Strength in Conditioning for Saturday, May 16, 2015
Do not let the simplicity of today’s workout deceive you. Often times it is the most basic movements that pack the most vigorous punch!
The various conditioning portions of our programming today train many fundamental human movement patterns. Squatting, jumping, sprinting, and pushing — each of these movements is engrained into our neurological and muscular system as something we are functionally designed to do.
However, the reason why these natural movements can be so difficult is because our modern day society has deconditioned u and weakened these natural capacities of our bodies.
Not to worry however, because SICFIT Scottsdale is committed to reconditioning ourselves back to our naturally strong and capable bodies through strength in conditioning! With our knowledgeable instruction, your dedication, a some sweat, you can reoptimize your body to not just be functional, but to be fit!
Work through these exercises with a detailed eye on your movement mechanics to get the most out of your conditioning today. Don’t be surprised when this in-depth awareness takes your workout the next level of controlled intensity. Your hard work will be pay off though, so stick with it, breathe, and stay positive through the end!
8 Minute AMRAP
3 Vertical Jumps
3 Air Squats
3 Long Jumps
6,6,6,6…. 9,9,9,9…. Then Back to 3s to Repeat
100 Meter Sprints
20 Second Airdyne Sprint
Jump Rope Until Class Mates Cycle Through Their Turn on Airdyne