Strength in Conditioning for Friday, April 4, 2014
Sometimes when we wake up in the morning we simply don’t feel like showing up for our lives. We’re tired, burnt out, and all the things that we usually enjoy suddenly seems like annoyances. Sometime when we feel this way, it is our body and mind’s way of telling us that we need to slow down, take a break, and rejuvenate. If this sounds like you, perhaps it is time to take a vacation from your everyday life and reconnect with what is important to you.
Other times when we don’t feel like showing up for our lives it is because we have spent too much time in the passenger seat and need to grab onto the steering wheel to create some momentum. If this sounds like you, make sure you do the things today that your tomorrow self will thank you for. SICFIT Scottsdale is here to support and strengthen you so that when it comes to your life, you can SHOW UP AND DON’T QUIT!
100 Meter row + 20 lunges
*Each round raise the drag from 1-10
Double unders | tuck jumps | single unders | jump rope
300 Meter run + 30 double unders + 30 box ups
600 Meter run + 60 double unders + 20 box ups
900 Meter run + 90 double unders + 10 box ups
Heavy squatters with low-back pain often have a QL strength difference – a 5% difference in fatigue resistance per side in the side plank is correlated with low-back pain. The Single-Leg RDL band variation trains the glutes in 3D (extension/abduction/external-rotation), while the kettlebell carry integrates QL with contralateral glute function. Use this sequence to bulletproof your knees and low-back and watch your lifts skyrocket.