Workouts

This cycle of the Women’s WOD will focus on the development of upper body strength and midline stability, using bodyweight movements and kettlebell skill work to strengthen and condition the body.
Work on strength and muscular endurance with today's lower body focused workout from Chris LaLanne.
Work on your thrusters today in our strength & conditioning workout from Chris Lalanne.
This cycle of the Women’s WOD will focus on the development of upper body strength and midline stability, using bodyweight movements and kettlebell skill work to strengthen and condition the body.
Work your strength with bench press and your cardio with burpees, box jumps, and pull ups. Today's workout begins our final week from featured coach, Chris LaLanne.
Cycle 1 will experiment with different modalities to build upper body strength to aid in the development of the handstand, essential for core strength, upper body strength, and balance.
Week 2 of programming from Chris LaLanne concludes with strength work on the front squat and a 3 round cardio-weightlifting combination.
Cycle 1 will experiment with different modalities to build upper body strength to aid in the development of the handstand, essential for core strength, upper body strength, and balance.
Today's workout from Chris LaLanne is a total body workout, working core, legs, arms, and conditioning.
Week two of programming from Chris LaLanne continues with an upper body workout including ring dips, burpees, and kettlebells.
Cycle 1 will experiment with different modalities to build upper body strength to aid in the development of the handstand, essential for core strength, upper body strength, and balance.
Get out your sandbags and get ready to work your legs as we start week two of programming from Chris LaLanne.
Cycle 1 will experiment with different modalities to build upper body strength to aid in the development of the handstand, essential for core strength, upper body strength, and balance.
Our first week of programming from Chris LaLanne concludes with Split Jerk practice followed by a plyometric circuit.
Cycle 1 will experiment with different modalities to build upper body strength to aid in the development of the handstand, essential for core strength, upper body strength, and balance.
Day three of three weeks of programming from Chris LaLanne focuses on upper body strength and muscular endurance.
Day two of three weeks of programming from Chris LaLanne starts with max height box jumps and is followed by a gymnastic circuit.