Pushes and pulls. You might already know that this is one method we use in creating WODs. Pick a single movement. If that happens to be a "pull"- like a pull up, ring row, sumo deadlift high pull- then we often use a "push" to act as an opposing motion. It provides some balance in body movements that not only makes intuitive programming sense- but strengthens muscle groups that act as antagonists. The deadlift is sort of a pull, but one where the posterior chain, back and legs are acting as the pull. Then an obvious push- with some added power.
|Cole cranks out some KB swings.|
Wednesday's WOD: classes at 7, 9, 10am and again at 5pm. Strength at 6pm. OnRamp at 7pm.
One minute wonder- parallette jump throughs (out and back is ONE)
21-15-9 rep rounds for time of:
Deadlift (at 65%of 1RM)
Power push up to 20/10kg plate
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