One player works while the other rests. But you have to manage yourself. Otherwise you might blow up and be worthless as a teammate. I love “team” workouts. They bring out the best in people.
Tony fighting for the last little bit of extension.
There are two critical cues for the RDL. 1) Send the hips back. 2.) Trace the bar down the legs. Over-bending the knees and getting the bar too far out in front of you are two common faults. Jordan looking strong.
If you’re gonna make it within the 15 minute time cap every second counts. How you transition from player to player matters. Teamwork is critical.
Lock the arms, drive with the legs.
The three player set-up allows a player to give it everything they have because they can rest while the other players go. Exhibit A.
5×3 1 and 1/4 Back Squats were the order of the day for the 1:15pm group.
If you add weight the range of motion must remain full and controlled. Adding weight and cutting corners on range of motion will produce no results.
Handstand Walks to cool down.
There’s no time to strap in on the Ski Erg. Grab and go.
On a true 5×5 the athlete should not be able to complete all 25 reps. If they can the next workout they should go up. If not, they stay with that weight until they can complete all the reps.