Which is more important, to go heavy with a limited range of motion or go lighter with full range.  The answer is it depends.  For the most part, what we will continue to press upon you is full range of motion being most important.  If you do not have the strength to move through the full range equally then you must lower the weight so that, systematically, you are working through the whole move.  This will help to build flexibility and strength, even though the weight is lighter.  If you do not get the full range then you will never build the strength in those ends of the movement and your flexibility will decrease also.  Now, if you have an injury or a flexibility issue the limits range of movement, then now we will not have you go the full range.  The object here is to go to the full limit of the movement and try to lengthen that movement over time.  We will even stop people from going to far in the range if they are being pulled out of position too far.  If the issue is more flexibility than injury, then we may not decrease the weight as much so that it helps with stretch at the bottom limits of the movement.  For those that are trying to improve on hand stand push-ups, we will want our athletes to go back and forth between scaled movements by weight (doing hspu on the box or with the bands) and by doing s true hand stand and lowering to 2 abmat stacked up.  Using both will help the movements!  Talk to your trainer if you have questions! FEEL THE BURN!!!

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INFERNO Warm-up x 3

Complete the Following:

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5 min AMRAP:

.......5 reps Muscle Ups

.......10 reps Cleans (155/105, wt to 12-15 UB)

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then....

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For Time:

2 Rounds:

.......1000m Row

.......50 reps Thrusters

.......30 reps Chest to Bar Pull Up

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SLO INFERNO ON RAMP ASSESSMENT: by appointment

INTRO TO INFERNO - PASO ROBLES: MTW@530pm

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MWOD:  tend to your sore and tired bits