End of the week, and it doesn't get any easier. Rest day is going to be a great day.
It's a benchmark day today, to the sound of Suicide Tendencies.
Working on positional and mechanical improvements in single and double kettlebell lifts.
Training should be rewarding and frustrating, satisfying and discouraging. It should be fun and miserable, comfortable and uncomfortable, both confusing and crystal-clear.
A kettlebell dominant day of work followed by some restorative movement for the back.
The goal is technical, powerful, high-paced work- rest as needed in order to perform each round to full ability.
We've got a Tabata mash up and a challenging set of balance exercises for you today.
Work on position and range of motion because that is the only determinant of what weight you put on the bar.
Today's goal is fluid, seamless transitions from movement to movement, and hand-to-hand switches from side-to-side.
It's a day of variety in mace work, hitting your body every angle and twist.
Kettlebell and barbell routines dominate the day.
Your rest strategy is going to come in play today because you're going to need it.
A tough round of deadlifts kicks off the workout today and it doesn't stop there.
Floor work with kettlebells adds an interesting twist to this workout.
The bench press: often neglected and overlooked in box gyms. Still has a place to play in overall fitness and strength development.
Incorporating a nice neck and shoulder release routine to end a challenging round of upper body strength builders.
The kettlebell back squat takes center stage today.