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Strength In Conditioning post Super Bowl 50

Good morning SICFIT,

We hope you had an absolutely amazing Super Bowl Sunday! What a great game and finish to an amazing NFL season. At SICFIT Scottsdale we believe in experience and how important it is to building a great body, mind and life. Our coaching staff and members are extremely experienced in not only what movements and exercises to do so that we stay safe and get a great result in return. As the first functional fitness gym in Scottsdale EST 2008 we know how important fundamentals and consistency are, not to mention preparation just as Peyton Manning is known for his lifelong preparation to becoming one of the greatest Quarterbacks of all time.

Check out today’s Workout of the Day at SICFIT Scottsdale and get prepared to kick some @$$ at home, work the gym and in life.

Warm up-
Line drills/track warm up ~10min

Work-
A) Complete at about 70-80% effort

Run 1 mile (foot, ankle, knee, hip injuries row 1600m)

Rest 1 minute after last person finishes and then

Run 1 small lap (foot, ankle, knee, hip injuries row 200m)

10 burpees

20 sit ups

rest 1 minute

x5 (starting again with small lap)

Conditioning

B) 5 minute AMRAP

2-4-6-8-2-4-6-8-2-4, etc…

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crunches (feet up)

sideways leg raises/side

leg levers

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Monday 2/8

 

 

W- Line drills/track warm up ~10min

 

A) Complete at about 70-80% effort

Run 1 mile (foot, ankle, knee, hip injuries row 1600m)

Rest 1 minute after last person finishes and then

Run 1 small lap (foot, ankle, knee, hip injuries row 200m)

10 burpees

20 sit ups

rest 1 minute

x5 (starting again with small lap)

 

B) 5 minute AMRAP

2-4-6-8-2-4-6-8-2-4, etc…

superman

crunches (feet up)

sideways leg raises/side

leg levers

 

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Saturday 2/6

 

 

W- Row 500m + roll out + 5 DL,HPC,FS,Pr,BS,Pr-BN,B-Row

 

A) EMOM x10

Hang power Clean + Hang Squat clean + Front Squat

LIFE-barbell

FITNESS- increase weight every 3 minutes

SPORT- Increase weight every 2 minutes

 

B) Teams of 2-3 complete for time (one partner working, others resting):

Row 1500m

Run 3 big laps

100 air squats

75 sit ups

50 ball slams

25 burpees

then 10 pull ups each

+ partner stretching

 

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Friday 2/5

 

W- coaches choice

 

A) Plank ladder

10 sec on; 10 sec off

20 on; 20 off

….

80 on; 80 off

90 sec

 

B) 4 rounds for times:

10 deadlift

5 burpees over bar

8 front squats

5 burpees over bar

6 thruster

rest 3 minutes

LIFE- barbell only

FITNESS- 95/65

SPORT- 135/95, HSPU instead of thruster

 

C) 3 ab/core exercises:

10 each, 15 each, 20 each, 15 each, 10 each

Thursday 2/4

 

 

W- Run 1 minute, bear complex (barbell), dynamic stretch upper back and shoulders:30, chest stretch :30

X3

 

  1. A) Take 15 min to build to heavy set of 5-rep power clean

Then use 90% and do 3×3

 

  1. B) For Time

25-20-15-10-5

Push up

Crunches (feet up, 90 degree knees and hips)

Dips on box

Oblique twists/side

Wednesday 2/3

 

 

W- Line drills + core stability: dirty dogs, lateral leg raises/circles, hollow hold, superman hold, quadruped crawl, 1 foot balance

 

A1) Deadlift @41X1 tempo (L-x10-12, F-x8-10, S-x5-6)

A2) Crossover step up x12 (L-no weight, F&S- Goblet weighted)

A3) 3 burpees as fast as possible (S- tuck jump each time)

Rest 1-2 minutes

X5

 

B) 6 minute AMRAP

6 burpees

12 kettle bell swings

12 sit ups

6 V-up (L-toe touch)

 

12th Annual Pat’s Run 4/23/16

 

The 12th Annual Pat Tillman Race Day is just around the corner! To honor Tillman, SICFIT Scottsdale will be participating in the 4.2 mile walk/run as Team SICFIT. Held annually in April at ASU’s Sun Devil Stadium, Pat’s Run is the signature fundraising event of the Pat Tillman Foundation. Since 2005, Pat’s Run has grown from a 5,000 person race to over 35,000 participants in honor of Tillman’s service.

Pat’s Run features a 4.2 mile walk/run, a .42 mile Kids Run for children 12 and under, and a Finish Line Expo. The 4.2 mile race course winds through the streets of Tempe and is set up so that all participants end at Sun Devil Stadium, symbolic of the #42 jersey that Pat wore as an ASU Sun Devil. Proceeds from the event directly support Tillman’s Military Scholars program.

Register online as Team SICFIT

Participants will meet at the gym at 5:30am to carpool, or at Corral 8 at 6:30am. The race begins at 7:05am.

 

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