How hard should we keep pushing?  If we are under the bar on a squat and we hit that point where we are going VEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRRYYYYYYYY slow.  Should we stop?  If you have a spotter that is there with you, then dont stop until you start to go down.  If you are still moving up then keep pushing! Yesterday i saw so many of you stopping the second it got hard.  The thing is that there will ALWAYS be a little sticking point but if you never push through that, then you will ALWAYS stop there and your progression to bigger PR's will be SO much slower.  The fight when things get tough is what forges us.  This is our "trial by fire".  Dont let these opportunities for growth and improvement escape you just because you are afraid of what might happen.  Im not saying to be reckless.  But if you have a spotter and you are in a safe environment, then keep driving up until you are physically not able to!  Fight for every inch, for every pound!:) FEEL THE PUSH!!!!

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INFERNO Warm-up x 3

Complete the Following:

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Deficit Deadlifts: (12 min limit)

........*at least 3 warm up set

.......5 reps @ 65%1RM

.......3 reps @ 70%1RM

.......3 reps @ 75%1RM

.......1 rep @ 80%1RM

.......1 rep @ 85%1RM

.......1 rep @ a heavy 1RM

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then...

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17 min Clock:

5 min AMRAP:

.......18 reps KB Swing (70/53, wt to get 20 UB)

.......12 reps Burpee Box Jump (24/20, open hips at the top)

3 min REST

4 min AMRAP:

.......15 reps KB Swing

.......9 reps Burpee Box Jump

2 min REST

3 min AMRAP:

.......12 reps KB Swing

.......6 reps Burpee Box Jump

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SLO INFERNO ON RAMP ASSESSMENT:  by appointment

INTRO TO INFERNO - PASO ROBLES: MTW@530pm

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MWOD:  working the low back

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVKS4pgyjwc]