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, we need new goals on the goal board!
Today we get the pleasure of doing another retest! This one is all about the run. Granted the weight gets heavier, but seeing how the RX weight for this workout is 155/105, it takes awhile to get heavy.
So what does this mean? This means you need to try and push the pace on the run. If you plan on going unbroken or moving the barbell quickly, then you need to push that run. Lots of people (including me) tend to use the run as a “recovery” for when they come back in. Which in some cases is fine, but if you’re doing this every time then it’s not the best route.
For example is you want to get a faster mile time lets say, or you want to be a better runner, but every time we do a running workout you always run to “recover” and it’s at a 2 min 400m pace then you’re teaching your body to run at that pace. Which means we won’t be getting any better or faster at running if we always stick to that idea. So mix it up, even if it means you might struggle with the barbell, not everyday has to be the fastest time or best score. Find ways to get better with challenging yourself. Good luck!
It was Lisa Jensen’s birthday on the 9th. If you see her wish her a happy belated one!
A. “D.T. on the Run”
1 round of D.T.
Start at 95/65, add 20/10 each round. DT= 12 Deadlift, 9 Hang Power Clean, 6 Push Jerk
**RX+ start @ 135/95.