This month we are going to change it up a bit. I found a great new mobility site, themovementfix.com. Conveniently, they just finished up a 30 day mobility challenge.
I will be posting a mobility challenge video each day this month – I challenge you to get your mobility in every single day. You can download a free guide to the challenge HERE. You can also watch all the videos there, so if you want to look ahead, or change the order, you can.
If you are coming in to the gym on a given day, make your mobility part of your warm up – if you won’t be in the gym, consider it homework. If you don’t have the equipment needed, do your best to substitute and adapt.
The videos posted might not align with the WOD we have for the day – that’s ok, they are still good. If you are worried about it, download the guide, and you can pick which mobility to do on any given day. In this case, keep track of your mobility work in your guide.
Post in the comments of each day’s mobility video when you finish the mobility work for the day. There will be a special treat for everyone who finishes all 30 days! Yes, you can make up a day or two if you miss. Just make sure to go back and post on the video when you get it done.
Here is your day one video:
In 30 seconds, sprint the length of the gym and spend your remaining time doing as many reps as possible of:
wall balls at the front on the odd minutes,
pull-ups at the back on the even minutes.
rest 30 seconds.
Your score is total reps completed.
Here is an article on a family that has almost no trash!
begin with 6 overhead squats @ 55% of your 1 rep max
repeat on every minute
in the time remaining each minute perform as many Russian twists as you can
@ 33% of your 1 rep max barbell snatch
continue until you have done a total of 70 Russian twist on each side
Kinetic Typography is something that I find very interesting. What are your thoughts?
1 rep max
find your 1 rep max weighted pull up
if you have time remaining
also find your 3 minute max distance sled pull @ bodyweight
As promised here is the other side of yesterdays argument. I find myself agreeing and disagreeing with both articles. I think the truth lies somewhere in the middle, as it usually does.