The Daily Experience 5/22/14
Strength & Conditioning Pep TalkFor those who have made their way to the tail end of being novice and are trying to advance into being intermediate, then you must perform in an intense way in the STRONG if you are going to make it. The same should be said to the intermediate who is trying to make their way into being advanced. If you aren't pushing yourself to first learn and perfect the technique then you will stall out and lose your linear progression. Once you do have the technique, then you must push yourself to get strong and not be lacking in intensity. Remember, the stronger athlete, often times, is the better athlete.Also, you can't talk down to yourself when you feel as if you aren't making the fast progress. Strength & conditioning is a sport, and needs to be looked upon in that way. Not all days are going to be good days, which means that we have to be able to deal with the low days without putting our tail between our legs and pouting. Be coachable, and learn how to take criticism without feeling picked on. It is the same in life outside the gym right? Your boss is going to get on your ass sometimes, and your going to have to be able to take it from him without feeling like a failure.The sport of strength & conditioning can keep you clear; it can help you to make it through the nights without running to the escape. If you get into the sport of it, then you will not want to put anything into your body that is going to hinder your progress in the sport. The next day you will be wanting to set new PR's--and to enjoy friendly competition with your training partners; and you will know that none of that will be possible if you choose to escape every night.Choose the sport of strength and conditioning over the escape. Make it Happen.. REMOTE PROGRAMA. EMOM for 15 min:Min 1: Run 100 meters (50 out 50 back)Min 2: 20 Air SquatsMin 3: 15 Hand Release Push-Ups OR 10 HSPUNOTE: Post how this goes.B. Send out a text, telling someone how thankful you are for them. Or call someone that you haven’t spoken to in a while and end the conversation with you telling them thanks for all that they have done for you. STUDENT PROGRAMClearA. 3 min max double unders; rest 1 min; 3 min. max sit-upsB. 4 sets of: 10 Ring Dips + 10 Wall BallsStrongA. Quickly, build to a tough single in the Squat Clean (not 1RM)B. EMOM for 6 minutes perform: 3 Squat Cleans @ 75% + 3 Burpee Bar HopsNOTE: post loads + how you didBalanceComplete 4 rounds for time of:12 Thrusters (95/65)12 Pull-UpsNOTE: Post time completed…Spiritual WorkA. Send out a text, telling someone how thankful you are for them. Or call someone that you haven’t spoken to in a while and end the conversation with you telling them thanks for all that they have done for you. LIFE COACH PROGRAMClear3 sets @ 85%30 Double Unders10 KB snatch (5 each arm)--heavyStrongA. Pause Clean (2 second count above knee)--find 5 RMB. Pendlay Row: 5 reps X 4. (4 heavy heavy sets--make sure you pause at the bottom for 1 sec)Pendlay Row VideoNOTE: Post loads + how it all goesBalanceFor Time Complete:Row 1K30 Box Jumps (24/20)30 Toes2Bar15 Box Jumps (24/20)15 Toes2BarRow 1KNOTE: Post time completed...Spiritual WorkA. Send out a text, telling someone how thankful you are for them. Or call someone that you haven’t spoken to in a while and end the conversation with you telling them thanks for all that they have done for you.