"Oh man I hurt my (fill in the blank) the other day at the gym.  I need to stop going to the gym so it gets better!"  This is the worst thing you can say to yourself.  Does this mean that you push on even though it hurts?  No.  Does it mean that you keep on going the exact same way and get all crazy heavy?  No.  Does it mean you stop training?  No.  Sure we want you to tend to your injuries and take care of them but you still have a whole body that needs to, and can, still workout.  Let the trainer know exactly what you did to hurt it and then they will help to find an appropriate scale for you.  We will want to see what the injury is, how much mobility you have, and then try to see how close we can get you to the movement that you are supposed to be doing.  Our objective is to keep you moving so that scar tissue doesnt build up and restrict the movement of that muscle or that joint.  Movement is healing.  Keep it light on the injury so that you can repair BUT come in so that you keep the body up to par!  Train Smart but TRAIN!!!

Today we will only have classes at 8am, 915am, 5pm, and 615pm!!!!!!


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"The ol' Five Oh"

INFERNO Warm-up x 3

Complete the following:


For TIme:

     50 reps Burpees

     50 reps Chest to Bar Pull-ups

     50 reps Push Jerks (155#, 105#)




Overhead Squats


          *warm up well then hit your first set heavy!    


MWOD........create some torque overhead by starting in a better position!
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