra rotational training. While you’re waiting to recover the energy in your primary movement of the day, take a couple of laps up and down the group fitness studio.