Let’s work on those hip flexors! Get in a nice wide lunge with your weight in the front heel and the back leg straight. Make sure that front knee isn’t in front of the toes! Place hands on the inside… Read more »
Let’s spend some time giving our upper body some love. While the mass majority of you will hate me after this movement, it is a great one to practice before/after any WOD that involves you going overhead. You’ll need a… Read more »
Not only does this movement work on opening the hips, but it challenges our ankle flexibility as well. Find a post, position yourself behind it and take a wide side lunge stance with your legs. Descend down to one side;… Read more »
This will really help to work out those crunches you probably developed from overhead squats. You will need a lacrosse ball and a hard floor Notice the pink tape on my back, for those of you who are anatomically challenged,… Read more »
Find a friend that owes you money or that beat you in the last WOD, and have fun working the kinks out in the calves this week! You will need a bar with at least 25lb plates on the end… Read more »
Here’s another oldie but goodie for your hips. You will need at least one plate (start with a 25lb plate) and perhaps a friend. Sit on your booty with one knee bent in and the other leg straight out. Place… Read more »
There’s been a lot of interest shown in these new mobility techniques that we’ve been bringing to the warm-ups. I actually started my quest to better at mobility maybe a year or just under a year ago when I sprained… Read more »
Mobility with Megs is back for those of you with “tight” shoulders, sore shoulders or those of you looking to stay injury free. Step your shoulder game up with: 2 lax balls and 1 kettle bell. Take one ball and… Read more »
Hero WOD: Trevor
300 Pull-Ups 400 Push-UPs 500 Sit-Ups 600 Squats 4 Person Teams. Only 2 people can be working at the same time ***Smaller teams scale down, each person in a team adds 75/100/125/150 to the rep scheme.
Specialist Trevor Anthony Win’E, of Orange County, California, while serving as the Gunner on the lead truck in a convoy in Iraq on 30 April 2004, was injured in an attack by an improvised explosive device (IED). On 1 May 2004, he died from injuries sustained from that attack. He is survived by his parents, Rick and Debi, brother and sister Todd and Tracy and their families, grandparents Donn and Ruth Ann Curran and Gerry Win’E, and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins and his dog Betty.