Back to Basics
Starting with the basics for me means going back to a linear progression. Meaning that during each new training session it’s my intention to build off of the last session. To get some more information on linear progressions check out, crossfit football or Mark Rippeteo. Following along and let me know what you think. This type of programming isn’t complicated and is for just about anyone, plus my an some others, is the quickest and most efficient way to build absolute strength..
This was a pretty good day, especially considering the week layoff and shit diet during that week. My right knee has been a little banged up and fatigue as been a real issue for the last few days. The entire session took about 90 minutes with a few breaks to handle Mason. Time between working sets was right around 2-3 minutes. I had the clock running to keep me on track which is always a good idea. You’ll see I threw in some snatch work at the end. Hopefully over the next few weeks you’ll see these numbers shoot up and get an idea of what I’m thinking. You’ll also notice that these numbers aren’t huge. Fact is when you start this type of work its always good to be conservative. The weight will come just be patient. And, truthfully a week or so of light work is much needed. Any questions just ask.
Mobility – 6 minutes of super band arm bars (3 min. each arm), 6 minutes super band spider man stretch (3 min. each leg).
I'm thinking of doing some of the same thing! I need to get stronger. I have many weaknesses to focus on. And besides that, I just wanna have fun! There's plenty of time to be beastly. And hello? Can we say muscle up? Ugh!