strength and conditioning

A chipper of a day with a lot of work to kick start the week.
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If you're looking to charge into the weekend instead of stagger into it, these workout programs are for you.
Work to true failure - loss of physical positioning; not relative failure - loss of mental endurance.
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Drag, push, pull, and lift. You get to do it all today to finish off the week.
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Challenging yourself with a variety of unorthodox weighted movements takes precedence today.
Steadily building on the last 5 weeks of workouts, you get to practice some extended handstand holds on this day.
Work to true failure not when you lose mental focus and don't want to go on.
There are athletes who like to compete in both powerlifting and weightlifting. So, how do they train?
Challenging your core and trunk musculature so that you can create a rigid handstand position securely.
Today, output dictates duration of rest. Heavier weight, vicious pace = more rest. Lighter weight, less vicious pace = much less. Earn the added rest.
The clean movement takes precedence today.
These exercises are for everybody who is ready for a unique physical challenge.
Going for upper body strength, essential for core and balance to help you in your handstands.
Basic movements designed to hit you all over: squats and pull ups.