A. 3 Rounds For Time:
10 Toes2Bar + Run 400 Meters
NOTE: Go hard. This should be done at 100% Effort
B. Build to a tough single in the Dead Lift
NOTE: Log what you build to. Push those feet through the floor, then pulling with your hamstrings, as apposed to jerking the weight off of the ground. This is not a 1RM, but close to it.
C. 7 Rounds for time of:
5 L-Arm KB Snatch + 5 R-Arm KB Snatch + 15 Pull Ups
NOTE: KB Load: 70,55,35. Advanced do CTB Pull Ups. Log results.
D. Cool Down / Walk for five minutes while directing your thoughts towards gratitude. Break down the workout.
E. WAR Concept: WAR Gym Experience & Friendship
Something happens when a group of individuals escape into an intense workout together. These WAR workouts are challenging, and it is not rare for the thought to quit to enter into a persons mind; however, when a person doesn’t quit, and they continue on in fighting through the WAR workout, they then feel a sense of accomplishment, and even greatness.
Now when you have a group or a team of individuals doing these types of workouts together day in and day out, there arises a potent bond between these individuals that will be lasting, for that is the power of the WAR Gym Experience. Now when they see each other on the outside of WAR, or even at the store, or wherever, they know for a surety what it is that each of them are capable of, not only in the gym, but in life as well. They know that they can call upon their WAR teammate at any time no matter what the circumstance may be. They know that if they need help physically, then their WAR teammate can offer that help. They know that if they need advice, that they can call upon their WAR teammate for that advice. And lastly, and most importantly, they know that if they need help with their addiction, that their WAR teammate is ready, and even willing to help them, for that is the power of the WAR friendship.
Discuss and write about this concept.