Sorry for the inconvenience but there will be NO 6:30-7;30AM SESSION TODAY.
THE ONLY MORNING SESSION WILL BE 8;30-9;30AM
“While a few folks may naturally be tight, the cause of most peoples’ stiffness is simply years of neglect. Your body adapts to your actions (or inactions). If you move often, you will get good at moving, but if you’ve spent most of your life sitting in a chair, chances are your hips, hamstrings, shoulders and upper back have tightened up as a result. It takes a long time for this to happen, and it can take just as long to undo. Many of us could benefit from giving extra time and attention to improving our mobility, as well as making a point to avoid activities that can make matters worse.
Genetics also play an undeniable role in everything related to how our bodies look and move, including our flexibility potential. Some people are just naturally flexible and really don’t need to stretch much at all, but they are the outliers. If you’re one of these lucky few, don’t take it for granted. Mobility tends to be a “use it or lose it” sort of thing and while some folks are naturally more “bendy” than others, your genetics don’t give you an excuse to be inflexible. Though the spectrum of mobility is quite large, we all have the potential to achieve a full, healthy range of motion in all of our joints. There are certain minimum standards that one should aim to meet in order to possess the basic foundation of mobility that is required for healthy, functional movement patterns.”—Al Kavadlo for Mark’s Daily Apple
Workout of the Day
Back Squat: 1X3@75%, 1X3@80%, 1X3@85%, rest 60 sec.
9 minutes to complete:
30 Shoulder to OH 95/65# (Press, Push Press or Push Jerk)
20 Burpee Box Jumps 24/20?
15 TTB (Toes To Bar)
20 Shoulder to OH 125/85#
30 Burpee Box Jumps 24/20?
ME Shoulder to OH 155/115# in the remainder of the 9 minutes.
Post your scores to the Whiteboard.