Keep those elbows up on the KB Hi-Pull.
The Burpee to Wall Ball to Push Press portion of today’s circuit was tough. Three pressing movements in a row is no joke. Get through that and the rest is relatively easy.
Drive the bar off the body, follow it overhead, and lock out. The harder it is the better your technique must be.
James and I battle for water supremacy. At 7am I was in the lead (left). Half and hour later he over took me. Sometimes a little motivation is necessary to hit your water goal.
By the time you get to the Box Jump Overs fatigue is definitely an issue. Be careful. Precious is paramount.
If jumping seems too dangerous, just step.
I should have saved this workout for FYF. It was a doozy.
Rob grinding out Toes-to-Bar
Just a nice pic. Jason Anthony on the Step-up Hop…power version.
Prepping the Bicep Tendon for Dips.
IF you create momentum on the KB like you should it will point slightly forward at the top. If it’s dangling it means you’re overusing your arms and underutilizing your hips. Fire the hips and guide the bell to the chin.
Athletes always ask, “should I be using a hook grip?” The answer is yes, yes, yes. The hook grip is THE best way to pull weight from the floor, no matter what you’re doing. It needs to be so automatic you hook grip your pen when you write. Michael setting up.
A little self-care between sets.
The standard load for German Volume Training (10×10) is approximately 60% of your max. At first this weight feels easy for ten reps. But by the seventh set you realize this workout is not about intensity, it’s about volume, lots of volume.