What Goes First?

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There’s been a lot of talk lately about how intensity derogates form and the dangers this elicit. However, as we often say, the order is Mechanics->Consistency->Intensity. There is no deviation. If you cannot maintain proper mechanics, we will force you to surrender intensity. Of course, this is where coaching comes in.

But, instead of going down that road, I want to pose a question to you. When you do get tired, what’s the first movement to go for you? In other words, what do you hate to do when you’re tired? For me, running goes right out of the window when fatigue sets in. I can give you a couple of good efforts but if we’re talking 4, 5 rounds and up, my fast jog quickly turns into a lazy stroll. How about you?

**BREAKTHROUGH CHALLENGE PARTICIPANTS**

YOUR FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE YOUR FITNESS SCORES RECORDED IS TODAY AT 11AM. SHOW UP EARLY TO GET WARM. YOU MUST COME IN THIS WEEK TO GET YOUR FITNESS SCORES. 2 OTHER OPPORTUNITIES REMAIN. DON’T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE!!

Tues, Sept 3 @11AM / Thurs, Sept 5 @ 7PM / Sat, Sept 7 @ 11AM

Again, this does not count toward your classes per your membership.

TODAY: TUES, SEPT 3, 2013

3 ROUNDS FOR MAX REPS

1 MIN PER ROUND/1 MIN REST BETWEEN

ROPE CLIMBS

SHOULDER-TO-OVERHEAD 185#/125#

ROW FOR CALORIES

*Lowest reps in a round is your score. Each movement will have it’s own score.

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One Response to What Goes First?

  1. tassha says:

    “They found that even the people who engaged in the higher-intensity short bouts experienced benefits to their body mass index. For instance, for women, spending an extra minute of high-intensity exertion each day was linked with a .07 decrease in body mass index. ” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/01/exercise-intensity-weight-duration_n_3844038.html?utm_hp_ref=healthy-living

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