Risks are something that are scary.  There is this inherent "but it might not work" that is associated with it.  But there are smart risks and dumb risks.  Whenever there is a question of whether to take the chance or not you need to look at the risk/reward ratio.  In the fire service we would risk a lot IF there was a high reward.  This usually meant putting ourselves in extreme harms way to save someones life.  Of course we would go into this risk with a level of skill and knowledge to mitigate some of the variables that would make things even worse.  In life, and basically ALL decisions, you can use this same idea.  Look at the situation.  What is the risk you are taking.  What are the possible outcomes?  Using your best knowledge what do you think the chances of success are.  If you think there is a decent chance it will work and you are prepared to deal with the chance it might not, then go for it.  But there is one thing you need to be careful of:  paralysis by analysis.  This is when you get stuck in the thought process and then NOTHING happens.  You need to have confident in your thoughts and decisions.  Give the situation your best assessment, make a decision, then GO!  No holds back and no regrets!  Take the RISK!!:) FEEL THE BURN!!!

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INFERNO Warm-up  x 3

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Technique Thursday:

.......15 minutes to work on Rope Climbs (understanding the different foot locks, how to use the legs and not the arms, legless rope climbs and kipping for legless, rope pull ups)

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15 min EMOM:

.......Min 1) 9 reps Deadlift

.......Min 2) 6 Reps Clean and Jerk

.......Min 3) 3 Reps Squat Snatch

  • all weights are the same.  base it off your 75%1RM snatch

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SLO INFERNO ON RAMP CLASS: by appointment

INTRO TO INFERNO - PASO ROBLES: MTW@530pm

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MWOD:  some ways to learn to climb the rope

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKGy8EsN0VI]