Day 32/360: Wolf Brigade Subversive Fitness

Greg Walsh


Strength and Conditioning

If you have tried these workouts before skip this part and go straight to next section with today's training program. if it's your first time seeing this then, here's the stuff you should check out:​



Positional and mechanical improvement:


Single and double kettlebell lifts


Beginner/Intermediate: Clean from floor, clean from swing, front squat, back squat, push press

Advanced: Clean/swing clean + front squat, clean/swing clean + push press, snatch



At skill work weights and with the guidance of a qualified trainer, practice the several movements listed above that need the most work and make improvement in each. Start with the basic variations of each (using single kettlebell until progress is made), and add difficulty/ weight as appropriate. Accumulate lots of quality reps, and add weight to fact-check position as needed.




1-arm kettlebell clean + 3/1000 hold in rack + 2 Front squat:
2 x 3L, 3R @ as heavy as possible in each set
1 x 5L, 5R @ (up to) 75% of heaviest lift above


Rest as needed between arms and sets, and maintain all details used in today’s skill work.


Clean + hold + 2 squats = 1 rep.


And then, for max calories:


One minute Airdyne sprint


Breathe, focus, and drive. This is a sprint, not a jog- no pacing. Goal is matching output from previous outing; Matching effort should go without saying.


And finally, “Time under tension”:


Single kettlebell rack hold @ heaviest weight used above


Switch arms as desired using stacked-grip hand-to-hand switch. Attempt to keep weight off the ground for entire duration- work to “True” failure (loss of physical positioning) not “Relative” failure (loss of mental endurance). If time reaches two minutes, you may stop if desired. If time is under two minutes, do it again, and accumulate at least two total minutes.


Accountability.This week, no matter where you train, and no matter for how long:
Assign yourself an honest percentage, and take the next month to make improvements. Give yourself a “Positional Accountability” report card.


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