Tim

REMINDER
We have a new schedule starting Monday April 29th. To read and see the schedule CLICK HERE
Sweat Classes will be held on Tuesday @ 4pm and Thursday @ 7pm. Bring a friend and come try it out! 5$ drop in!
It’s a new month, that means we need new goals on the goal board!

We have SWEAT class tonight at 4 pm! Come have some fun, or tell some friends about it!

Today we get to enjoy a retest. It’s been a while since we’ve hit this one, but it is a great test. If you can’t tell we love doing retests here. Now the goal, as always is to see improvement. But as you have guessed sometimes life gets in the way. You can’t always PR every single time you retest something. If that was the case people all over would have 1000# back squats.

We understand that we can’t control life sometimes and you need to understand that too. Maybe you didn’t sleep that well? Maybe your diet has been off for a past couple months compared to last time you did it? Maybe work is super stressful right now? There is a bunch of factors that can play into it all. So when a retest comes up we don’t always need to live in fear and be afraid that we won’t beat our old score.

Remember that we want improvement over years and years here. Something like going heavier than last attempt is improvement. Being able to cycle the barbell faster or for more reps is improvement. Gaining mobility and having a better squat or OH position is improvement. All of these things add up to becoming better. It doesn’t always have to be focused on time. Having better movement patterns or lifting heavier loads is improvement. Keep that in mind. And if you’re main focus constantly is the time on the board and not fixing movement patterns or mobility, you might be heading for disaster!

TUESDAY 5.7.19

A. 8 sets:
1 Squat clean + 1 Hang Squat Clean + 1 Push Jerk

B. “Hot and Cold”
8 AMRAP:
1 Power Clean, 1 Front Squat, 1 Push Jerk
2 Power Clean, 2 Front Squat, 2 Push Jerk
3 Power Clean, 3 Front Squat, 3 Push Jerk
*Continue to add 1 rep every round until time runs out. How far can you get?
135/95. RX+ 155/105
**6/11/18 Retest

6.11.18