2.15.14 Training Sessions (2)

Workout 1
Dislocates, 10 normal, 5 reverse
Then:
10 reps each:
Squats +
Bulgarian Bag Halos +
KBS @ 45/35 +
Push-ups +
Split Jumps +
3 sets to warm-up
Then:
Post-Exhaustion Pulling Set:
A1 6-8x Chin-up 
A2 8-10x Seated 1/4 + 1 Off-Set Grip Thick DB Curls
Rest 3 minutes, 3-4 sets
Then:
Post-Exhaustion Pushing Set:
B1 6-8x Close-Grip Bench Press
B2 8-10x Neutral-Grip Supine Triceps Extensions
Rets 3 minutes, 3-4 sets
Then:
Mini-DB Complex, 6 reps each:
RDL +
Bent-Over Row +
Push Press +
15m Walking Lunge
Rotate through for 12 minutes
Then:
Cool Down
 
Workout 2
“Go Primal Tri”
150 Calories +
2000m Row +
2.85 mile run
for time
Then:
Cool Down
 
Results
Primal Tri:
[gp_workout2]
Brian Hunt – 39:25 (6:47, 7:51)
 
Coach’s Comments
 N/A
 
Photos
Today's lucky winners for the Primal Tri. They couldn't have asked for a better day. 61 degrees, not a cloud in the sky. In stark contrast to those who had to do it in the cold rain last week.

Today’s lucky winners for the Primal Tri. They couldn’t have asked for a better day. 61 degrees, not a cloud in the sky. In stark contrast to those who had to do it in the cold rain last week.

This pic is actually from yesterday. It served as a nice trial run with the sleds. Now I have a good sense of how to better match athlete to weight and what distances to use to get the result/effect I want.

This picture is actually from yesterday. It served as a nice trial run with the sleds. Now I have a good sense of how to better match athlete to weight and what distances to use to get the result/effect I want. You’ll see these again next week, although nothing like FYF.

Though any functional training guru might find biceps training unnecessary or "non-functional," I think it has real value as a contributor to compound movements or as decelerator of the arm.

Although the average functional training guru might find biceps training unnecessary or “non-functional,” I think it has real value as a contributor to compound movements or as decelerator of the arm.

Stretch the hammies.

Stretch the hammies.

Back knee to the floor or it doesn't count.

Back knee to the floor or it doesn’t count.