Shoulder prep via band distractions.
Allow the band to distraction the humerous while simultaneously positioning the head and trunk slightly in front of the arm.
Any time we do TGUs I like to start with Windmills. Today we did a 5-4-3-2-1 KB Windmill Strength ladder. Aubs looking perfect.
One player swings while the other waits patiently holding the bell with two hands at waist level.
Drop into a full squat and hit the target above. I can’t monitor everyone so you have to use integrity. If you fail to achieve the movement standard give yourself a no-rep. The only way you’ll get better is to hold yourself to a higher standard.
100-Rep Challenge. Do 100x Wall Ball in as few sets as possible. Every time you break do 6x TGU. It’s pretty when you do it right.
Scott is getting better every day.
The hardest part of incline curls is keeping your upper arm perpendicular at all times. The tendency is to allow that elbow to creep up as you curl.
Kian’s shoulder was buggin him on Dips. So I gave him Triangle push-ups. It’s similar because both target the Triceps. Push the elbows out on the way down to maximize tension and stretch.
Xeve tired but under control. The biggest challenge is staying true to your form in a fatigued state.
Zac is a monster.
100m between each rung is a kick in the nuts (so to speak). But it breaks up the ladder. The DBs are waiting.
Amber suffering (that isn’t a smile). Overall is was a fine FYF. Thanks to everyone who gave it their all. I continue to be inspired by the efforts I see on a daily basis in here.