Only The Flexible Will Survive

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One easily overlooked way to improve your performance is to increase your flexibility. Inflexible people have a much harder time moving themselves and take much longer getting their bodies into position to move objects. Constantly contracting muscles, especially under a load, keeps them tight. Without fixing this, muscles (and the joints they’re attached to), lose their range of motion leading to poor performance and increased risk for injury.

Here’s the News Flash of the Day: Stretching improves flexibility. Simple as that. But, it takes a lot of discipline to stretch consistently, maybe as much as it takes to build strength or endurance. The best time to stretch is AFTER the workout when the elasticity of your muscles has increased due to increased body temperature and blood flow. You’ve probably noticed that your start to move better once you’re well into the workout. That is the pivotal moment where you can increase your flexibility through stretching. So, stop holding yourself back and stretch. Click THIS LINK as a guide.

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TODAY: WEDS, MAY 7, 2014

FRONT SQUAT

6 SETS OF 3 REPS AT 65% OF YOUR 1 REP MAX

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60 HANG POWER SNATCH 95#/65#*

*100 Meter Run every time you drop the bar.
**You can ONLY rest in the OVERHEAD position. No Back Rack or Hang. If you stop in the hang, you must drop and run.

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